Today's Top Stories

Although it might not be as festive as the idyllic White Christmas that Bing Crosby sings about, some residents on the Northside might actually benefit from a dry, warm holiday season.
A new service with the Jackson-Hinds Library System has made hundreds of thousands of books available in electronic form. Is digital the wave of the future for public libraries?
Morris chronicles association with Doo Wop artists and his journey of faith in new book. Bill Morris reflected as he rode back to hisWash-ington D.C. hotel.
First Presbyterian Day School presents annual tradition.
Parents, young people learning to navigate digital platforms. Like mANY parents, Katie Chustz is concerned about how social media affects her sons.

Eye care

Dr. Michael Phillips spoke recently to the Metro Jackson Lions Club. Phillips, a member of the club and an opthamologist in Ridgeland, provides glasses and eye exams at cost to individuals referred to him by the club. Shown are (from left) Lions Harold Mayer and Phillips. 


Mississippi wildlife

Lindsey Lemmons, executive director of the Mississippi Wildlife Federation, spoke recently to the Metro Jackson Lions Club. Lemmons discussed the environmental impact of the One Lake project, as well as other projects planned across the state.


new members

Jackson Academy sophomores (from left, back) Carter Elliott, Miles Johnson, Nelson Thomas, Steven Chustz, Harris McLemore, Kelsey Burke; (second row) Caroline Hill, 
Virginia Parry, Anna Roberson, Nora Pickering, Logan Hatten; (front) Reese Anderson, Simeon Gates, Kennedy Nations, Azaria McDowell, Lily Grace Thigpen and 


Pray for the country

At the Jackson Academy Lower School Patriotic Day program students (from left) Audrey Chapman, Sam Seward, Coleman Edmonson, Rett Robinson, Leighton Sijansky, Jayne Riley Edwards, Caden Clay, Phillip Browning Jr. and Avery Buchanan took the stage to share a big prayer for our nation. 


Charmers

Jackson Prep recently held its 2017 Précis Pageant. Voted Most Charming are (from left) Thomas McBride and Isabelle McLeod.


Most valuable

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s varsity boys basketball team recently held their end-of-season banquet, celebrating their championship season and awarding team members.


Study letters

Kindergartners at First Presbyterian Day School dressed in yellow as they studied the letter Y. Shown are (from left) Kate Bryant, Alexander Andrei, Cade Weaver, and Madelyn Morgan. 



Voted beauty

Jackson Prep recently held its 2017 Précis Pageant. Voted among the beauties and beaus are (from left, back) Katie Walker and Russell Roberts.

Team visit

St. Andrew’s St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s 3A MHSAA State Champion varsity boys basketball team greeted lower school students at carpool, visiting classrooms and signing team posters.


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The Mississippi Museum of Art has been awarded a total of $1 million in grants by two of the... READ MORE

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Mrs. Mary Margaret Bond Perry, 87 of Farmerville, LA, passed away on October 10, 2019.  She was... READ MORE

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The Millsaps College football team opened up the 2019 season with the Riverside Rumble against cross-town rival Belhaven University.