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The Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office and the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office warn the business community of deceptive letters requesting a $90.50 fee to order certain business documen
Charleston High School junior Germirrah Cannon is the 2nd Congressional District's first-place winner in the 2020 Mississippi School Boards Association (MSBA) Student Essay/Speaking Contest.
Absentee ballots are now available for the March 3 special election in the city of Charleston.
  The process of closing what Gov. Tate Reeves’ administration called Parchman penitentiary’s “infamous” Unit 29 will be completed in the coming weeks.
Charleston Mayor Sedrick Smith uses an oversized pair of scissors to perform the honors during Friday morning’s ceremonial ribbon-cutting and official grand opening of Square Drugs on North Court