JACKSON (AP) — With a stroke of the governor's pen, Mississippi retired the last state flag in the U.S. with the Confederate battle emblem — a symbol that's widely condemned as racist.
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JACKSON — Limited office visits will begin in July for individuals on probation, parole, house arrest, or other forms of community supervision.
JACKSON – The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) will hold three Virtual Alternate Route Fairs in July to help aspiring teachers identify the alternate route teacher preparation program that is right for them.
Alvin Johnson, president of the National Charleston Day Organization, released a statement Thursday saying that the 2020 annual Charleston Day Reunion is being canceled due to COVID-19.
SUMNER — Greenwood Leflore Hospital announced Friday (June 19) that the Sumner Clinic here is one of three GLH satellite health care facilities that, effective June 19, have permanently closed.
Despite the fallout from COVID-19, Tallahatchie County’s unemployment rate dropped from 9.7% in April to 7.0% in May, according to a Mississippi Department of Employment Security report released Tuesday.
Those were some of the recurring themes during Friday evening’s Black Lives Matter rally and equality march in Charleston.