Latoya Cutts, the former downtown manager and head of development for Albany, Georgia, has been named the new executive director for the Jackson Redevelopment Authority (JRA).
After nearly 15 years of public service to the state of Mississippi, Malcolm White will retire as executive director of the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC) on September 30, 2020.
The City of Jackson and the Mississippi Department of Transportation held a groundbreaking ceremony at the Mississippi Farmer’s Market on the corner of Jefferson Street and Mississippi Street today to commemorate the beginning of the City’s construction on the multi-use Museum Trail.
Sophomore Spanish Club is raising the bar on classic Tex-Mex fare, and specific recipes, such as the fried chicken tacos, with a little Mississippi twist.
As an architecture student, Jackson native David Lewis dreamed of moving away to a big, bustling city to build buildings.
The Mississippi Heritage Trust has announced the recipients of the 2020 Heritage Awards with JXN sites and individuals included among them.