Baseball was the big news in Mississippi sports this past weekend as two top 10 teams in Mississippi State and Ole Miss squared off in Starkville. Baseball was not the only action, however, as football, basketball, softball, soccer and tennis also made the headlines.

Laurel Mayor Johnny Magee signed a proclamation Friday afternoon proclaiming National Crime Victims’ Rights Week in Laurel from April 18 until April 24, coinciding with the movement nationally. Alongside Magee was Deborah Warren, Victim Coordinator, who also spoke of the importance of the pr…

Representative Robin Robinson (District 88), serving in the Mississippi House of Representatives, was the guest speaker at Wednesday's Kiwanis Club of Laurel meeting at the Laurel Country Club.

Following the completion of Joint Preliminary Damage Assessments, the State of Mississippi has requested a Major Disaster Declaration for Public Assistance following the February 11-19, 2021 Winter Storm. During this event, multiple rounds of wintry precipitation impacted that state resultin…

Despite taking a 5-4 lead in the bottom of the fifth inning on a two run home run, Stringer could not maintain the lead as they surrendered 14 walks over the course of the contest, falling to Sebastopol 10-5 in district play Tuesday night.

Mississippi’s top public health official said Tuesday that he’s telling health care providers to refrain from using the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine while federal agencies investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.

Live and virtual performances of Jones College’s theatre production, Godspell should allow more people to enjoy theater, safely. Live performances on the Ellisville campus begin on Friday, April 30. After canceling last year’s production of Mamma Mia! because of Covid-19, this spring, the JC…

A significant severe weather event is expected to unfold across the Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi area from this afternoon throughout tonight.

Jones College’s Concert and Symphonic Bands will be performing live before an audience on Thursday, April 15 at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. This concert is free and open to the public.

"In my 27 years of Law Enforcement, I have never seen the disrespect for a house of worship as I witnessed today," stated Ellisville Police Chief Bruce Russell in a statement regarding three men charged with breaking into a church on 504 North Court Street.

Acts of bravery sometimes happen in the blink of an eye, and for Laurel Fire Department Captain Robby McLaurin, that rang true when he quickly stopped an auto burglary and thwarting any potential danger to Laurel citizens.

Jones County Sheriff's Department Sergeant Adam Cochran has ran 103 miles during the month of March. He was not, in fact, chasing criminals. His goal however was to raise awareness and funds for the "Stop Soldier Suicide" organization - a Veteran founded, Veteran led, and Veteran focused org…

ELLISVILLE – The Jones College Bobcats did something Monday afternoon they were not able to do in 2020 – they held an actual spring football practice.

The City of Laurel, Mississippi will be giving a Civil Service Examination for the position of Entry-Level Firefighter on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at 8:00 a.m., according to Fire Chief Leo Brown.