6 hrs ago
Ceremony to Honor Shane Pugh Family
Camp Shelby's annual Laying of the Wreaths Ceremony scheduled Thursday will include a special ceremony for the family of Sgt.
10 hrs ago
Arrest Made in Cefco Robbery
Meridian police arrested Laderrick Rencher, 37, for a holdup earlier this week at Cefco on Highway 39.
14 hrs ago
Ribbon Cut on New Police Station
The ribbon has been cut, and Meridian's new Police Station is officially commissioned.
14 hrs ago
Female Gang Fight Concerns
There's a call for action to end the growing number of fights that are taking place near some Meridian housing areas.
Wed May 22, 2013
The State Of Equality And Justice In America: The Presumption Of Guilt
After serving 42 years in an Arizona prison for a crime he didn't commit, a 58-year-old man was finally released this April.
MPD Releases Surveillance Images of Robbery Suspect
An early morning armed robbery has left a Meridian store owner injured. It happened about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday at Chimney's Tobacco Store at 5300 5th Street.
Fri May 17, 2013
Rain Can't Stop Jimmie Rodgers Festival
However, not even the pouring rain could stop Britt Gulley from entertaining the crowd at Dumont Plaza.
ONU National Tour Choir Performs in Meridian
St. Paul's Episcopal Church presented a concert featuring the Ohio Northern University National Tour Choir.. The choir is on a 38-day concert tour to 26 states, and stopped in Meridian to present the free concert.
MHS Students Explore Career Options
Twenty male freshman from Meridian High School attended Project O.N.E. hosted by Meridian Community College and Rush Hospital.
Wed May 15, 2013
Antique Alley And Yard Sale Set For Thursday-Sunday
THe US 11 Antique Alley and Yard Sale, on the backroads of Appalachia for 502 miles, is always the weekend after Mother's Day and will be held Thursday-Sunday. The festive roadside sale will be held on U.S. Highway 11 from Meridian, Miss.
Tue May 14, 2013
Meridian Audit Results
The city of Meridian has received its report card, and it's good. Results of the city's audit were revealed today.
Mon May 13, 2013
New Jimmie Rodgers CD Released
The CD, recorded inside the museum on Jimmie's own furniture allows lovers of his music to hear a recreated version of his music that still sounds authentic.
Head of the Class Awards at Ross Collins
The East Mississippi Business Development Corporation presented its annual Head of the Class awards to students at Ross Collins Career and Technical Center Monday.
Sat May 11, 2013
Bowling alley planned for Columbus
A former Sack and Save store in Columbus will be converted into a bowling alley.
Fri May 10, 2013
Northeast Water Concerns Latest
There are more concerns about the quality of water provided by the Northeast Lauderdale Water Association.
Kidnapping Reported to MPD
Meridian police say they're investigating a report from a Wayne County, Miss., woman that she was kidnapped there Friday morning and brought to Meridian.
MSU Meridian Graduation
Student Services Manager Marilyn James says that most of their students balance a lot while attending class.
Thu May 09, 2013
Youth Summit in Meridian
Area youth took the opportunity to speak out on the issues surrounding them. A Youth Summit at Meridian Community College's Multi-Purpose building was a collaboration between NFusion-X, Meridian Community College and Weems Mental Health Center.. The guest speaker was Marc Fomby, who focused on the lyrics used in todays songs and the effect it has ... (more)
Sucarnochee Revue to Begin 10th Season
The Sucarnochee Revue is returning to the Temple Theatre as it embarks on its 10th season.
Wed May 08, 2013
Armed Robbery Victim Talks About the Ordeal
A Leake County woman says she was terrified as the victim of an armed robbery at an Edinburgh store yesterday.