Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue
Before Whitney Anglin and Jeff Sharp married on June 23 at Algiers Point in New Orleans, they had an engagement party at the apartment of Fondren Barber Shop and William Wallace Salon owners Eddie Outlaw and Justin McPherson Outlaw on June 16 in Fondren.
Vetting the ‘One Lake’ Project
The Rankin-Hinds Pearl River Flood and Drainage Control District, often called the Levee Board, is supporting the "One Lake" plan, the latest version of a years-long strategy to create a lake development along the Pearl River through Jackson.
Italiana Anderson spent three days in Orange County, Texas, in September 2017, working with four other students and two assistant professors from the University of Mississippi to produce a multimedia project about a Mississippi church's relief efforts in the community after Hurricane Harvey devastated the area.
$65 Million Bond for JPS Passes in Landslide
The crowd of Jackson Public Schools Board members, students and parents was joyous when they received news that the bond referendum passed on Tuesday night.
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith Draws Key Manufacturers Association Endorsement
The Mississippi Manufacturers Association endorsed United States Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith for election to the U.S. Senate seat she is holds temporarily.
JPS Bond Vote: 'It's So Integral to the Success of Every One of Us Students'
Jackson Public Schools officials and supporters of Tuesday's bond referendum held a press conference Monday, Aug. 6.
Parkland Teens in Jackson: 'We Can't Turn Away from These States'
The "March For Our Lives: Road to Change" students held a town hall in Thalia Mara Hall on Aug. 2. It featured students from Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School and students from the metro Jackson area.
City Manager, Not the Mayor, Would Run Jackson Under Proposal
A city manager, rather than the mayor, would run Jackson under a new proposal presented this week. Ward 4 Councilman De'Keither Stamps proposed changing the form of local government in Jackson at the council's July 31 meeting.
JPS Sets Up Bond Oversight Committee for $65 Million on Ballot Aug. 7
If the $65-million bond passes on Aug. 7, the Jackson Public Schools Board of Trustees have framework in place to create a bond oversight committee.
UPDATED: March For Our Lives Students to Stop in Jackson Aug. 2, Host Town Hall
On Feb. 18, a gunman killed 17 students and staff, and injured 17 more at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. The students who survived, and then formed the March For Our Lives organization and movement, will be in Jackson on Aug. 2.