Today's Top Stories

A new chancery judge will help handle the growing caseload in Madison County.

When voters go to the polls in November, they will be casting ballots for District Chancery Court judge Place Three.

FIFTY YEARS COME AND GONE, another 50 and more to come. Chief Perry Waggener of the Ross Barnett Reservoir worked as a spillway operator from 1986 to 1988, and returned in 2003.

The city of Jackson is giving the owners of a derelict hotel 10 days to clean up or be taken to Environmental Court.

Last week, the Sun contacted the Jackson Police Department (JPD) about concerns at the Inns of USA at 4641 I-55 North.

It’s getting deep at Jackson City Hall.

More trouble is brewing for the capital city and its $400 million sewer consent decree.

Bollywood and Old Hollywood glamour will shine at the Jackson Symphony League’s  56th annual Symphony Ball September 19, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Country Club of Jackson.

ACCORDING TO MADISON COUNTY Tax Assessor Gerald Barber, the assessed value of the county has increased by $60 million since last year.

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