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Chef David Raines stands outside the old Chimneyville restaurant in Jackson.
Chef David Raines stands outside the old Chimneyville restaurant in Jackson.
Wednesday, November 22, 2017 6:00 PM
JACKSON — When Chimneyville closed its doors here last month, many locals mourned the loss of a famed institution. A Madison County businessman is giving locals a silver lining though, with plans to open a new restaurant in its place.
  • Ouzts newest  doctor to join  Merit Health Medical Group
    Merit Health Medical Group welcomes C. Andrew Ouzts, MD to the medical staff. Dr. Ouzts will practice at the The Suites at Merit Health River Oaks, located at 1020 River Oaks Drive, Suite 100 in Flowood.
  • United Way president announces retirement
    JACKSON – After more than 20 years of leadership, Carol Johnson-Burger announced that she will be retiring as President and CEO of United Way of the Capital Area. Burger took the helm of United Way of the Capital Area in July 1995.
  • St. Dominic Hospital becomes one of first to offer next-generation epilepsy technology
    Jackson – St. Dominic Hospital today announced it is one of the first hospitals in Mississippi to offer next generation technology for patients with drug-resistant epilepsy.
  • Holmes awards degree through Complete2Compete initiative
    Holmes Community College awarded Marsha Credit of Jackson an Associate of Arts degree through the Complete2Compete (C2C) program. Credit is the first Holmes student to receive a degree through C2C since the program’s launch in August. Credit completed her program of study in elementary education on the Ridgeland Campus.
  • Virginia E. Endris to marry Daniel S. Diffy Friday, Nov. 17, 2017
    Robb Endris and the late Ms. LaTresa Williams of Madison are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Virginia E. Endris to Daniel S. Diffy, son of Scott and Terri Diffy of Madison, MS. The two will be joined in marriage on Friday, November 17, 2017.
  • Boyce and Daniels Exchange Wedding Vows July 30 at The South
    Madeline Grace Boyce and Jacob Blake Daniels were united in marriage at six o'clock in the evening on July 30, 2016 at The South in Jackson, Mississippi.
  • Madison Central Speech and Debate wins 2nd overall
    The Madison Central Speech and Debate Team continued it's successful season this past weekend at the DeSoto Central Tournament held in Southaven. The team earned second place overall sweepstakes continuing their placement in the top three at each tournament since the beginning of the year, despite bringing a small squad of only sixteen members. Also, every team member present ended up breaking to quarterfinals or higher in at least one of their events.
  • Bryant joins Barrett Design Studio as designer
    Jackson - Barrett Design Studio is pleased to announce that Katrina Bryant, Allied ASID, has joined the firm as a staff designer.  Katrina has over 20 years of experience as a designer.  Prior to joining Barrett Design Studio
  • Ridgeland resident Deborah Gilbert receives national community college award for work with MCCB
    Deborah J. Gilbert of Ridgeland, Deputy Executive Director for Finance and Administration at the Mississippi Community College Board, has been awarded the national Community College Budget Officers (CCBO) inaugural Bob Hassmiller Award for Humanitarian Service. 
  • Alison Louise Murphy and Benjamin Rawson Hawthorne
    Mr and Mrs. Thomas Matthew Murphy of Canton announce the engagement of their daughter Alison Louise Murphy to Benjamin Rawson Hawthorne son of Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas Hawthorne of Madison. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Perry Murphy and the late Marilyn Black Murphy of Canton and the late Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ladell Fortenberry of Rehobeth. Miss Murphy is a graduate of Canton Academy and Delta State university with a bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences . In 2009 she received her
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