The Spring 2018 season of Live at Five wrapped with a bang, but that doesn’t mean the music has died. Music fans can look forward to SummerTunes – the same great vibes in the same great location. This music series kicks off on the second Saturday in June in Town Square Park. Mark your calendars for June 9 and 23, July 14 and 28 and Aug.
Ronald Doleac will step down from the bench after seven years as 10th Chancery Court District Place 4 judge after deciding not to seek re-election for another four-year term.
Senior Chancellor Johnny L. Williams has also decided to retire from the 10th Chancery Court District, leaving two vacancies.
As any successful business owner can attest, to build a company to stand the test of time, one must make critical investments in its infrastructure and product to stay competitive. Such investments provide stability and longevity, setting up a business for success.
I had watched with bated breath the weather forecast for this tropical thing we’ve just not experienced, since it was just a tiny wave.
As long as I can remember, my life has been around telephones and The Phone Company has controlled it, in some way.
Maybe not controlled like “In Like Flint,” a movie I saw at the late Paramount Theater in Greenville as part of my 14th birthday party, but still it has had a direct effect on my younger years.
Law enforcement officials are still investigating the death of Thomas Burns, the 54-year-old man who was found dead last week in a freezer at his Lamar County home.
Lamar County Sheriff Danny Rigel said officials from the state crime lab in Jackson completed Burns’ autopsy Tuesday, but the results have not yet been released.