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Joseph Presley serves as vice president of Southern Outdoors Unlimited. The nonprofit serves as a way to get children with disabilities to experience the outdoors through hunting and fishing excursions across the state.
With warmer weather on its way, Northsiders are gearing up for all the summer activities that are available in the area, from biking to boating.
Officers with Ridgeland Police Department will be working to ensure the safety of those partaking in all the summer fun.
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.
Madison County residents will no longer present their vehicle damage claims to the board of supervisors.
The board voted last week to abolish its current vehicle damage claims policy and will refer all claims for an insurance company to decide how to move forward.
The new policy will take effect mid-June.
After a 32 year association with St. Dominic, Claude W. Harbarger is retiring as president of St. Dominic Health Services, Inc. June 30.
Harbarger’s decision corresponds with St. Dominic’s transition of sponsorship to the Franciscan Calais Ministries and the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (FMOLHS) on July 1.
He is allergic to sunlight. He is a huge Jerry Seinfeld fan. His wife took him to a show in NYC. He played soccer at Mississippi State University for four years. He, his wife and children all have the same taste in music. They went as a family to see U2. He volunteers with Friends of Children’s Hospital and serves on the board.
The Madison County Planning Commission voted May 16 to approve a request from Madison business owner Ron Hutchinson for access onto Church Road.
Hutchinson was seeking the removal of two conditions from the property’s zoning. The property, located south of Church Road and west of Calhoun Station Parkway, is zoned C-2.
From West Nile to Zika Virus, a new bug-transmitted illness seems to make its way to Mississippi every few years.
Instead of worrying about what could be, though, at least one insect expert says Northsiders have enough home-grown infectious diseases to worry about.