Jackson has fired Fahrenheit Creative as the leader of the Celebrate Jackson marketing campaign.
What Jackson Mayor Harvey Johnson Jr. wants to see from the state Legislature hasn’t changed much in the past year.
With less than a week before the presidential election, polls show the two frontrunners neck-and-neck in a campaign focused largely on health care and economic issues.
In addition to the President election, there are several candidates campaigning for the Senate.
Jason Brookins resigns as JRA Executive Director.
Former Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins will bring his “Capitalism” tour to Duling Hall Sunday, Oct. 14.
After years of supporting a city curfew for minors, but having no facility in which to hold them, the Jackson City Council’s discourse appears to be changing on the subject of what to do with young people after dark.
It's the weekend in Jackson, and you're looking for something to do.
The Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership and community leaders unveiled the Vision 2022 10-year plan at the Jackson Convention Complex Oct. 9.
Jackson Public Schools is taking the city to court over the City Council's refusal to approve a millage rate to support the school district's approved budget.
After promising to employ more than 1,000 workers, Automatic Data Processing announced it will close its office in Clinton in February 2013.
The Jackson City Council voted Friday to deny Jackson Public Schools the extra $2.7 million it requested for the upcoming fiscal year.
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The Jackson City Council voted Friday to deny Jackson Public Schools the extra $2.7 million it requested for the upcoming fiscal year after its original budget proposal.
The Jackson City Council is asking for a complete audit of the Metrocenter Mall project before it clears any city departments to move into the former Belk building.
The city of Jackson will soon have a sewer repair bill that could rival the city's entire annual budget.
In the ecological balance between droughts and floods, Where do Mississippi farmers—and consumer prices—stand?
Jackson may see 12 to 18 inches of rain.
Hurricane Isaac spreads flooding, harsh winds across coast, will bring sustained winds and rain to capital city.