First Presbyterian Day School kindergartners enjoyed popsicles in Company, the after school program. Students included (from left) Elijah Hindman, Charlie Chandler, Metta Margaret Ferris, Reid Hurley, and Charlie Davis.
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The state is expected to receive about $117 million from tobacco companies for the upcoming budget year (which started July 1 ) as a result of the lawsuit settlement the state reached in 1998 with the cigarette makers.
Water Billing Upgrades
Jackson is spending another $947,000 to shore up its water system.
Last week, the city council approved entering into contract with Mythics, Inc.
Murrah class of 1964 celebrate 55th reunion over four days with events in Jackson and Gulf Coast.
In high school, Jim Hitt and his friends would take on random feats of strength to prove their toughness.
One time, they ran through a thick patch of bamboo just to see how far they could get.
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?
The former chief executive officer (CEO) of the Jackson Municipal Airport (JMAA) will testify in the Jackson airport takeover case.
Carl Newman, who resigned as CEO on March 26, has been issued a subpoena to testify in the case challenging the state’s attempted takeover of the Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers Airport.
A plan to get the Capitol Complex Improvement District (CCID) to help fund the Riverside Drive Reconstruction Project likely won’t get off the ground.
Recently, one-percent commissioner Pete Perry proposed asking the CCID to help fund the $10.8 million project. The move was seemingly backed by his fellow commissioners.
Water shutoffs will continue in the capital city, at least for the time being.
Today, the Jackson City Council pulled an item that would halt shutoffs at the request of Ward Three Councilman Kenneth Stokes.
Stokes, who introduced the item, asked the measure to be pulled because he would be absent.
Top Rating for Bear Creek
Bear Creek Water Association has again earned the maximum score of 5.0 / 5.0 from the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) for the drinking water supply, according to the MSDH inspection report in May.
Dr. and Mrs. Walton Lynn Stringer announce the engagement of their daughter, Sydney Lea Stringer, to Kyle Alexander Zebley, of Pittsburgh. Miss Stringer is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Stringer and the late Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sydney Snyder, all of Jackson.
In his first year, St. Joseph Catholic School head coach John Bond is hoping to build on the success of his predecessor, who helped get the Bruins back to their winning ways.
More than 35,000 faulty water meters were installed as part of the city’s $91 million energy performance contract with Siemens.
Billions of dollars in local and state bonds are being issued without competitive bidding. Many of the leading state experts in Mississippi bidding laws are wondering why. It used to not be this way.
There’s no telling how much taxpayer money is being left on the table. It’s probably in the millions of dollars.
High-end apartments similar to those in the District at Eastover could soon be coming to the former Colonial Country Club site.
Last week, crews began tearing down the old Colonial clubhouse, a sign that work on the Colonial Highlands development could begin soon.
Parham Bridges Park promises to be a busy place in the coming weeks, with nearly $400,000 in improvements and additions planned for the popular Northside facility.
A product of the Mississippi hill-country, standing water was something I saw only in a pond on my parent’s farm or crossing the creek on “the place.” Beyond the occasional thrill of Grenada Lake spillway opening, flooding was a distant story on the Sunday evening news.
Oh, spring break. How I used to love thee. Ski trips or beach trips, entire days with friends, and no school!! One year when I was a kid, my family returned from a beach trip to find it was snowing in Mississippi, in March—spring break was just magical.
By MEGAN PHILLIPS
Sun Staff Writer
Lost Rabbit is soon to be full of new development and improvements. Along with a fifth residential phase, Southern Lifestyle Development (SLD) real estate company will be adding enhancements to the town center.
Northsider Thomas Guest, 19, will soon return home from the Shepherd Center in Atlanta after rehabilitating from a spinal cord injury.
The Shepherd Center specializes in spinal cord and brain injury rehabilitation.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tyson Wilkins III of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Holland Wilkins, to Captain James Edward Baxter Kruger of Brandon, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Baxter Kruger of Brandon.
Elizabeth Kelly Holtsinger and Andrew Rhynehardt Chisholm were married May 13 at Madison United Methodist Church. The Rev. Ben Butler officiated the ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by Dr. Donna Banks, organist.
Influenced by the Garden District in New Orleans, a new residential development will soon be in the works in the city of Madison.
The Madison board of aldermen recently voted to approve the site plan for the residential portion of the Village.
A local neighborhood group has scrapped plans to use a former home on Old Canton Road for an event and office space, and is now looking for a new location.
The LeFleur East House, a two-story home at 4658 Old Canton, has been deeded to James Holt Crews, of Jackson, according to Hinds County Chancery Clerk records.
CONSTRUCTION HAS STARTED on a new middle school for Madison-Ridgeland Academy (MRA). The facility should be ready by the 2018-2019 school term, however this fall, students will be greeted with additional parking and less traffic congestion.
The Madison County board of supervisors is considering moving forward with the Reunion interchange, phase 2.
The Reunion interchange would serve as another access to I-55 for north Madison and Gluckstadt residents, and it would connect Bozeman Road to Parkway East.
Ross Weems is president of the Phoenix Club of Jackson. Weems, who has been an active member of the board since 2015, received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Mississippi State University and currently is first vice president with BankPlus’ Private Client Group in Jackson.