Brooke Smith cried as she watched her home burn Monday morning.
Just a few months after signing a two-year contract to remain as the Union County School District Superintendent through 2021, Ken Basil announced to the Board of Trustees Monday evening that he will step down next year.
A New Albany man has been charged with three counts of felony child endangerment after three children tested positive for marijuana, according to Union County Sheriff Jimmy Edwards.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 22-year-old woman this week on a charge of felony child abuse-serious bodily harm, said Sheriff Jimmy Edwards.
A 24-year-old Myrtle man has been arrested and charged with touching a child for lustful purposes, according to Union County Sheriff Jimmy Edwards.
Around 95 percent of New Albany third-grade students passed last year’s state reading assessment, according to results released last week.
A former New Albany Municipal Court clerk will serve three years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections for embezzlement, court records show.
The Union County and New Albany school districts did better than the state average in terms of the percentage of students who were chronically absent from school last year, a new report shows.
Three people were arrested this month and charged with child endangerment after three children tested positive for methamphetamine, according to Union County Sheriff Jimmy Edwards.
A Potts Camp woman was arrested Tuesday in connection with a burglary that occurred at the Jackson Furniture factory in Myrtle, according to Union County Sheriff Jimmy Edwards.
The Mississippi State Department of Health is partnering with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other states to alert the public about severe lung disease associated with the use of e-cigarette products.
After recent shootings at Walmart stores, including one that occurred in Mississippi, Walmart will stop selling handgun ammunition and make other changes related to firearms.
A Myrtle couple was arrested by the Union County Sheriff's Office on Sunday after a 9-year-old child tested positive for methamphetamine, according to Sheriff Jimmy Edwards.