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Gating ordinance changes overlooks public comment process.

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...

Catholic Charities event planned.

Jacob Bullock gives away birthday to adopt Lemur at Duke University

With Mississippi facing off against the Department of Justice in the longstanding battle over the state’s treatment of mentally ill Mississippians, its defense depends on the office of Attorney...

For Fourth of July this year, patrons of the city of Ridgeland’s annual Balloon Glow can celebrate with a little extra cheer.

Boys basketball

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School members of the 2017-18 varsity boys basketball team are (from left, back) William Harkless, Hughes Boling, James Xu, Garrison Wade, Arness Georgetown, Nathan Barham, Noel Wiggs, Lleyton Carr; (front) Guy Easterling, Aaron Cooper, Rashad Bolden, Fletcher Clark, and Nolan Turner.

Power of faith

During chapel at First Presbyterian Day School, Antonio Wright, CEO and founder of Metro Area Community Empowerment, shared the story of several tragic events in his early life and how his faith helped him overcome these obstacles.  Shown are (from left, back) Preston Marion, Nick Kogon, James Bays, Jake Bailey, Noble Wilkinson, Sean Michael Od

Beta Club awards

Germantown High School Beta Club traveled to Biloxi recently to participate in the Mississippi Senior Beta Convention. The convention gives student the opportunity to strengthen their academic and leadership skills, showcase their talents and artistic abilities and interact with Senior Betas.

Gracie Meck

Gracie Meck, Jackson Academy senior and daughter of Jackie and Dr. Shani Meck, was recognized as a Christian leader of the future by Mississippi Christian Living magazine.


St. Andrew’s Episcopal School middle school students were recently recognized as Builders of Peer Support. Shown are (back) Head of Middle School Tim Alford; (front, from left) Lizzie Cochran, Sameer Tipnis, Finley Bergin, Harrison Bobbitt, Jenina Huang, Ally Hamilton, Elle White, and Jillian Wright.


First Presbyterian Day School kindergartners dressed up as their favorite Superkids character. The Superkids curriculum develops reading skills in concert with other language skills, so children understand the relationship between written and spoken language.  Shown are (from left) Gabe Brown, Maddie Reeves, Remi Cash, and Benny Moss.

Junior favorites

Jackson Academy recently hosted its annual Features Pageant. Voted favorites for the junior class are (from left) Kate McDowell, Eeshaan Bajaj, Leah Richardson, Tanner Robertson, Sara Wilson Fielder, and Noah Berry.


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Gating ordinance changes overlooks public comment process.


Norman Albert Mott, Jr., retired third generation Publisher and Editor of The Yazoo City Herald... READ MORE


The Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce and Keep Ridgeland Beautiful received the 2018 Keep America Beautiful Innovative Partnership Award for Zinnia Fields Forever – a partnership between the Ridgeland