Over a month ago, Webster Animal Shelter received a call about a small dog and a litter of seven puppies that needed homes.
“We really didn’t have room,” director Vicki Currie said. “We had dogs in every room.”
He was a member of the Jackson Academy chess club during his high school years. He doesn’t consider himself much of a comic book fan, except for the X-Men. He likes to spend his Sunday mornings out by the lake bird watching. He is an avid tennis player. He has worked at Great Scott in every capacity, from bookkeeping to cleaning.
Residents of Madison County could see a change in their school board election districts following the 2020 United States census.
The Madison County board of supervisors has delayed their decision on whether or not to allow another access point onto Church Road from property located south of Church Road and west of Calhoun Station Parkway.
For Fourth of July this year, patrons of the city of Ridgeland’s annual Balloon Glow can celebrate with a little extra cheer.
Her guilty pleasure is reality TV shows like the Bachelor or Real Housewives. Her son competed on the Voice. Love of music runs in the family. She is a huge fan of Game of Thrones. She is a jazz singer, but she formerly sang with rock-and-roll bands.
Grandfather and grandson become traveling partners enjoying tennis tournaments
With an ice chest full of sports drinks and water and all the necessary equipment loaded into their car, a grandfather and grandson set out most weekends.
Their destination? A tennis tournament.
At night, she switches her candy-making apron for her artist apron to relax. She has two sons: Parker, 12, and Charlie, 9. She is dyslexic. She thinks of it as her super power. She loves to travel with her family, especially to North Carolina. She and her son created the Olaf snoball flavor, which is marshmallow and blue cotton candy.
Inspired by farmers and their stories, local chef Hunter Evans creates food that combines Southern tradition with a modern approach.
Evans was born and raised in Jackson. After graduating from Jackson Academy, he attended the University of Mississippi, where he pursued a degree in hospitality management.