If you're interested in getting your GED, Meridian Community College is offering free classes to help you prepare.
Updated: 11:28 PM
With the assistance of the community, South Harbor Shelter has raised enough money to remain open through the rest of this year.
Updated: 11:27 PM
The Mississippi Public Service Commission voted unanimously to open an inquiry into the profit margins allowed to Mississippi Power and Entergy.
Updated: 12:22 PM
Meridian's chief of police was sworn in Wednesday morning.
Updated: 11:32 PM
The Mississippi Republican Party has endorsed Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Bill Waller, Justice Mike Randolph, and Josiah Coleman for seats on the state's highest court.
Updated: 11:19 AM
Former newspaper editor Fredie Carmichael plans to run for a seat on the Lauderdale County School Board.
Posted: 10:55 AM
Michael Van Veckhoven is the newest member of the Meridian School Board.
Updated: 10:35 AM
Recent firings at the Newton Fire Department have dropped the number of full-time firefighters on staff. And some people say they are not happy about how those firefighters were fired.
Updated: 10:29 AM
Mississippi's educational system was the topic of discussion Tuesday as state leaders got an overview of how Florida accomplished reform.
Updated: 6:16 PM
The Meridian City Council passed a list of streets to be paved.
Updated: 1:21 AM
The construction of Mississippi Power's lignite coal plant has been good for small businesses in the area.
Updated: 1:23 AM
A new state-of-the-art student center is ready for use at East Mississippi Community College in Scooba.
Updated: 1:17 AM
Meridian police say a local man has been charged with an armed robbery that happened Monday night.
Updated: 3:04 PM
Students in Lauderdale County returned to classes Tuesday.
Updated: 1:19 AM
Members of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes held prayer walks on local campuses Monday.
Posted: 12:20 PM
In recent weeks, Lauderdale County's District Attorney explained the difference between manslaughter and murder charges in Mississippi. This story is re-posted for clarification.
Posted: 11:07 AM
James Reed has been confirmed as police chief by the Meridian City Council.
Updated: 1:24 AM
The DART Team is making progress in controlling crime in certain parts of Meridian.
Updated: 11:44 PM
An official with Southern Company told investors lower interest rates could help avoid higher-than-planned rate increases.
Updated: 6:14 PM
School started back to school Monday in Kemper County.
Updated: 11:57 PM
Efforts are underway to help downtown Meridian become 'Alive After 5!'
Updated: 11:36 PM
The monthly Earth's Bounty Farmer's Market in Meridian is described as a money maker for local growers.
Updated: 11:45 PM
As department heads in Lauderdale County work on next year's budget, Sheriff Billy Sollie says there's one area where a previous cut is paying off in more ways than one.
Updated: 11:38 PM
Lauderdale County's board of supervisors president says he doesn't expect a tax increase to be imposed this year.
Updated: 11:39 PM
A Mississippi dentist who has testified dozens of times about bite marks linking suspects to crime victims now says investigations should rely on DNA instead.
Updated: 12:06 PM
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