The Historic McElroy-Hoye House held a Children's Pottery Workshop hosted by Bet Thames on Oct. 27.
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East Central Community College invites area residents to get into the Christmas spirit by attending the third annual Warrior Wonderland Friday, Dec. 1, on the campus in Decatur.
The special celebration of Christmas will begin immediately following the Decatur Christmas Parade, about 6:30 p.m., and conclude by 8:30 p.m.
Newton United Methodist Church will be again be hosting its annual Live Drive-Through Nativity on Sunday, Dec. 3.
Volunteers from NUMC and the surrounding community will participate in live depictions of scenes surrounding the birth of Jesus Christ.
The Christmas festivities will kick off on Friday in the county seat as the Greater Decatur Chamber of Commerce and the GFWC-MFWC Decatur Woman’s Progressive Club will host the annual Decatur Christmas Parade at 6 p.m.
A “Decatur Dollars” drawing will be held at 5:30 p.m. ECCC’s Warrior Wonderland will follow the parade.
For the first time, Newton County Christmas music lovers will get to see The Fellowship’s praise band’s annual Christmas concert in a new venue and at a new time.
This year, the praise band will be performing at the Roxy Theater in Newton at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9.
Four Newton County teenagers are being held at the Lauderdale County Jail after being arrested after shooting at a Lauderdale County sheriff’s deputy and leading authorities on a high speed chase on Monday afternoon.
While no one was injured, shots were reportedly fired at a Lauderdale County deputy’s patrol car during the pursuit.
The Town of Hickory has issued a boil-water alert for customers who receive their drinking water from their water supply located in Newton County.
This affects approximately 100 customers on Mount Pleasant Church Road, who are served by the Town of Hickory in Newton County.
The City of Union will no longer have to worry about the ownership of the former Hunter Engineering building after the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors approved the purchase of the facility at their Nov. 20 meeting.
The board voted to purchase the 106,000-square-foot building for $450,000.
Union residents now have one more option for their medicine needs after the grand opening of Quinn's Family Pharmacy last Tuesday.
The City of Newton has started to crack down on property owners who have dilapidated houses, and Newton Alderman Eric McCalphia wants the city to continue trying to clean up the city by turning its attention to broken-down cars in people’s yards.