- Editorial: Adding lights to high-crime areas makes sense
Mississippi teachers deserve better pay
The last time Mississippi teachers were given an across-the-board pay raise was in 2007. That's too long.
Profile 2014 is all about you
The Meridian Star is gearing up for our Profile 2014 sections that will publish Feb. 28 and March 7 and we need your help.
OUR OPINION: Meridian needs public transportation
Earlier this month, Meridian Mayor Percy Bland and officials with the Mississippi Department of Transportation conducted public forums to discuss the possibility of reinstating some form of public transportation within the city.
- New downtown projects beneficial to city and county
We wish you a day of thanks
It was 392 years ago, in 1621, when Plymouth colonists shared a feast with the Wampanoag Indians in what is believed to be one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations.
- Don't put responsible dog owners on a short leash
Citizens have a right to speak at, but not disrupt, city council meetings
We were glad to see the Meridian City Council earlier this week voted to reinstate citizens' comments.
Meridian High a pleasant surprise
We have run our share of local stories in The Meridian Star pages of youth violence, teenagers involved in area crimes and allegations of school to prison pipelines.
Our View: September 29, 2013
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