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The Reunion Parkway saga continues as Madison County voted last week to retain Mississippi Engineering Group (MSEG) to provide design, right of way and construction services for Reunion Parkway from Bozeman Road to Galleria Parkway.
He’s back. Heath Hall is making another appearance as the face of the Madison County board of supervisors.
Olivia moore gives back to community through establishing city tennis camp.
When athletes make something look easy, they’re said to be “putting on a clinic.”
For Olivia Moore, she not only knows how to make tennis look easy on the court, she also knows how to put on a clinic. Literally.
It could soon be easier for Northsiders to report that neighbor with overgrown grass or a car parked in the yard.
Several major changes are on tap for Jackson’s community improvement division, the division that oversees code enforcement.
Dr. and Mrs. William Eugene Loper, III of Ridgeland announce the engagement of their daughter, Meredith Taylor Loper, to Andrew Steven Miles, son of Dr. and Mrs. Richard John Miles of Madison.
Jackson’s motion to dismiss the attorneys in the city’s water shutoff case will be heard by Judge Tiffany Grove next month.
This morning, Chancellor Grove set a hearing for 1:30 p.m., Thursday, August 8, to hear arguments in the city’s motion to dismiss three attorneys representing plaintiffs in the matter.
John K. Bramlett Jr. was recently appointed by Gov. Phil Bryant as District Attorney for the 20th Circuit Court District, which includes Madison and Rankin counties. He replaces Michael Guest, who was elected to the U.S. Congress. Bramlett has served as an assistant district attorney in the 20th Circuit Court District since 2015.
Native Jacksonian Matt Allen is a candidate for Hinds County Circuit Court Judge, Subdistrict 1. This is the seat that has been held by Judge Jeff Weill, who is not seeking reelection to that position.
Many people know Warren Strain as the man who provides information on high profile cases across the state. However, when he isn’t representing the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, he serves his city on the Madison Board of Aldermen.
The Ross Barnett Reservoir could soon be home to a new residential development featuring lakefront lots and others with lake views.
A group called Expedition Point LLC was the successful bidders for a 100-acre property, where they intend to build the residential development.
Helen Summerford is president and race coordinator of MUTS, the Mississippi Ultra and Trail Society. Summerford has a degree in classical studies from Millsaps College and a degree in physical therapy from the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC).
Construction is on track for the second and third phases of Renaissance, complete with a show fountain and Malco theater.
Phase two of Renaissance is projected to be complete sometime this summer or early fall.
The Costco portion of phase three and four should be complete by next summer.
Inaction by library officials has resulted in the loss of approximately 34,000 books at the now defunct Charles Tisdale Library. The books were destroyed by black mold.
Meanwhile, any hopes of cleaning the collection were dashed recently, when an insurance claim filed to cover the books’ restoration costs was denied.
In his third season at the helm of Jackson Academy, head coach Larry Weems has returned the Raiders to their winning ways.
Last year, Weems posted a 9-3 record and took the Raiders to the second round of the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) AAAA playoffs.
Jackson Prep Chi Alpha Mu officers are (from left) Anna Jicka, treasurer; Thomas Wasson, vice president; Evelyn Thornton, president; and Abby Huff, secretary.
MRA STAR Student Will Benton (left) and STAR Teacher, Laurie Babb
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School students recently participated in the East Mississippi Band Director’s Association Region Band Clinic, held at Ridgeland High School. The students were nominated by band directors Dennis Cranford and Katelyn Kyser.
At a recent Troop 1 Eagle Court of Honor the following Scouts were awarded the Rank of Eagle (from left) Will Fletcher, Dixon Hughes, Noah Berry, Grant Hughes, Clayton Mahaffey, Gibson Cheney. Troop 1, chartered in 1916, is beginning its 103rd year of scouts.
Century Cub Charities recently presented Hope House of Hospitality with a check for $5,000 from proceeds of the Sanderson Farms Championship. For 33 years, Hope House has served the needs of cancer patients who come to Jackson for treatments, providing these guests with a place to stay, meals, and transportation to treatments. Shown are (from
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School basketball teams recently celebrated Senior Night, recognizing seniors on the teams and their families. Shown are (from left) Jenny, Will and Lee Atkins.
Jackson Academy rising fourth grade students who ran 100 miles or more in Running Club this year were (from left, back) Alexander Weems, Charlie Voyles, Slates Veazey, Henson Tyler, Gus Summers, Zoe Sprayberry, Peyton Smith, Gloria Helen Scott; (second row) Brandon Parker, J.
Michael Zhang and Vertreace Sanders
Two members of the Rotary Club of North Jackson, Sara White and Jay Cooke, were recently awarded Paul Harris Fellows. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.
Madison Middle School presented “Aladdin, Jr.” as its fall schoolwide musical. Students were chosen by audition for roles as the cast and dancers. Sixth-grade choir students sang as the chorus, while others assisted with sets, and former students served as crew.