January 23, 2014
His father was born in Marshall County and he has lots of relatives here. He also lived in Holly Springs for 15 of his adult years.
Bill Mobley is retiring at the end of February, concluding 29-plus years in the economic development field.
He and his wife, Diana, live in Oxford where she is employed at Ole Miss.
Zoning says no to more RV spaces
As more people move to Marshall County and invest their hard-earned dollars in land and homes, the liberty of landowners to use their property the way they want to seems to shrink.
Such is the case of Phil Campbell, who asked zoning to approve adding more RV slots to his existing park at 1484 Highway 309 South. The property he wanted to build on happened to be lot #11 of Warsaw Farms Subdivision, zoned residential estates and consisting of 4.3 acres.
‘Run with the
Several hundred people participated in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. birthday breakfast celebration Monday in the family life center at St. Paul MB Church on Highway 309 South.
The theme, “Connecting the History of Two Men and Two Continents,” was presented by guest speaker Dale DeBerry, artist and evangelist in Holly Springs.
Sheriff’s department arrests three on burglary charges
By SUE WATSON
Three suspects have been arrested and charged with multiple burglaries in the Highway 72/Cayce Road area, according to sheriff Kenny Dickerson. Two additional suspects are still at large.
Dickerson said the identification of these suspects could solve as many as 10 burglaries that took place in and around The Grove of Cayce.
City police respond to 91 calls
Officers with the Holly Springs Police Department responded to 91 calls last week, according to chief William Hollowell.
The calls included – disturbances, 6, alarms, 6, larcenies, 1; accidents, 3; domestics, 5; assists to agencies, 3; assaults, 4; burglaries, 2; checks on the homebound, 1; funeral escorts, 3; 911 hang-ups, 3; auto burglary, 2; auto theft, 1; robbery, 1; and 50 miscellaneous calls.
Byhalia police go to 31 calls
The Byhalia Police Department responded to 31 calls during the past week.
Chief Gary Looney released the following report – miscellaneous, 12; escorts, 5; thefts, 1; motor vehicle accidents, 2; assists, 1; fires, 1; medical, 6; and alarm calls, 3.
Byhalia police officers also made five arrests during the past week, according to Chief Looney.
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