Today's Top Stories

A Northside woman was shaken up this afternoon after driving her vehicle into a store at Maywood Mart.

The incident occurred shortly before 5 p.m.

The woman crashed into a storefront between Smoothie King and Moe’s restaurant.

Foote hoping to draft ordinance governing temporary rentals

For the time being, residents are at the mercy of Airbnb owners who have the ability to run their temporary rentals unchecked.

The Madison County Property Owners Association (MCPOA) is steadily growing as more county residents join to have a unified community voice.

MCPOA board members have big goals for 2019.

Heart association plans annual gala

Listening and patience attributes for Larry Ratzlaff's successful career in banking and running

Many people say the lessons they learned playing sports translate well into their professional careers.

The co-owner of a Biloxi baseball team could soon be manager of Smith-Wills Stadium.

Only one firm submitted a proposal to manage the stadium, Kusche Sports Group.

Dear Editor:

Illegals are ruining our country. The middle class is being squeezed into extinction. The hedonistic atheists have assaulted the Church. The morals and values of our grandparents have been labeled "old-fashioned" and "not cool" by the perpetually immature and ignorant.








Are you listening

By LOTTIE BOGGAN,

My brother Alvin and his wife Becky had brought me to a Christmas sing-along at the brightly decorated Country Club of Jackson. On this night we were downstairs in the Onyx, a room filled with joyous, celebrating people calling out hellos and greetings to one another.



Honor veterans

The Museum of Mississippi History and Mississippi Civil Rights Museum partnered with the Jackson Regents Council, Local Chapters of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Mississippi Veterans Affairs, and Mississippi War Veterans Memorial Commission to honor Mississippians who serve and have served in the United State


Booksigning

A book signing featuring five Northside authors was held recently in Ridgeland. The event offered guests an opportunity to interact with the writers one-on-one. Refreshments were provided. Authors included (from left) Mark Cole, Janet Taylor Perry, Darden North, Lottie Boggan and Glen Stripling.

 



Officer of the Quarter

LeAnne Brewer of the Rotary Club of Jackson recently introduced Officer Lekeisha Guise, who was recognized as the Police Officer of the Quarter for her outstanding performance since being reassigned to Beat 6. She has produced six felony arrests in a short period of time.


Rosalie reception

The Mississippi State Society Daughters of the American Revolution purchased Rosalie Mansion in Natchez, for its state headquarters 80 years ago.  To celebrate the event, the society recently held a reception at Rosalie Mansion, which included a tour of the mansion.


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