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NewSouth NeuroSpine

By DR. RAHUL VOHRA,

“The DEA is on the phone.” Those are words you really never want to hear. To my relief the call wasn’t about my practice. The next week I found myself meeting with two United States District attorneys as well as DEA agents. I was asked to be an expert in a case against two pain specialists in Alabama.





Renaissance construction

By NIKKI ROWELL,

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.





Ridgewood Road blocked by tree

By ANTHONY WARREN,

All four lanes of Ridgewood Road are blocked, just in time for school to let out.

A tree fell down, blocking all four lanes near Ridgewood Road and Northside Drive, as a result of today’s storms.

Power lines and other utilities were taken out with the fall. Vehicles were being forced to turn around, and all lanes were blocked.


Canton Academy

By ALISON MARTIN,

As the school year draws to a close, Canton Academy is enjoying the culmination of two years worth of planning, dreaming, generosity, and hard work in the form of a new eight-lane rubber track, resurfacing the existing asphalt track as well as field event surfaces. “The new track has been great.


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NewSouth NeuroSpine

By DR. RAHUL VOHRA,

“The DEA is on the phone.” Those are words you really never want to hear. To my relief the call wasn’t about my practice. The next week I found myself meeting with two United States District attorneys as well as DEA agents. I was asked to be an expert in a case against two pain specialists in Alabama.




Renaissance to feature new show fountain, theater and Costco

By NIKKI ROWELL,

The second and third phases of Renaissance are on track to be finished next year, complete with another show fountain and Malco theater.

The city of Ridgeland director of community development Alan Hart said, based on reports from the developer, that phase two of Renaissance should be open by summer or fall of 2019.






Changes

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Jackson proposing doing away with minority firm quotas

An ordinance that establishes quotas for hiring minority firms in the city of Jackson could soon be on its way out.

Jackson officials are hoping to replace the city’s Equal Business Opportunity (EBO) ordinance with a new “small and disadvantaged business” program.


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Butterfly colors

Preschoolers at Jackson Academy (from left, back) Keegan Black, Addison Gnemi; (front) Dommy Mink, and Griffin McNeil recently attended a reading and discussion of the book ‘Butterfly Colors.’ Also pictured is the book’s author, Michelle Poirier Varner (center).


Swim competition

The First Presbyterian Day School swim team recently competed in the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools annual swim meet, where they were named the 2018 Elementary Division Champion and Overall Runner Up (competing against other junior high and high schools).


Fun on the farm

St. Richard’s third-grade class visited a riding academy as part of their study on Charlotte’s Web. Enjoying a hayride after pumpkin picking are (from left) Kennedy Denson, Susie Steckler, Kylie Grace Talley, Macy Laird, Chaiya Turner and Zuri Hays.


Birthdays

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School held a birthday lunch for seniors celebrating birthdays in June, July and August.


Soccer team

Members of the 2018 Jackson Prep varsity soccer team include (from left, back) Head Coach Jon Marcus Duncan, Anna Grace Morgan, Campbell Perkins, Olivia Sasser, Cassidy ZumMallen, Avery Lee, Dylan Freeman, Madeleine Black, Annie Jicka, Parker Dausman, Dylan Burkhalter, Coach Kaylie Reeves, Coach TJay Busin; (middle row) Ramsay Jeffreys, Sarah C


Awards day

Germantown High School recently held its Underclassmen Awards Day. Ninth, tenth and eleventh-grade students who display qualities of leadership, character, loyalty, and service to Germantown High School were selected by the faculty to receive the prestigious Maverick Citizenship Award.


Recieves scholarship

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held the 2018 Honors Day Assembly, recognizing students’ accomplishments over the course of the school year. Shown (from left) are Web Watkins, Jason Watkins, Douglas Watkins and Saffron Quinn, recipient of the Whitney Watkins Memorial Scholarship.


Awarded

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held the lower school’s closing chapel, during which rising fifth-graders received certificates signifying successful completion of the fourth-grade.


Dental hygiene

Covenant Presbyterian preschoolers enjoyed a visit from Dr. Pia Kirk (back). She talked with the children about how to have good dental health. Shown are (from left, front) Dylan Escobedo, Bodhi Kirk, Swayzie Dantone, Remy Quave.

 


Oz week

Jackson Academy sophomores (from left) Lily Rhoden, Julianna Copeland, Zoe Ladner and Anne York dressed in bright orange to celebrate the school’s spirit week leading up to a Wizard of Oz-themed homecoming weekend.


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Breaking News

The Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership is looking for a new home.


Obituaries

Ann Klaus Holloman, 80, passed away Sunday May 19. The family will receive friends from 1-3 p.m... READ MORE


Social

Celebrating March Madness with a college-themed dress day at Jackson Academy were middle school students (from left) Avery Brooks, Mary Peyton Barnette, Mary Will Sykes, Win Hooker, Emory Young, W