Southaven will have a new group in charge of running its recreational volleyball program at the Southaven Arena.
Southaven is exploring options to help a business owner on Main Street add rear parking spaces that will be lost when the state begins building sidewalks along the roadway.
With the retirement of Chris Wilson as chief administrative officer of Southaven, city officials have opted to not fill the position in the near future.
Southaven Mayor Darren Musselwhite has hired a lot of employees in his eight years as mayor. But the easiest hire ever by far was when he picked Levi Nunnally to be the city’s first ever soccer director.
Southaven has hired contractors to do a full depth road reclamation project on portions of Rasco and College Road that are crumbling under the weight of heavy traffic.
Southaven Board of Alderman approved a request to amend a Planned Unit Development (PUD) at the Sports Center to allow for the development of a possible future hotel.
The Bible verse 2 Timothy 4:7 had a new meaning last week for student athletes and generations of future athletes at Northpoint Christian School.
The first ball tournaments of the season at Snowden Grove Park and Greenbrook Softball Complex brought over 140 teams to Southaven, and city officials say the city will host a record number of teams this weekend.
Southaven is working to fill potholes as quickly as they can, but officials are asking for residents to be patient as the city ramps up to begin its annual street overlays.
Not very often do we see someone making a big impact in our community, Les Hooper is one of those people. Les is the owner of two businesses in the area, H&H Services Group and 10th Inning Grill, both located in Southaven.