First Presbyterian Day School first-graders enjoyed Polar Express Day before the Christmas holidays. Shown are (from left) Maddie Vanlandingham, Harlan Craig, Kate Houston, Jane Hester, and Zella Fulton.
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Jackson Academy’s Lower School created decorations to brighten patients’ trays at the University of Mississippi’s Medical Center during the Christmas holidays. Displaying their work are fourth grade students (from left) Lilie Henson, Charlie Voyles, Hudson Bailey, Alivia Joiner, and Mary Laurel Boykin.
Madison Central High School October Students of the Month include (from left, back) Ethan Carolina, Jalin Rice; (third row) Connor Nation, Braden Montgomery, Carter Jones; (second row) Reese Sorrell, Lydia Waters, Olivia Johnson; Landon Parrow; (front) Morgan McDonald, Sadderika Mason, Emma Gibbs and Sarah Liza Stockett.
Elected Mr. and Miss Jackson Prep at the recent Precis Pageant were (from left) Mary Noble Howard and Ben Johnson.
Goodwill Industries of Mississippi has been awarded as one of Mississippi’s Top Non-Profits for 2019 by the Mississippi Business Journal. The organization’s mission is to assist people with disabilities and other barriers to obtain employment. Goodwill creates jobs and workforce development training through donations and shopping at the Goodw
Hinds County has spent more than $5 million on road repaving and repairs in the last two years, according to District One Supervisor Robert Graham.
The county began a paving blitz in early 2018 and began filling potholes on the Northside in the spring of the following year.
The Reservoir Police Department is taking steps to ensure the safety of Ridgeland motorists with the installation of traffic camera equipment.
Another major shopping center on the Northside could soon be designated a “Go Cup” district.
At its meeting next week, the Jackson City Council is expected to vote on an ordinance establishing Highland Village as a “leisure and recreation district.”