N’siders want ability to pay for neighborhood improvements
Northsiders are again asking the state for the ability to tax themselves to improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
jack dunaway’s caring heart leads to group performing small acts of kindness
Just one small act of kindness could turn a person’s day around. Nathan Dunaway, founder of the Do a Jack Attack group, is encouraging people to do small acts of kindness for others each day.
The Gluckstadt incorporation case is heating up the closer it gets to the trial date which is set to begin on February 4, roughly two years after the first petition was filed.
Renaissance foundation hosts holiday event
The Fondren Renaissance Foundation will present the annual Fondren Unwrapped November 15. Unwrapped is the
Northside churches differ in security plans to protect members
Many churches on the Northside were more focused on ministering to the community following the massacre at the Tree of Life Synagogue, because they had already modified their security plans following previous shootings at houses of worship.
Tchiakousky Williams is Madison County’s first full time animal control officer. The Canton native previously worked for both Canton and Ridgeland Police Departments as an animal control officer. Williams is a Canton High School graduate and holds an associate degree in criminal justice.
Fondren is well on its way to having the second business improvement district in the state of Mississippi.
Jackson is planning to bring on another private contractor in the coming weeks to help sort out remaining water and sewer billing problems.
Public Works Director Robert Miller announced last week that about 8,400 customers were still not receiving regular water bills.
Most astute football historians can tell you Greenville’s Wilbert Montgomery played at Abilene Christian before he went on to NFL stardom as a remarkably productive Philadelphia Eagles running back.
A few probably could tell you Montgomery briefly attended Jackson State before transferring to NAIA Abilene Christian.
Sidney Michelle Anthony and Matthew Winslow Schovee were wed April 7 at Southern Methodist University’s Perkins Chapel in Dallas.