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Developers get nine more months to decide on center

Developers have roughly three months to decide if it will lease some 130 acres of airport property to build a $165 million mixed-use project in Flowood.

Virgi Lindsay was recently elected Ward Seven councilwoman for the city of Jackson. Before joining the council, Lindsay was a newspaper reporter and longtime executive director of the Greater Belhaven Foundation (GBF).

Although Madison’s budget is not yet finalized, city citizens can expect road projects to make progress, grants that will help augment the city’s community feel and even tag readers throughout the next fiscal year. 

Emily Ragland receives

national recognition

for talents in classroom

Lin focuses on bringing more physical medicine, rehab doctors to state

Special to the Sun

Dr. Vernon Lin is 6 feet 3 inches tall and has a resume 21 pages long.

Symphony at Sunset planned

Hate speech is still speech

In the aftermath of the violence and fatalities that occurred in Charlottesville, Va., a couple of weeks ago, one of the leading criticisms from anti-racist groups was that city officials should never have let the white nationalists rally there in the first place.

Ribbon cutting

Jackson Eye Associates recently celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony in honor of their new Madison office location. Shown are (from left, back) Hugh Warren IV, Shane Humphries, Laura Ayers, Ben Higginbotham; (middle row) Julie Young, Mary Spicer Robinson, Phillip C.

Spirit of enterprise

The Madison County Business League and Foundation Government Affairs Committee recently hosted a breakfast meeting in the law offices of Butler Snow to honor and present the Spirit of Enterprise awards to Sen. Roger Wicker and Rep.

Reunion clubhouse

The $15 million custom designed, 33,000 square foot Reunion Golf & Country Club clubhouse is taking shape. “The new facility will be the perfect complement to the award-winning 18-hole, 7,400-yard course designed by Bob Cupp,” said Reunion Vice President Keith D. Kent.

Reunion clubhouse

The $15 million custom designed, 33,000 square foot Reunion Golf & Country Club clubhouse is taking shape. “The new facility will be the perfect complement to the award-winning 18-hole, 7,400-yard course designed by Bob Cupp,” said Reunion Vice President Keith D. Kent.

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