Earthworks Microphones Capture Singing Christmas Tree Performances
Franklin Denham, Minister of Music at Highland Baptist Church in Meridian, Mississippi, has been conducting Singing Christmas Tree performances since 1985.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Telephone Pioneers Continue Tradition
It's that time of year again. If you are looking for a Christmas gift, the Telephone Pioneers have something cooked up to meet your need.
Man Charged with Manslaughter after Accidental Shooting
Meridian police were quick to respond to the scene of a shooting Friday. Now 22-year-old Johnny Townsend is charged with manslaughter after accidentally taking a 17-year-old boy's life.
Library Dedicated at MSU Meridian
The Phil Hardin Foundation Library was dedicated Tuesday at Mississippi State Meridian Campus.
Noise Ordinance Amendment
People will now have to pay more for noise violations in Meridian. Members of the Meridian City Council unanimously approved a measure that increases fines for this type violation at their meeting Tuesday morning.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Mississippi safety prospect C.J. Hampton will get a visit from LSU on Monday
Meridian, Mississippi, prospect and Ole Miss commitment C.J. Hampton has been a hot target for LSU over recent months.
Challenging Times following Airline Transition
Silver Airways began flying in and out of Meridian about 14 months ago. Airport Authority President Tom Williams says flights these days are averaging about 11 people.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Local Law Enforcement Officers Honored
Community Outreach Church in Meridian hosted a ceremony on Sunday afternoon. Pastor Samuel Merriweather says it was a chance to recognize the best police officer and best sheriff's deputy of the year, as well as the best fireman of the year.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Besh Autographs Cookbook
Besh has six restaurants in New Orleans. Dozens gathered to have their books signed and to have their pictures taken.
Local Customers Benefit from Small Business Saturday
Plenty of shoppers were out and about taking advantage of Small Business Saturday here in Meridian.
IBTS is Proud to Announce Selection by Standard Enterprises Inc.
IBTS to provide Green Certification Verification Services in rehabilitation efforts of the St. Francis Apartment complex located in Meridian, Mississippi.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Woman Recounts Black Friday Fight at Walmart
Black Friday shopping has become synonymous with chaos. Scenes like this one are seen in cities around the world, but even Meridian is no exception.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Cutting Down on Holiday Crime
With so many people out heading out for shopping, safety becomes a concern, shoppers can quickly turn into victims of robberies.
Lake Morgan envisioned as heart of youth facility
Dan Fritts hopes it rains a great deal this winter. The reason for this is simple.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Thanksgiving Travelers Experience Delays
The busiest travel day of the year was a day of standing around and waiting on the plane to get there.
Eight Plead Not Guilty to Running Illegal Gambling Operations
Eight people indicted for allegedly running illegal gambling operations in Meridian pleaded not guilty during an arraignment in federal court in Jackson.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Local Living Legends
At ages 74 and 82 respectfully, Ken Rainey and Tony Sansone are living legends of sorts in Meridian.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
WTOK Food Drive Donations to be Distributed by MCCSA
Over the weekend, hundreds of people wanting to help showed up to Cashsaver and Vowell's Market to donate bags, upon bags of non-perishable food as part of WTOK's food drive, and Monday morning, all of that food was delivered to the Multi-County Community Service Agency.
City Goverment's Grade After 100 Days
Both the mayor and the council have given themselves a grade of 'A-' for the first 100 days in office.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
MPD Increasing Patrols for Holiday Shopping Season
Mayor Percy Bland tells Newscenter 11 he has ordered police chief James Lee to have all hands on deck for the next few weeks.