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Jackson garden club prepares for spring tour

Ridgeland hosted natchez trace century ride attracts cyclists from all over

Jackson taxpayers are expected to spend at least $1.6 million this year providing fire services to state-owned, tax-exempt properties.

But residents shouldn’t expect to recoup any of those losses from the state any time soon.

City in process of updating old information on infrastructure

Jackson has approximately 1,200 miles of paved streets, but no plans in place on how to take care of them.

Southern Christian Services, founded in 1988, is an organization that focuses on providing youth with necessary life skills. Youth who receive services from Southern Christian Services are often abused, neglected or abandoned.

The Mississippi Museum of Art’s new exhibit, “When Modern Was Contemporary: Selections from the Roy R. Neuberger Collection,” recently opened.

Making Plans

City in process of updating old information on infrastructure

Jackson has approximately 1,200 miles of paved streets, but no plans in place on how to take care of them.

However, if Mayor Tony Yarber has his way, that will all change.

On the water

Ramsey hopes to create master plan for expanding kayaking, canoeing in state

If Northsider Brian Ramsey has his way, canoeing and kayaking in Mississippi will soon be as popular and easy to do as running.

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Church

Boy Scout Troop 18 recently held a Court of Honor to recognize new Eagle Scouts. Jack Holiman... READ MORE

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St. Andrew’s Episcopal School fifth-graders participated in an Entrepreneurial Fair featuring... READ MORE