Plans to tear down two dilapidated homes in Belhaven are on hold after they were purchased by the Jackson-based William Lake LLC. The homes are located at 1609 St. Ann St. and 1925 Laurel St.
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Madison city officials recently approved the beginning steps for Hoy Road rights-of-way acquisition.
Some Madison County officials are looking at tax cuts after a recent presentation by the Madison County tax assessor.
During a recent board meeting, Norman Cannady presented the county’s 4.3 percent growth and $70 million increase in assessed value over the past year.
Madison Alderman-at-Large Warren Strain has been appointed as Mayor Pro Tempore for the 2017-2021 term.
As expected, the new mayoral administration in Jackson means some new faces on the city’s one-percent oversight commission.
The county is redistributing $100,000 in leftover funds from the construction of Finny Road, according to county engineer Dan Gaillet.
The project is part of the county’s comprehensive, four-year road plan, which totals $51.3 million.
THE FINAL plat for Hampton Ridge, phase four, in Lake Caroline has been approved by the Madison County Board of Supervisors during a recent meeting.
According to county engineer Dan Gaillet, the development is approximately 6.5 acres with 22 lots, which range from .18 to .25 acres in size.
The public is invited to tour the new $74 million School of Medicine building on the University of Mississippi Medical Center campus during a community open house, 9 a.m. to noon, August 5.
The Mississippi State Law Library is coming up on its 200-year anniversary this January. To celebrate a little early, State Librarian Stephen Parks has organized an event in conjunction with the Mississippi Book Festival (August 19). On Friday, August 18, the librarian of Congress, Dr.
JA Blue and White Night