Today's Top Stories

The United States Supreme Court ruled Friday to overturn a conviction against Curtis Flowers, a man accused of killing four people inside of Tardy Funiture Store in 1996.

Friday Happenings

Vacation Bible Schools

Longtime Carroll County Tax Assessor/Collector Wilton A. Neal is seeking re-election in the upcoming election.

Football players from Greenwood High School are on the mend as they recover from injuries sustained in a one-vehicle bus accident Monday afternoon near McCarley Junction in Carroll County.

Cory Clay is somewhat of a Renaissance man on the J.Z. George campus.

It’s hard for Clay not to stand out as he is 6-feet tall and weighs 323 pounds.

MCCARLEY – Monday afternoon, a Greenwood Public School District bus carrying football players and coaches westbound on Highway 82 overturned in McCarley.

Easter giving

Believing that it is more blessed to give than to receive, members of Carroll Academy's National Beta Club and Student Council Association traveled to Batson Children's Hospital in Jackson during Easter week to hold an Easter event for the children hospitalized there.

Political rallies planned


As the primary gets closer, many groups are planning rallies to help voters to hear from the various candidates and make informed decisions in August and again in November.  This year’s election will determine who will be the next sheriff, chancery clerk, circuit clerk, coroner, county prosecutor, supervisors, tax assessor and collector, judges

Huntin’ eggs

Cameron Lucas shows off his basket full of eggs at the annual Moore Memorial United Methodist Church Easter Egg Hunt.  Lucas was one of dozens of children that turned out for breakfast, crafts, a petting zoo, facepainting, a meeting with the Easter Bunny, and the egg hunt.