When a developer puts in too small a drain pipe in subdivision driveways, often the board of supervisors gets blamed for the flooding that results.
The new camera system and vacuum truck purchased for the City of Holly Springs Utility Department was back in use last week flushing out a half century of buildup of silt and trash.
The Holly Springs Main Street Chamber, in partnership with the Mississippi State Extension Service, is bringing back the Farmers Market downtown.
A legislative update by members of the local delegation to Jackson drew fire from the Marshall County Board of Supervisors.
Photo by Sue Watson