by JFP Staff
Lifelong Jackson resident Richard Schwartz founded his personal injury law firm, Richard Schwartz & Associates, P.A., more than 20 years ago. The firm handles cases involving vehicle accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, drug recalls, product liability, workers' compensation, Social Security, disability and more.
by Dustin Cardon
The restaurant scene in metro Jackson is constantly changing, growing and becoming more competitive. In the last 15 years, we've watched the region become a food mecca, especially with more locally owned restaurants. Here is some of what happened in the metro area's restaurant scene in the last year.
by Rachel Fradette
In 2013, Myrlie Evers-Williams, the widow of slain civil-rights leader Medgar Evers, stood before a crowd of 600 people for the groundbreaking for the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and Museum of Mississippi History.
by Dustin Cardon
The Fondren Set to Begin Construction
The Fondren, a 100-room boutique hotel on the corner of Hartfield and State Streets that developers Duvall Decker Architects, CDA Hospitality and Eldon Development first unveiled in 2014, is on track to officially begin construction in fall 2017.
by Abigail Walker
Eli Juren, 23, spent more than two years serving up drinks as a bartender at Saltine Oyster Bar in Fondren. But over the last few months, the Austin, Texas, native has turned world explorer, doing everything from sandboarding in Huacachina, Peru, to visiting the Taj Mahal.
by William H. Kelly III
The sound of gunshots echoed through the air, which put the Thompson Tank in familiar territory. The "tank" now sits in the parking lot of the Jackson Police Department's firing range off McDowell Road, hiding its existence and its many secrets from the city and the world.
by Cam Bonelli
With event planning, Tasha Rowe says that it's all in the details for her and fellow Embellished Events and Interiors owner Nicole Hardy.
by Malcolm Morrow
The Kundi Compound is the latest co-working space to appear on the Jackson landscape.
by Devna Bose
In the Cohen Brothers building in downtown Jackson, everything from sour gummy worms to jelly beans to chocolate-covered treats line wooden shelves at Sugar Ray's Sweet Shop (224 W. Capitol St.).
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