Henrietta Minor Burnham passed away peacefully on the afternoon of Tuesday, September 24.
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Jackson’s flagship library could soon have a new home, at least temporarily.
Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba said the city is planning to relocate the Eudora Welty Library to the Metrocenter Mall.
The move would be temporary, until a permanent location could be found, he said.
Jim Hood’s investigation into Tate Reeves’ alleged arm-twisting to try to get the taxpayers to fund an access road into his gated community might be fodder for some commercials.
As a campaign bombshell, however, in the governor’s race between the two, it largely fizzled.
Juniors serving as class officers on the Jackson Academy Student Council for 2019-2020 are (from left) Alice Williams, Priya Ray, Thomas Arnold, and Ava Couey. Not pictured: Lila Robertson.
When Jackson resident Kim Evans realized he had accidentally let his driver’s license expire, he went to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in Jackson to renew it.
The Mississippi Museum of Art will present Nick Cave: Feat., an exhibition of 17 works examining the artist’s socially engaged practice. On view October 26 through February 16, the survey of Nick Cave’s (b.
“Into the Breeches!” opens New Stage Theatre’s 54th season with a comic splash, an ensemble cast and a pull-together spirit that toasts the power of art in community.
A service of worship celebrating the marriage of Jessica Ruth Arnold and Daniel Hartley Duddleston was held May 4 at Bridlewood of Madison at 7 p.m. The ceremony was officiated by the Reverend David Felker.
More than a year after it was slated to wrap up, the $17.4 million airport runway repaving project has been delayed again.
And for developers, those delays mean that late fees are adding up.
The first scheduled hearing in the annexation case involving the Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport is slated for January 24.
Two cities, Flowood and Pearl, are attempting to annex land surrounding Jackson-Evers, in what city of Jackson officials call a “tax grab.”
As a patient, do you ever find yourself frustrated with the lack of access to your physician or long wait times for appointments? Somehow, patients have become lost in the current system, and physicians have become frustrated with bureaucratic red tape that prevents them from taking care of the patients that they have taken an oath to serve.
The city of Ridgeland’s weekly farmers’ market, True Local Market, has been extended into the new year.
True Local Market began in October and was expected to run through the end of December 2018. However, due to the success of the market, it will continue.
A master plan for the Capitol Complex Improvement District (CCID) should be in place by mid-March.
Just months after the firms were brought on, Waggoner Engineering/AJA Consultants and Cooke Douglass Farr Lemons are expected to wrap up work on the plan by the spring.
RIDGELAND MUNICIPAL COURT TO OFFER FEE WAIVER PROGRAM FOR OUTSTANDING ARREST WARRANTS ON CONTEMPT OF COURT
The Ridgeland Police Department in conjunction with Ridgeland Municipal Court will offer a Fee Waiver Program for individuals with arrest warrants for Contempt of Court (Failure to Appear). This period will begin Tuesday, February 19th and end Friday, March 1st, 2019.
Established in 1984, Mississippi Sports Medicine’s Doctors James Manning, Gene Barrett, and Walter Shelton set out with a commitment to provide the utmost quality in sub-specialized orthopedic care with an emphasis on serving athletes all over the state of Mississippi.
Efforts to rid the Ross Barnett Reservoir of steel reinforcement rods, or rebar, are continuing.
Since the water level was lowered in October, thousands of pieces of rebar have been removed since they were visible in the low water and the number is steadily growing.
Kevin Essary goes From BMX bike racing to head pro at Parham bridges tennis center
JA to host area show choirs. Jackson Academy will host its 7th annual Show Choir Invitational Friday, February 1 beginning at 5 p.m. and Saturday, February 2 beginning at 10 a.m. Local schools will perform including Jackson Prep and Madison Central. The invitational will also feature Jackson Academy’s show choirs in exhibition performances.
The North State Street Reconstruction Project is moving along, although contractors are slightly behind schedule.
The second phase of the $19.6 million project got underway in January.
That work includes rebuilding the southbound lane from Northside Drive to Sheppard Road.
Jackson Academy eighth-grade students (from left, back) Molly McClure, Jordan Bertschler, Elizabeth Castle; (front) Pariss Smoot, Olivia Quinn, and Jane Arnold participated in the school’s first Reality Fair.
The Pearl River Valley Water Supply District board recently approved a ratification of plat correction for Arbor Landing Phase 2B.
According to reservoir general manager John Sigman, the original plat omitted a utility easement, so a correction was submitted to the board for approval.
Eastover Work Planned
Eastover residents will soon have a better road and better water, but they’ll probably have to put up with temporary road closures before they’ll get it.
Some Madison County residents will soon see their insurance costs drop.
The Madison County board of supervisors recently approved for the South Madison Fire District to annex three adjacent areas that are located within the county and are not situated within corporate boundaries of any existing municipality.
With the statewide political campaigns gearing up, we are sure to hear often this year from candidates who say they want to stop government overreach from stifling small businesses, innovative startup companies, and job creation in Mississippi. This is a worthy goal.
Jackson Academy students (from left) Annalee LeDuff and Olivia Quin received the Service and Leadership Award in recognition of the integrity and selflessness they exemplified while serving the Student Council and Interact Club.
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.
Madison Central High School Interact Club officers were recognized at Senior Class Day. They are (from left) co-presidents Katie Taylor and Cheyenne Barker, and secretary/treasurer Hibah Hasan.
Fifteen ninth-graders at Jackson Academy earned their Girl Scout Silver Star Award in September.