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North Lake will likely be the first neighborhood approved for a public access gate under the city of Jackson’s new gating ordinance.
The North Lake Homeowners Association is planning to install a gate on Kristen Drive.
The chances that North State Street will be taken over by the state are slim to none, according to Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall.
“We’re not taking over city streets. We’ll do anything we can to help, but we will not take it over,” he said.
Growing Up Knowing is a relatively new organization, founded in 2011, that has been reaching out to young students and their parents to spread correct information and communication skills about sexual health and responsibility. Executive Director Dana Larkin began working with the organization in 2014.
Construction has begun on Lake Harbour Drive in Ridgeland.
Some Northsiders experienced delayed traffic on the morning of Tuesday, March 6, because of a closed lane during peak morning traffic hours.
A $750,000 gift to the Wilson Research Foundation at Methodist Rehabilitation Center (MRC) will launch new robotics research and education initiatives at the hospital.
Two months after the Las Vegas massacre and a month before the Florida school shootings, Northside Rep. Kathy Sykes introduced a bill to ban the use of bump stocks in Mississippi.
The measure, HB 1404, died in the House Judiciary Committee on January 30.
Signs touting the progress of one-percent projects are not being paid for with one-percent dollars, according to Jackson city officials.
Recently, small white signs have been put up that read “Your 1% at work: Thank you for your continued support.”