Area Breaking News

Cats and Lady Cats have a big week ahead on the diamonds

By RUSSELL TURNER – Herald Editor This is a huge week on the baseball and softball diamonds for Greene County High School as both the Wildcats and the Lady Cats square off against the region’s top teams over the next several days. Bragging rights, as well as playoff implications, are on the line for both teams…

Read More

West seeks Justice Court Judge seat

Special to the Herald Pleasant Hill resident Vince West has announced his candidacy for Justice Court Judge, Post Two. West is a lifelong resident of Greene County and has worked with the county for many years. He has experience with the local government and says he will work hard to serve fair justice and strive…

Read More

William Gammill makes announcement for Dist. 5 Supervisor

Special to the Herald As a qualified Republican candidate, William Gammill of the Leaf community, is seeking the support of the District 5 residents in helping to make Greene County great again. A formal announcement will come at later date.       Paid political announcement by William Gammill – Candidate

Read More

Maxie to make bid for Dist. 3 Supervisor

Special to the Herald Scott Maxie , of Sand Hill, has announced that he is seeking the office of Supervisor – Dist. Three. Scott has qualified and is running on the Republican ticket in the race. He will have a formal announcement to follow at a later date.     Paid political announcement by Scott Maxie…

Read More

Wanted convict nabbed in Greene Co. after chase – wife arrested too

Man wanted by George Co. and MDOC arrested locally after wrecking stolen truck From Staff Reports A Jackson County man wanted by the Mississippi Department of Corrections and officials in George County was captured in Greene County Monday after a day on the run from authorities. Levi Kade Nelson, 31, of Tearose Lane, Moss Point,…

Read More

Man shot multiple times at McLain convenience store in apparent murder/suicide

From Staff Reports The McLain Police Department and the Mississippi Bureau of Investigations are saying a shooting incident that left two dead in McLain last week was an apparent murder-suicide. The incident started at McLain Express convenience store during the mid-morning hours last Thursday. McLain Police Chief Donald Crager said he received a call from 911…

Read More