The Mississippi Public Service Commission (MPSC) is looking into whether or not Canton Municipal Utilities (CMU) illegally raised their rates without MPSC approval.
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Randy Watkins’ love of golf takes him to the U.S. Open and mentoring young players on the sport.
Sports are a hobby for many, but one Northsider understands the connections that can be gained through sports.
Jackson is one step closer to issuing $35 million in road bonds, thanks to a recent vote by the city’s one-percent infrastructure tax oversight commission.
Last week, oversight members approved the mayor’s request to leverage bond money to issue up to $35 million in long-term debt.
I read with interest Dr. Levin’s letter advocating for medical marijuana in Mississippi. I paid particular attention as he is the current president of the Mississippi Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (a position I held several years ago).
Amelia McGowan is senior attorney over the immigration law division with the Mississippi Center for Justice. McGowan helped found the division about a year ago. Prior to joining the center, she served as program director for the Migrant Support Center for Catholic Charities Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. David Bennett Allen of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Courtney Elizabeth Allen, to Joshua Konstanzer Crump, the son of the Honorable and Mrs. David Nuttall Crump Jr. of Front Royal, VA.
It’s a political year and I was happy to see all the major politicians show up at the Mississippi Press Convention in Biloxi. This week, I’m highlighting the two main candidates for the Democratic primary for governor.
Jim Hood, four-time Mississippi attorney general:
Wet weather continues to slow down the North State Street Reconstruc-tion Project.
The roughly $22 million project includes rebuilding a roughly two-mile section of the busy roadway from Hartfield Street to Sheppard Road.
William Sherman Sampson Jr., 75, died unexpectedly Saturday July 13, 2019 at his home near Learned, MS. Bill was the first of 5 children in is family and was born at Fort Ft McClellan in Alabama July 2, 1944. Bill grew up in Jackson, MS and attended the University of Mississippi. He was an avid fan of Ole Miss football his entire life.
We each march to the sound of a different drummer; it may be an age thing, but for unknown reasons, I seem to be drawn more and more to the beat of the past. The rhythm goes on, but it’s slower. On a Danube River cruise my Jackson friends and I had disembarked from our ship, the Viking Jarl, and were now in Prague.
Two Ridgeland stores were hit with armed robberies within hours of each other on June 17.
Adrian Ready, a detective with Ridgeland Police Department, said that anonymous tips helped them solve one of the cases. However, that might not have been possible without a screen grab from surveillance camera footage.
Museum Trail project suffers delays; target date now early fall.
Clay Hays knows about perseverance.
For nearly a decade, the Northsider has worked to push the Museum Trail forward, and for years, he’s waited as the project has been hampered by delay after delay.
I was walking through Target recently and saw an advertisement for kale cleanser and wondered why in the world kale needs a special cleanser. I mean—I know it occasionally needs massages but surely it’s not such a high maintenance veggie that it requires its own type of cleanser.
The Mississippi Hospital Association says it’s found a way to accept $1.35 billion annually in federal money to expand health insurance for the poor without costing the state anything.
Jackson recently published its 2018 comprehensive annual financial report.
Click on the link below to read through it, and check the Northside Sun in the coming weeks as we take a look at it in the paper.
Catherine Montgomery, programs manager for the Mississippi Food Network, recently spoke to Senior Sun Staff Writer Anthony Warren about the network’s efforts to feed children during the summer. Montgomery has a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Mississippi State University and is a registered dietician.
My first ice cream cone lesson was the most important: lick the sides as well as the top. If you don’t, the consequences can be dire. They include:
1. Sticky fingers, a frozen hand, as well as a stream of melting vanilla dribbling down to your elbows.
More Mississippians know of a one-hit wonder, offering that, on “the third of June, another sleepy, dusty Delta day[,] Billy Joe MacAllister jumped off the Tallahatchie Bridge,” than that Mississippi’s 1949 Nobel Laureate in Literature devoted one of the four chapters in “The Sound and the Fury” to June 2, 1910, on which day the fictional Quent
A board that oversees millions of dollars in state emergency communication funds continues to stymie efforts for transparency, leaving just one question to be answered: what is this group trying to hide?
