Jackson city councilman Chokwe Lumumba along with family and supporters celebrates his victory over Jonathan Lee in the Jackson Mayoral Democratic Runoff on Tuesday, May 21 2013. (watch video below)
A celebration with a mission By Gail M. Brown Editor Following what has been described as an “elegant” reception, Satuday night, June, 23, the 2nd edition of “Who’s Who In Black Mississippi” was unveiled at […]
By Tim Ward
On a rainy, soggy day that forced the Sonic Boom to perform halftime in the stands, Jackson State snapped out of a first half trance to blowout Prairie View 34 to 13. That’s the ending. The beginning, was more like the previous week, two quarters with no points.
A little over 6500 people braved the elements to watch JSU look lethargic and uninspired to begin the game.
Dedric McDonald started the game but wasn’t the same quarterback who led three fourth quarter touchdowns just seven days ago. He seemed to be pressing…. […]
Officials in Greene County have found the bodies of 6-year-old twin boys who fell into the Chickasawhay River last Saturday.
Greene County Emergency Manager Trent Robertson told WLOX-TV in Biloxi that one of the boys was found late Sunday night and the other around 5:30 a.m. Monday.
James Scott and Isaac William McGowan, who lived in the St. Ellen community in Leakesville, disappeared Saturday in the Chickasawhay River, on the southern part of Greene County. Robertson said a friend of the family saw the two boys stepping into a deep part of the river and being swept away by the current. […]