A Northside school is investing some $750,000 in projects this summer, but children and teachers likely won’t notice all of the improvements until after the first heavy storm of the school year.
The former chief executive officer (CEO) of the Jackson Municipal Airport (JMAA) will testify in the Jackson airport takeover case.
Carl Newman, who resigned as CEO on March 26, has been issued a subpoena to testify in the case challenging the state’s attempted takeover of the Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers Airport.
The city of Jackson has filed a lawsuit against Siemens.
Today, the city filed suit in Hinds County Circuit Court against Siemens and the subcontractors who worked with the firm as part of a $91 million overhaul of the city’s water system.
Two developers are hoping second time’s the charm when it comes to developing the vacant property next to the Jackson Convention Complex.
Jackson city officials are hoping to develop the roughly 7.75-acre site across from the convention center, in part, to drive economic growth downtown.
Shane and Stacy Huff will likely never be empty-nesters. It’s a fact the two have had to come to terms with since adopting three special-needs children. Since 2013, the Huffs have opened their home and their hearts to three girls, two from China and one from Philadelphia.
Jackson city officials say they should have all the easements needed for the Belhaven Improvement Project in the next 60 days, and after that, work can be bid out for construction.
The project will help prevent flooding in the Belhaven neighborhood south of Riverside Drive, which was flooded again following heavy storms on May 9.