Brent Wilson, director of Make-A-Wish Mississippi, recently presented to the Rotary Club of North Jackson about the mission of Make-A-Wish, which grants approximately 100 wishes a year across the state for children with life-threatening illnesses.
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Allocation to keep water fund solvent until summer
Jackson’s water and sewer cash fund should stay afloat at least until the summer.
Meanwhile, city officials were still in talks last week with Siemens in hopes that it can correct problems with its billing system.
Gluckstadt residents are calling on the Madison County Board of Supervisors to place a moratorium on commercial development until the incorporation process is complete, hopefully in August.
One of the biggest stars in recent baseball history will be sharing at a luncheon this week how Jesus Christ shaped his life.
Baseball great Darryl Strawberry will be speaking at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) annual Bill Buckner FCA Luncheon.
plans have changed for the Green Oak Lane intersection, which will connect Reunion Parkway, phase three, within the next few years.
Madison County Board of Supervisors approved District 1 Supervisor Sheila Jones’ request to spend more money on a permanent stop light.
Bonds issued to completely overhaul the city of Jackson’s water system will carry nearly $113 million in interest.
Northsider Thomas Guest, 19, will soon return home from the Shepherd Center in Atlanta after rehabilitating from a spinal cord injury.
The Shepherd Center specializes in spinal cord and brain injury rehabilitation.
Northside lawmakers will likely be going back to the drawing board next year, after failing to push through some of their top priorities.
The lawmakers failed to get bills passed this year that would allow for community improvement districts (CIDs), amend voting laws, give tax breaks to homeowners and change the state flag.
Judge Virginia Wilson Mounger was elected as a Fellow of the Mississippi Bar Foundation during the foundation’s annual meeting and Fellows Induction Ceremony held at the Old Capitol Inn.
Jackson’s one-percent oversight commission has approved nearly $13 million in expenditures this year, all without knowing where they stand on previously approved projects.
For months, commissioners have been asking the city for an update on spending.
However, as of the board’s April meeting, no update had been provided.