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A date has been set for an information session and public hearing on NCL Waste’s plans to construct a third landfill in Madison County.
Joseph Rosen was recently named rabbi for the Beth Israel Congregation in Jackson. The Rochester, Minn. native holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brandeis University and a master’s degree and Ordination from Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati.
A Hinds County chancery judge had disqualified three attorneys seeking to halt water shutoffs in the city of Jackson.
Yesterday, Judge Tiffany Grove ruled that attorneys Pieter Teeuwissen, Anthony Simon and Jeffrey Graves do have a conflict in the case.
Growing up, Ann was a feral child who never wore shoes to play. She thinks the perfect number of dogs in a home is five. Two years ago, she had a sudden revelation to open a pet store. She thinks Pillsbury frozen biscuits taste better than most homemade versions. Nothing makes Ann tear up like seeing a homeless kitten.
Foundation to present Symphony at Sunset.
Medical marijuana ballot initiative signatures submitted
Mississippians for Compassionate Care submitted 105,686 certified signatures from registered voters to the Mississippi Secretary of State’s office, placing medical marijuana on the 2020 ballot. [Steve Wilson]
If it seems the Sanderson Farms Championship is a little earlier this year, it is.
The earlier time is one of the many changes Northsiders will notice at the event this year, which carries the largest purse in tournament history and promises to bring in even more top professional golfers than in years past.
On Friday, September 13, 2019, at approximately 3:10 AM, a Madison police officer while on patrol observed a male subject acting suspiciously at the Exxon Fuel Station on Highway 51 that had been closed for the night. The officer also observed a vehicle which was occupied by another male subject near the gas pumps at the station.
MADISON RIDGELAND Academy and Jackson Academy will open district play Friday in a matchup that’s as much about bragging rights as it is playoff implications.
MRA comes into the game undefeated, having vanquished its first two foes, outscoring them 97-13.
Supporters of bills allowing the direct shipment of wine and the sale of wine in grocery stores are changing strategies after being unable to see the measures passed in recent legislative sessions.
Tom Shaheen was recently named president of the Mississippi Lottery Corporation, the company that will oversee the implementation and operation of the state lottery. Shaheen comes to the Magnolia State after having helped to establish lotteries in Florida, Texas, Georgia and North Carolina.
Several new mixed-use parcels could be on tap for the Northside.
Jackson’s Planning Board is considering a request from property owners to rezone five parcels on the Northside to CMU-1, or a community mixed-use district.
The board will consider the requests at its meeting on August 28.
Madison Central is hosting fellow 6A powerhouse Brandon High Friday, in an early season contest that pits two of the metro area’s top football teams.
The Jaguars (1-0) are hoping to avenge last year’s opening season loss to the Bulldogs.
Residents of Madison will get the chance to voice their opinions on a proposed tax increment financing plan at a public hearing set for September 3.
While attending school at Belhaven University, McCain also played on the school’s basketball team. He started Buffalo Peak at 28 years old. An avid traveler, he has made 12 trips to Alaska. He grew up on a farm, and his family grew cotton and had dairy cows. His two sons, Travis and Cody, have joined him in working at Buffalo Peak.
The coming weeks promise to be busy for leaders with two Northside community groups, who are pushing forward with plans to implement “community improvement districts” (CIDs).
Helping families recover from brain injuries forges deep bond between Northsiders.
Bride or bridegroom’s side?
At the October 26 wedding of Ben Lane and Walton Fenelon, that question may pose a predicament for guests who work at Methodist Rehabilitation Center (MRC).
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School has 10 alumni entering medical school in University of Mississippi Medical School Class of 2023. They are (from left, back) Mary Liza Almand, Hina Qureshi, Jasmine McNair, Baylor Obert, Graham Grogan; (front) Sarah Chase Dulske, Madyson Brown, Avery Villeret, Olivia Becker, and Galina Ostrovsky.
First Presbyterian Day School sixth-graders (from left) Ellen Morgan and Nick Kogon were chosen Best Representatives by their classmates.
Ridge Futral (right) was Madison-Ridgeland Academy’s Valedictorian and Nicolas Rowan was Salutatorian of the 2019 graduating class.
Mary Patton Murphy and Spence Graves
She planned events for the Queen of Jordan and Prince Edward and got to meet both of them. She has gone bowling at the White House in Washington D.C. - twice. She has floated in the Dead Sea. She has climbed Mt. St. Helen. She has hiked the Camino de Santiago in Spain.
First Presbyterian Day School students had a fun last day of school before Kindergarten Graduation.
At Jackson Academy’s 2018-19 Upper School awards day (from left, back) Remy Hogue, Banks McNair, Nic Brown, Logan Thomas, Thomas Arnold, Gabrielle Morris; (front) Pier Thompson, Skylar Alexander, Remy Jones, Isabelle Eiland, and Kennedy Nations were given the school’s character and service award in recognition of their service to the school.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School sixth graders enjoying the first day of school are (from left) Isabelle Zevallos, Chloe Marion, Alleah Paulding, Addie LaRose, Emily Alexander, and Ashley Bryan.
First Presbyterian Day School sixth-graders (from left) Dendy Hogan and Jake Bailey were chosen Most Friendly by their classmates for the 2018-19 school year.
The first jurisdictional hearing for Gluckstadt’s incorporation has been moved for a second time, but progress on the area’s assimilation into Madison County is still steady.
The first phase of the Reunion interchange might be funded through this year’s state bond bill, say county officials.
District 2 Supervisor Trey Baxter said he and District 1 Supervisor Sheila Jones have been meeting with state legislators, including Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves and Speaker of the House Philip Gunn.
The River Hills parent relay team (from left) Ben Kerr, Will McCraney, Tal Hendrix, and Parker Ellison swam to a first place finish during this year’s event at the Jackson Swim Association’s City Meet.
Hartfield Academy recently opened its newly expanded and renovated main campus at 1240 Luckney Rd.
Mississippi State University is honoring construction industry leader Richard A. Rula with its highest alumni honor. In a campus ceremony on March 1 the Northsider will be recognized formally as the university’s 2019 National Alumnus.
The Gluckstadt incorporation is making slow and steady progress, but there is one commercial entity that wants to stay out of the issue.
The Mak Haik car dealership, located north of Glucksadt Road and west of I-55, does not want to be part of the incorporation. The car dealer does not want to be part of Canton’s annexation either.
Opponents of the Ridgeland Costco Wholesale scored a minor victory recently in their efforts to keep the wholesaler from locating on Highland Colony Parkway.
Last week, the Mississippi Supreme Court denied the city of Ridgeland’s request to expedite the appeal of the city’s 2015 vote to amend the zoning ordinance.
Josie Bidwell is associate professor of nursing and lifestyle medicine clinician for the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC). She holds a bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate in nursing from UMMC. Bidwell spoke to Sun Staff Writer Anthony Warren about her position and about the school’s lifestyle medicine clinic.
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.