The teenage girl who was allegedly shot while trying to rob a popcorn store will be charged as an adult, officials said. The incident occurred
Entergy Mississippi has announced a $3.2-million pledge, funded by its shareholders, to help customers with high bills brought on primarily by high natural gas prices.
The U.S. Small Business Administration approved Governor Tate Reeves’ request for assistance for businesses affected by the Jackson Water Crisis. Many businesses within Hinds County,
“We have absolutely nowhere to put the dogs we have. I’m at a total loss.” The facebook post from Cheshire Abbey, an animal rescue in
A medical cannabis company and a patients’ alliance coalition have teamed up to promote patient education and research. On Tuesday, the Mississippi Cannabis Patients Alliance
Family physician D. Melessa (Lessa) Phillips, MD, MPH, of Jackson, was honored as the recipient of the Mississippi Academy of Family Physicians Humanitarian Award at
After a two-year break due to Covid-19, the state’s best “Literary Lawn Party” is back this weekend! The festival last gathered in Jackson in 2019.
A family physician, Paul M. Pavlov, MD of Ocean Springs was elected president of the Mississippi Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Pavlov was elected president
Over 46 restaurant owners, operators and chefs have signed a letter sent to Jackson city, Hinds county and Mississippi state elected officials detailing the rigorous