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By Kaitlyn Fowler | December 12. 2018
JPD making an arrest in downtown Jackson. Photo by Kaitlyn Fowler. Empower Jackson. Expel Crime Together. At surface value, these are the goals of U.S. Attorney Michael Hurst’s Project EJECT. The idea is that Jackson’s violent criminals will be “ejected” from the city through federal...
By Jeffrey Caliedo | September 19. 2018
Sign for Tougaloo College, the site of JPS' Early College High School. Photo by Kaitlyn Fowler.   With the beginning of every school year comes new opportunities, excitement, and a chance at a better education. During the 2018-2019 school year, Jackson Public Schools is partnering with...
By Kaitlyn Fowler and Maisie Brown | January 29. 2018
In a sea of white customers, three dark spots speckled the startled crowd at Woolworth’s in downtown Jackson on May 28, 1963. They slowly walked around the big, busy store. Posters of all sizes and color combinations exclaiming “Hot Donuts” and “Deli served fresh daily” lined the dingy white walls...
By Mackenzie Williams | October 19. 2017
The home page of Kessee's website.   Ally Kessee is a born and raised Jacksonian and an alumna of Murrah High School.  She is a Biology major at Tougaloo College. There is an immense amount of things in the world that have yet to be discovered regarding science, she says, and she wants...
By Jaslyn Ballansaw | April 25. 2017
Fondren is a historical district located in North Jackson, MS. Fondren was established in 1845. This historical neighborhood is known for being diverse and multicultural. Each week, Fondren has community activities for art, concert, and much more. One activity and event Fondren is well known for is...