IMS blames oversight commission for lack of progress
Jackson’s oversight commission is again being scapegoated as the reason residents aren’t seeing more work done with the city’s one-percent infrastructure sales tax.
Heart association to host annual luncheon
As has been emphasized many times over the years, Mississippians have no reason to complain when it comes to federal taxes.
This state gets back from Washington much more than it sends.
This month Americans filed their individual income tax returns. If anyone were to ask these filers to show how much money they made, what deductions they took and how much they paid (or owe) in taxes, they would justifiably tell the curious to go jump in a lake.
Larry Smith is the latest Northsider to report crazy water bills from the City of Jackson Water Department. Even when his children were living at home, his water bills averaged $130. Then his water bills became intermittent, swinging from $100 to $400 a month.