Woodland Hills Baptist Church will mark its final service Sunday, May 5, as the remaining members prepare to say goodbye to a church that has a storied history on the Northside.
The congregation, currently led by the Rev. Ty Pigott, is handing over the property to Fondren Church, which has been meeting in the building since 2013.
Jackson could be gearing up to take legal action against Siemens, a firm it brought on years ago to completely overhaul its water and sewer system.
Critics blame secretary of state for failure of land bank bill.
Another effort to clean up neighborhoods in Jackson is being stymied by a state leader.
However, this time the lieutenant governor isn’t being blamed, but rather a man who wants to be the next lieutenant governor.
It all started with John Morgan Hughes’ back door getting kicked in.
Less than two years after Hughes’ home was broken into in the middle of the night, the Northsider has led efforts to form a new homeowners association for the LOHO area.
Lawmakers hoping to block the city of Jackson’s efforts to determine motives behind the state’s takeover of the Jackson Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport will soon have their day in court.
Oral arguments are slated for June 10, in the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in downtown Jackson.
A third lane is coming to Woodrow Wilson Avenue, meaning smoother commutes and less congestion is on the way for motorists.
The city of Jackson recently discussed plans for the street at the one-percent oversight meeting.
City talks achievements, challenges with water billing system
Nearly 92 percent of Jackson’s 52,000 customers are now receiving regular water bills, a sign the city has made significant progress in addressing problems in its water billing department.
As the city of Jackson ramps up its water collections efforts, turn offs for delinquent customers will be inevitable.
That being said, residents who have had their water cut off for nonpayment shouldn’t reach for their water meter keys to turn the water back on. The keys no longer work.