A hearing concerning a special exception request made by a proposed Memory Care facility in Madison is schedule Monday, March 12. The city’s planning and zoning commission will conduct the hearing.
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In recent months, the Northside has experienced several tragedies involving youth suicides. To help fellow students, friends, family, school teachers and faculty, Sun Staff Writer Megan Phillips spoke with Dr. Courtney Bagge at the University Mississippi Medical Center.
At the same time, Jackson has the greatest number of civilian employees when compared to the same cities.
According to FBI crime stats, Jackson has a population of 170,000, 409 sworn police officer and 232 civilian employees in the Jackson Police Department (JPD).
Area schools differ in policies concerning students’ lunch options
Northside schools have mixed rules when it comes to parents delivering their students’ meals.
Most schools generally don’t allow parents to bring their students’ lunches, but others are a little more lenient.
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The Jackson Police Department received the following reports for:
Arlington Street, 700 block, auto burglary, February 11;
Arlington Street, 700 block, auto burglary, February 6;
Belhaven Street, 900 block, auto theft, February 6;
Belvedere Drive, 1900 block, larceny, February 7;
It’s hard to imagine Mission Mississippi is 25 years old. It seems like yesterday it was just a dream in the eye of my dear friend Lee Paris.
January 8 was the time on the 2018 Christian liturgical calendar for remembering and celebrating the baptism of Jesus. On that day my thoughts returned to the Holy Land as they so often do. I recalled the pilgrimage fellow travelers and I made that began with a visit to Jordan and the river that bears its name.