Yazoo City has been awarded a $300,000 grant by the Environmental Protection Agency for brownfield site revitalization to redevelop vacant and unused properties, transforming communities and improve the local economy.
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Sedric Hudson, director of the parks and recreation, resigned from his post this week after leading the department for close to two years.
Hudson submitted a letter of resignation effective June 7 to the Parks and Recreation Commission earlier this week.
The suspect behind firing shots at a local park during recent Little League games continues to allude officers.
Myquon N. Carter is wanted on charges of drive-by shooting, stalking, domestic violence and discharging a weapon within city limits.
John Bishop Copeland Jr., 93, of Yazoo City died at The Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, Wednesday June 5, 2019. An Agent with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company he was a member of First United Methodist Church.
Two Dollar General employees were held at gunpoint and robbed of over $2,000 last week in Bentonia.
Investigators believe the suspects are connected to a rash of robberies and burglaries that have occurred throughout Yazoo County over the last few months.
A tropical storm moving along Mexico’s eastern coast could end up worsening flooding in affected areas of Yazoo County or at least prolonging the misery.
Lois W. Pierce, 86, of Benton, died Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at Hospice Ministries in Ridgeland.
She was a retired Supervisor at Henson-Kippernick in Lexington and a member of Crossroads Primitive Baptist Church.