OXFORD – The Univer-sity of Mississippi's alumni and friends contributed approximately $103 million in private support during FY19, a year that saw the university's endowment grow to $736 million – the largest in the state at a public university.
Marker to be unveiled at Cutrer Mansion Oct. 17.
The 2019 Mississippi Delta Tennessee Williams Festival (MDTWF) will launch next week with the unveiling of a Mississippi Writers Trail Marker for great American playwright, Tennessee Williams.
Clarksdale is known at the home of the Blues, but the community appreciates all types of music.
The Take Five Jazz Club will host the innaugural Yazoo Avenue Jazz Festival from 2 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 at the corner of Yazoo and Second Street in downtown Clarksdale.
Tougaloo College/ Delta HealthPartners Healthy Start Initiative will host Safety Seat Saturday in Clarksdale as part of Child Passenger Safety Week.
Certified child safety technicians will be offering free car seat safety checks and education to parents starting at 10 a.m. on the parking lot of Walmart in Clarksdale.
The boil water notice for Friars Point Water System has been lifted by the Mississippi Department of Health and the system's water is safe to drink.
The Friars Point issued a boil notice on Thursday for residents on the town water system and customers should boil any water for consumption.
If you are caught committing a crime by the Clarkdale Police Department they will arrest you -- even if you claim to be Captain America.
On Tuesday, Sept. 10, around 3:10 am, Clarksdale Police responded to the 1500 block of Lee Drive.
Entergy customers continue to receive threats from scammers and urges customers to recognize and report any deceitful behavior.
One of the most common scams customers see are when a con artist calls and tells a customer their electric bill payment is past due, and that service will be disconnected if payment isn’t made immediately.
A new study released by SmartAsset ranks the top places in Mississippi for small business owners and Coahoma County ranked eighth in the state.
The study weighs three factors: the percentage of people in a county with small business income, the proportion of that income to overall income and taxes paid by small business owners.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol concluded its 2019 Labor Day enforcement period which began Friday, August 30, at 12:01 a.m. and ended Monday, September 2 at midnight.
There were three reported fatalities in the state over the Labor Day weekend with one of those occurring Monday in Quitman County.