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Mississippi’s Bicentennial Celebration Saturday December 9th

Thousands of people from across the state and nation will travel to Jackson to celebrate Mississippi’s bicentennial at the grand opening of the Museum of Mississippi History and Mississippi Civil Rights Museum on Saturday, December 9.

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City of Jackson Holiday Parade This Saturday

The City of Jackson Holiday Parade will be held on Saturday, December 2nd, at 2pm.

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Smith Park Restoration

The second phase of a long anticipated multi-million-dollar restoration of one of America’s oldest city parks will begin this week, Jackson city officials and downtown leaders announced today.

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Baptist Memorial Health Care Ribbon Cutting

Baptist Memorial Health Care celebrates opening of downtown regional business office.

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Governor Bryant and MDAH Announce Opening Day and Bicentennial Celebration

Governor Phil Bryant and MDAH director Katie Blount announced the schedule for the opening celebration for the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum on Saturday, December 9, at 11 a.m.

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Baptist Memorial to Move Downtown

The state's largest nonprofit health care system is opening a business office in downtown Jackson that will employ 250 people. 

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Downtown Fitness to Open August 1st

Downtown Fitness, Powered by Baptist Health Systems, to Open August 1 in Jackson

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Roach Street Being Repaved

Roach Street, between Capitol and Pearl, will be repaved tomorrow, Thursday, February 23rd. 

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Lamar Street Closed for Repavement

Lamar Street, between Amite and Griffith, will be closed on Monday, February 20 for repavement. 

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The BID Reauthorized at 95%

The Board of Directors and Advisory Council of Downtown Jackson Partners (DJP) proudly announce reauthorization of the Downtown Jackson Business Improvement District (BID), by more than 95% of the voting property owners.

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