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently celebrated Senior Night, recognizing senior members of the boys and girls soccer teams. Shown are (from left) Sheila, Hunter, and Tommy Bryson.
Covenant Presbyterian preschool two-year-olds are enjoying a unit on bugs. Wearing their bug hats they made are (from left) Sam Seacrest, Will Kalka, and Bronson Barrier.
Jack Harvey (center) was recognized for earning his Eagle Scout rank at Troop 8’s Court of Honor at First Baptist Church of Jackson. His Eagle Project provide a cross country trail improvement for Jackson Prep. He is shown with his parents Margaret and John Harvey.
Recently, Diane Williams, a member of the Mississippi Humanities Council, was the guest speaker for the Annandale Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution. Diane presented her program entitled “The Historic Journey of African American Quilters”. A professional storyteller since 1992, Williams’ talents include fiber artwork and poetry.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 60 new members this year into the organization. The National Honor Society recognizes and fosters academic achievement, character, service, and leadership in secondary school students across the nation.
Allen Ryu, Ishan Bhatt, Julia Mitchell, and Henry Sanders
The Country Club Of Jackson Gators prevailed over the Reunion Golf & Country Club’s Reunion Rush on their final match this year for the PGA Junior League. Reunion hosted the match. PGA Junior League is about the recreational and developmental nature of regular season matches.
Jackson Prep middle school volleyball awards for the B Team went to (from left) Katherine Speed - Growth Award, Sarah Headley - Impact Award.
Kindergarten students at First Presbyterian Day School dressed for Red Day during their unit on the letter R. Shown are (from left) Harrison James, Macie Grey Bridges, Harlan Craig, Clifton Decker and Hallie McGinnis.
St. Richard Catholic School celebrated St. Richard Feast Day recently with Mass followed by a family fun picnic with live music. Shown (from left) Oliver Skipper, Bo Zimmerman, and James O’Beirne.
Fourth-graders at First Presbyterian Day School presented the play “Lifesong” to family and friends. Shown are (from left) Wade Smith, Jonathan Nations, Wil Franklin Collins, Aili Leggett, Addison Dungey, and Kennedy Buchanan.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently celebrated Senior Night, recognizing senior members of the football team, spirit squads, and band. Shown are (from left) Melanie, Patrick and Tim Turner.
Madison Central High School April Students of the Month are (from left, back) Camden Romero, Amy Lin, Rowen Hays, Cash Henderson, Oliver Price; (front) Audrey Kilgore, Gracie Coulter, Amy Pang, Brogan Randall and Cameron Rogillio. Not pictured: David Ramsey, Hunter Roby, Caleb Moak and Jhada Carmel.
Benjamin Watson Jr. won first place in Jackson Academy’s National Geographic Bee for fourth through eighth grades. Watson is the son of Lynn and Benjamin Watson of Madison.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School seniors in the 2018-19 upper school band are (from left) John Sistrunk, Hannah Clay King, Nathanael Smith, Henry Sanders, Patrick Marcus and Allen Ryu.
The new Slate of Officers for Magnolia State Chapter, NSDAR was installed recently by Teri Gleason, regent of the Ralph Humphries Chapter, NSDAR. Attendees included (from left) Valerie Alley, Betty Cooper, Lynn Barr, Vijean Burden, Victoria Love and Martha Denny.
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.
First Presbyterian Day School kindergartners all dressed with colors and items starting with the letter B. Shown are (from left) Henry Moore, Kate Houston and Lily Grace Wilson.
Covenant Presbyterian Preschoolers having fun playing dress up are (from left) Will Kalka, Sam Seacrest, and Carson Young.
Conner Ivey, Madison Ridgeland Academy 10th-grader, was selected by the “FIRST” (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) organization as a FIRST Dean’s list semifinalist.