After 44 years in public service, U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) has no retirement plans, despite some recent news reports describing the senator as disoriented...
With budget cuts affecting programs at the Meridian Activity Center, City Council Board President George Thomas wants to take a closer look at the numbers.
The Meridian City Council voted Tuesday night to approve the submittal of two grants to help fund two local playground projects.
Meridian attorney and former prosecutor, Charles Wright, Jr., is being appointed to a vacant circuit judge post.
Meridian's mayor is getting ready to say goodbye to a longtime city employee.
While Congress is on break, U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper made a stop in Meridian to meet with constituents.
The retirement of long-time judge Robbie Robinson in December has opened the doors for a new justice court judge in District 2.
City of Meridian Community Development Director Bunky Partridge will retire in December, Mayor Percy Bland said on Wednesday.
Meridian's mayor is exploring an option to try to attract more grant money for the city.
Advocates of same-sex marriage are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a new religious objections law in Mississippi.
Mississippi residents could vote on a state lawmaker's plan that would raise taxes and fees to pay for renovations to roads and bridges.
The son of Republican U.S. Senate nominee Roy Moore has been arrested in Alabama on a third-degree criminal trespass charge.