Jackson Public Schools will not be a part of the state's new Achievement School District.2 days, 10 hours ago ...
Parents, students, teachers and other concerned Jacksonians packed into City Hall on Thursday night to participate in the last of ...Dec. 15
Dave O'Donnell, executive vice president of Washington, D.C.-based mechanical contracting firm Bowers Group, recently donated $1 million to the University ...Dec. 15
Myrlie Evers never mentioned Donald Trump by name but said that she sees prejudice, hatred and negativism today she never ...Dec. 13
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Mississippi ranks 50th for the second year in a row in the United Health Foundation's health rankings. The foundation specializes in clinical expertise and health data, focused on making the country heathier.
Author Liza Mundy was at her home in Arlington, Va., when the wheels began turning for her next bestseller. At the time, however, she did not yet realize what the story was—or how expansive it would turn out to be.
The Mississippi Chorus will perform the first movement of 18th-century composer George Frideric Handel's seminal oratorio, "Messiah," again this year, following two sold-out performances in 2016.
Mississippi Children's Museum will host Santa Saturdays every week from Nov. 25 to Dec. 23.
This holiday season, many local restaurants and businesses can help any Jacksonians who are looking for help with preparations.
University of Mississippi quarterback Shea Patterson might not be returning to the Rebels. Patterson has been granted permission to go other programs, the Ole Miss Spirit reported.
Major General Janson D. Boyles, the adjutant general of Mississippi, announces the promotion of Col. Trent Kelly to brigadier general. The ceremony will be held Saturday, January 20, 2018 at the Mississippi National Guard Joint Force Headquarters in Jackson.