Mississippi Community College Board Executive Director Eric Clark announced Friday that he will retire at ...3 hours, 1 minute ago ...
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has lost faith that any progress will be made with the Farish ...Sept. 18 8 comments
Jojo the chimpanzee lives at the Jackson Zoo, where they will celebrate his 50th birthday.
After the Jackson Free Press followed up on a tip regarding water damage to decades-old documents in the Hinds County ...
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Jackson, MS – Five Mississippi school districts have joined the fight to recover their share of almost $134 million owed ...Sept. 15
At the Jackson City Council zoning meeting Monday, the council tabled discussion of the rezoning of parcels on Lakeland Drive where the city wants to put Costco.
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Report: JRA, Goree and Watkins Suspended from HUD Programs; City Must Repay $1.5 Million for Farish | Business 8 comments
Keep on Pushing: Fifty Years After Freedom Summer, Two Mississippi Sisters Press the Fight for Voting Rights | Civil Rights 1 comment
"Director's Cut" (Dogwood Press, 2014; $22.95) is the fifth novel in the Oakdale series, suspense stories that share the same backdrop—a rural town in northeast Mississippi.
Athens, Ga., has incubated plenty of important musical acts in the last 40 years. With Pylon and REM as vanguards, the city proved to be especially fertile ground for stripped-down four-piece bands.
Lewis, who lives in Jackson with his wife, Kimberly, has struggled with sickle cell disease his whole life. He works in artists and repertoire for NOW Entertainment, where he is also a producer and writer.
In the fifth installment of his Bar Series classes, titled Home Bar 101, seasoned bartender Chris Robertson hopes to eliminate some of the guesswork—and all of the fear—from drink mixing.
Two weeks into the college football season, the Big Ten faces an uphill climb. This past Saturday was a disaster for the conference.