For the second year, Mississippi State’s Department of Communication will host the New Narratives Festival and Conference to focus on the changing landscape of communication.
Six years ago, Jill Savely didn’t know what an early college high school was.
T.Mac Howard is not your typical civic club speaker, which probably accounts for his popularity.
In hopes privately developed real estate will grow the city’s property tax revenue, the Columbus Redevelopment Authority plans to extend its contract with the Columbus Municipal School District to market and sell the former Lee Middle School’s almost 15-acre property, according to CRA president John Acker.
For too long, Meridian has been a drive-through city for many along Interstate 20.
Organizers hope a new museum featuring the state’s rich arts/entertainment history will change all that.
It used to be that bed keys were some of the most important tools firefighters carried.
The Columbus Arts Council has committed to engaging 200 or more artists in 2017 in honor of the Mississippi Bicentennial year.
Plans for internet service expansion, low-cost wind power and industrial park development are each progressing and may soon contribute to economic development in Oktibbeha County.
One of former undercover cop Charlie Spillers’ most memorable arrests came when officers dragged a suspect out of an occupied vehicle and violently threw him against the car.
As chairman of the Senate Education Committee, Mississippi Sen. Gray Tollison suggests student achievement in the state is on the rise, but the academic advancement will “not happen overnight.”