Waiting Game

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Future for Ridgeland’s Costco to be determined by June

It’s all over but the waiting.

In February, the Mississippi Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Ridgeland Costco case.




Millions earmarked for paving roads, potholes; one-percent tax money

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Another round of road repaving is in the works, following a recent vote by Jackson’s one-percent oversight commission.

Recently, commissioners approved the city’s request to fund $4 million in road repaving and pothole repairs.

Members will meet on April 30 to determine what roads to include.




Stop or Go?

By ANTHONY WARREN,
Motorists driving along One roadway this morning probably can reference the Katy Perry Song “Hot and Cold” when discussing their experience. 
The red and green lights were on at the same time at the Briarwood Drive/Keele Street intersection. 
The Sun has contacted Jackson city officials about the situation.




Work needed determines how long neighborhood bridges remain closed

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Jackson city officials say seven bridges that were recently closed will likely be closed for months, meaning Northsiders will have to find alternate routes to work, church, school and other functions.

Citing safety concerns, the city recently shut off access to seven major bridges, including four on the Northside.


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