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A report detailing the One Lake Project is now available for view online.

Less than two months into the project, Siemens has corrected some 5,400 water bills and $547,000 in back usage fees, according to Public Works Director Bob Miller.

Former Precinct Four Cmdr. James McGowan is retiring after 27 years with the Jackson Police Department.

Federal funding delays road projects, increases costs

Last February, the city of Jackson received $1.4 million to repave a little more than a mile of East Northside Drive.

The legal battle in the Ridgeland Costco case continues.

And again, the amendments to the city of Ridgeland’s zoning ordinance are being questioned.

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Missions

Guy McClain spoke about his recent mission trip during First Presbyterian Day School’s chapel service. Shown are (from left) Parker Page, Meredith McClain, McClain, Katherine Speed, Rhett Griffith, and Jacob Marble.


Mr. and Miss St. A

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently named Mr. and Miss St. Andrew’s for 2018. This year’s Mr. St. Andrew’s is (from left) Christian Wade, son of Vangela and Thandi Wade of Madison.  Miss St. Andrew’s is Parker Grogan, daughter of Kim and Rodney Grogan.




Pageant beauty

Jackson Prep recently held its 2017-2018 Précis Pageant. Voted among the beauties and beaux were (from left) Anne Clark Harvey and Tanner McCraney.




Friendly

Madison Ridgeland Academy seniors voted Friendliest are (from left) Avery Harrell and Breckon Young.



Sophomore beauties

Madison Central High School’s Pawprint yearbook financial and production staffs hosted sophomore night of Beauty and Beau. Beauties include (from left) Keely Young, Anna Johnston, McKenna Goddard, Allie Grace Bell, Jalyn Kelly, Claire Humphreys, Aubrie Tolbert, Meghan Thrash, Libba Ewing and Ramsey Claire Robinson.


Friendliest

Jackson Academy recently hosted its annual Features Pageant. Voted friendliest are (from left) Maggie Smith and Max Rogers.





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The Home Place has been a part of the Northside community since 1946, but Lucille Nichols is who really makes it feel like home.