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Construction on a much-anticipated project designed to improve sidewalks, crosswalks and other pedestrian features in Fondren has been delayed at least until September or October.

The Rice Road reconstruction project seems to be moving along as scheduled.

Work on the first phase of the project wrapped up in early May, and work on the second phase has gotten under way, according to County Engineer Rudy Warnock.

John Sigman has been general manager of the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District (PRV) for five years.

Even with the contractor having to be replaced halfway through the project, the I-55 North widening project in South Madison County has been completed, and only a few months later than MDOT officials initially expected it to be finished.

Northside Supervisor Robert Graham was the lone dissenter last week in the Hinds County Board of Supervisor’s vote to begin work on implementing a new emergency communications system for the county.

Operation Shoestring will host Shoestring Summer Fling featuring Southern Komfort Brass Band at Duling Hall, June 4, from  7 to 10 p.m., during the first all-day Fondren’s First Thursday, with vendors and family-friendly entertainment lining the...

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