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Cyber security is one of those things that most people and businesses don’t ever get around to doing – until they get hacked or their hard drive fails or a disgruntled former employee deletes important files.
Another chapter in one of the Northside’s most storied high school football rivalries will be written this Friday, when the Jackson Prep Patriots take on the Jackson Academy Raiders.
Jackson will soon be one step closer to having a contractor in place for the much-anticipated Museum Trail.
The city is expected to open bids on the project no later than 3 p.m., on Tuesday, October 8.
More than three years after the suit was filed, legal fees continue to mount up for taxpayers in the Jackson airport takeover case.
The city and the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority (JMAA) filed suit to stop the state from implementing SB 2162, the measure commonly referred to as the airport takeover bill.
The public comment period, which was originally scheduled to end on September 26, has been extended to October 28 for residents to voice comments or concerns about NCL Waste’s plans to construct a third landfill in Madison County.
With chalk in hand Eli Childers leaves messages of hope throughout Jackson.
All moments in life are temporary, even the beautiful ones.
Local artist Eli Childers has designed an entire movement around this idea through his chalk art designs, which are also fleeting.
We are a month into the college football season – one third of the way through. Time to grade Mississippi teams...
A settlement in the city of Jackson’s suit against Siemens Industry could be imminent.
According to court documents, mediation talks between the two entities are slated for September 24 and 25, 2019, with the parties ordered to notify the court of the results of the talks by October 2.
The Ridgeland Costco likely has been slowed down due to inclement weather, meaning the store will likely be opened this summer, rather than the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Lloyd Fordice of Vicksburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Louise Fordice, to Thomas Bruce Payne III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bruce Payne Jr. of Madison. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Governor of Mississippi, the Hon. Daniel Kirkwood Fordice Jr.
Work will soon be under way on a new mixed-use development in Madison, which is designed to have the feel of a historic downtown neighborhood.
The Village at Madison will be located off Main Street near the police department and will be home to the newest Half Shell Oyster House location.
The city of Jackson appears poised to finally take legal action against Siemens.
At its meeting tomorrow, the city council will consider bringing on Lightfoot, Franklin and White LLC to “investigate and pursue claims and litigation against Siemens.”
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Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sims of Madison announce the upcoming marriage of their son, Joshua Allen Sims, to Lindsey Elizabeth Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Clay of Tupelo and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Wilson of Roanoke, Ala.
Preschoolers at First Presbyterian Day School enjoyed pajama day before the Christmas break. Shown are (from left) Salem Hogan, Piper Calvert, Nella Hunter and Frances May.
Veronica Herrin, director of volunteer services and case manager at The Good Samaritan Center, recently spoke to the Rotary Club of North Jackson. Herrin told about the different services and events the non-profit social service organization offers. The Rotary Club of North Jackson meets at noon on Tuesdays at The Rickhouse.
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At Jackson Academy’s upper school Awards Day, students (from left) Columbia Holeman and Brandon Miller received the national “I Dare You” leadership award for exhibiting personal integrity, balanced living, and a potential for leadership.
William J. “Bill” Hardin, MD, passed away October 9 at the age of 81, after a battle with cancer. He was born July 4, 1937 in Jackson, son of the late James W.
Rotary Club of Jackson met recently at Sparkman Auditorium at the ag museum. Julian Watson introduced speaker, Coach Joe Moorhead, head football coach at Mississippi State University.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School has another student committed to playing Division I next year. Senior Banks Tolley signed with Mercer University to play soccer. Fellow Saints teammates celebrated with Tolley at the announcement in the school’s brand-new Athletics and Recreation Center (ARC).
Sixth-graders at First Presbyterian Day School packed shoe boxes for Samaritan’s Purse’s Operation Christmas Child. Shown are (from left) Thomas Coco, Reid Vineyard, Will Morgan, Knox Strebeck, and Charlie Penny.
Friends of the USA International Ballet Competition annual membership party will be held Thursday, November 15, 6 to 8 p.m. in the home of Rob and Phoebe Pearigen. Planning the event are board members (from left, back) Max David Marsh, Phoebe Pearigen, Meg Lake; (front) Stacie Sharp and Mary Schiele Scanlon.
Jackson Prep recently held its 2017 Précis Pageant. Voted Dunamic Duo are (from left) Ben Burnett and Forrest Smith.