A meeting to discuss with the Jackson legislative delegation, Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba, the City Council, and tourism industry stakeholders major concerns with the operation of Visit Jackson, formerly the Jackson Convention and...
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The board of trustees of First Presbyterian Day School recently announced that Brian Smith will assume the position as Head of School following the retirement of Gary Herring. Herring has served in that position since 1987.
Two more housing phases have been approved for Lost Rabbit. Pearl River Valley Water Supply District (PRV) officials recently approved the final plats for phases 2 and 3.
“We approved the preliminary plats on these areas… four or five months ago,” PRV general manager John Sigman said. “This is the approval of the final plats now.”
Madison has hopefully found a way to get back what citizens owe the city. Officials recently signed a resolution to support the local government debt collections act, drafted by the Mississippi Municipal League (MML).
Graveside services for Lawrence Wilburn Long III (Larry), 85, of Indianola were held December 16 at Cedarlawn Cemetery in Jackson. He died Wednesday, December 13 in Indianola.
My Sunday school class has been studying Ecclesiastes, an Old Testament book supposedly written by King Soloman 2,500 years ago.
“Meaningless, meaningless. Utterly meaningless. Everything is meaningless,” mourns the king.
Integrating into the Jackson community has never been challenging. Yet awareness of people and places is essential to becoming a Jacksonian. One should understand our local color if aspiring to live in something other than a Los Angeles suburb lacking context and texture.
On Saturday, December 9, I was lucky enough to attend the historic opening of the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. These museums offer an honest, courageous look back at our state’s storied and sometimes troubled history. As Sen.