What goes up must come down.
A tour group with members from across the United States stopped in Greenwood on Tuesday. The stop was part of the “On the Road to Freedom” civil rights tour, which is held by the New York City-based magazine The Nation. While in Greenwood, group members were led by Sylvester Hoover on one of…
The chairman of the Mississippi Blues Commission agrees with the state auditor that it may be time to dissolve the public entity and turn its mission of promoting the state’s blues musical heritage over to a private, nonprofit organization.
Canvas & Clay was held Thursday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ward Stuckey. The event featured six stations of food, each paired with a different wine by a sommelier, and a silent auction featuring art, pottery and other handcrafted items. From left are sommelier Dana Guest, who is…
The Leflore County Board of Supervisors has formally adopted a $27.3 million budget for the year beginning Oct. 1 following a brief public hearing Thursday that drew no public comment.
A mental health official in Greenwood said she’s optimistic following a federal judge’s decision to appoint an expert to oversee changes in Mississippi’s mental health system.
Students of the Greenwood Leflore Consolidated School District will now need either a student ID or an adult supervisor to attend sporting or ceremonial events of the district.
JACKSON — A transformation of pediatric care is under construction, benefiting children in the Leflore County area as well as the rest of the state.
Dr. Mary Brown, dealing with incidents in which one student brought a gun on campus and another to a football stadium, is emphasizing that both cases were dealt with quickly and resulted in no injuries.
A Greenwood Leflore Consolidated School District student was arrested after bringing a firearm to last Friday’s Greenwood High-Cleveland Central football game at Bulldog Stadium.
Franklin Riley sings during “For the Culture,” a black arts festival held Saturday night at Turnrow Books. About 40 people swung by to hear black artists perform music and recite poems.
Earnest Adams has fond memories of spending time at the St. Francis Center on Avenue I as a child, and now he wants to make it a gathering place again as the Greenwood Community Center.
A Greenwood dance team got only 10 miles down the road Friday before its trip to Houston, Texas, was cut short when the small bus in which it was riding caught fire.
The Greenwood Leflore Consolidated School Board is poised to either sell or lease the long-unoccupied former site of a school in Money to a Leflore County business owner.
The Museum of the Mississippi Delta held its sixth annual Arts, Leadership and Philanthropy Gala on Thursday evening at the Episcopal Church of the Nativity. This event is the museum’s main fundraiser of the year. At the gala, the museum also honors people and institutions for their time and…
The Mississippi Department of Education is recommending that the Carroll County School District be put on probation for violating a dozen state regulations, including reporting inaccurate payroll information to the state and board interference in the district’s day-to-day operations.
Greenwood High School football coach Clinton Gatewood will be getting a $4,500 increase in pay under a new coaching supplement scale adopted by the Greenwood Leflore Consolidated School Board.
JACKSON — A federal judge will appoint an expert to oversee changes to Mississippi’s mental health system, saying that attorneys for the federal government have proved the state is doing too little to serve people outside the confinement of mental hospitals.
Officials with the Greenwood Leflore Consolidated School District are being pressured to take action against a resource officer following his altercation with a female student at a high school football game.