Special agent

Christopher Freeze, special agent in charge of the Jackson office of the FBI, recently spoke to the Rotary Club of Jackson.  Freeze said the top issues in Jackson that he deals with are public corruption, health care fraud and violent crime. Shown are (from left) Jim Rosenblatt, who introduced the program; Freeze; and Jill Beneke, club president.

Columns

Madison county Sheriff Randy Tucker isn’t the only person who has been caught up in the constitutionality of road blocks. It’s a question that even the U.S.

Schools

Dr. Mary Taylor was a guest speaker at First Presbyterian Day School’s chapel services. She has... READ MORE

Obituaries:

Mary Elizabeth Trest, 82, a Georgia native and longtime resident of Jackson and Madison, died... READ MORE

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Frank Kimmel, owner of Kimmel Aviation Insurance in Greenwood, recently spoke to the Rotary... READ MORE

Church

Shown after schoolwide Mass at St. Joseph Catholic School recently are (from left) senior Jason... READ MORE