Tyeshia Grant and Jaden Carpenter are members of the J.Z. George High School’s Ladies of Excellence. The group was started in 2016 by Principal Coretta Green. Green also started a male group called Men of Excellence. With the two groups, Green holds the youths accountable for how they carry themselves and how they handle adversity.
A Montgomery County child mauled by a pack of dogs March 15 - 12-year-old Aden Green - is on the road to recovery, according to Sheriff Bubba Nix.
Nix said the update he received Wednesday morning included news that Green was breathing on his own and had asked for a Coca-Cola, which was met with joy by his family.
Carroll County Board of Supervisors have begun the process of taking the Internet tax money allotted by the Mississippi Legislature and completing three road projects in Beats 5, 1 and 3 while a bridge on County Road 22 will be temporarily closed for repairs.
When children are in the third, fourth and fifth grades, they’re really starting to figure out what they want to do in life. At Marshall Elementary, an ambitious group of third through fifth graders are getting a first-hand glimpse into their possible future careers.
Bernard Jenkins is his first full term as an alderman for Ward 2 in Kilmichael.
Jenkins works for the Montgomery County Unit System and is a referee for the Mississippi High School Athletic Association. He said he wanted to get involved because he wanted to learn about his community and how he could help.
A Montgomery County child is in critical condition at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson after he was attacked by six dogs while riding his bike Friday afternoon on Sawyer Road.
The Carroll County School Board has decided to move forward with a superintendent search, and they have chosen to use the Mississippi School Board Association as the agency that will help guide the board with their decision.