Angele Latham, The Jackson Sun

Angele Latham

The Jackson Sun

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Recent articles by Angele:

Dog found in Chester Co. reunited with owner in New York after 5 years

Union University student and Chester County resident Abbie Bayless and her roommate fostered a stray English bulldog that walked into their home like she belonged there. The dog ended up staying with them for a few months. → Read More

Jackson Symphony League to celebrate 60th anniversary at annual Crystal Ball

The Jackson Symphony League is excited for the annual Crystal Ball, which will mark the league's 60th year in operation. → Read More

Affordable housing apartment complex to get first repairs in 15 years

The Villages at Old Hickory will be seeing massive repairs in coming weeks thanks to approved loan funding. → Read More

Discussions over American Rescue Plan spending continue

The Jackson City Council met Tuesday to continue discussions on how to spend American Rescue Plan funds, declining to pass a plan proposed by councilmember Paul Taylor. → Read More

Sheriff's Department to begin issuing body cameras

The Madison County Sheriff's Department will being issuing body cameras, a first for the department, thanks to federal grant funding. → Read More

City Council spars over American Rescue Plan funding use

Jackson City Council members argued over how to properly vet ARP expenses Thursday, expressing concerns over justifying costs. → Read More

City officials move closer to finalizing land deal with Georgia-Pacific

Jackson City Council took another step towards sealing the land deal with Georgia-Pacific manufacturing Thursday → Read More

New Crumbl Cookies shop satisfies Jackson's sweet tooth

The New Crumbl Cookies location on Union University Drive has only been open a month, but is promising a bright future ahead. → Read More

Tara Skinner elected as new District 4 city councilmember

New councilmember Tara Skinner has been elected to serve as District 4's representation. → Read More

January city council meeting sees new member, $6 million in American Rescue Plan funding

The January 4th city council meeting was a busy one, from a new member election to massive funding plans. → Read More

Highland Memorial Gardens reopens to the public following repairs, inspections

Highland Memorial Garden Cemetery reopens following state inspections into "leaking bodily fluids" and various disrepair. → Read More

New year, new chief: Jackson Police Chief Thom Corley sworn in to office

New Jackson Police Chief Thom Corley was sworn into office Monday morning, marking a new era for the police department. → Read More

Jackson Animal Care Center now state certified, moves closer to opening new facility

The Jackson Animal Care Center announced its new state certification amidst progress towards opening its new facility. → Read More

Candidates for Harvey Buchanan's District 4 seat speak of passion for change

Candidates for Harvey Buchanan's council seat spoke at the Thursday agenda review meeting. → Read More

AJ Massey announces candidacy for Madison County mayor

School board member AJ Massey announced his candidacy for county Mayor Wednesday, emphasizing his focus on "tomorrow." → Read More

Jackson sees highest hotel/motel tax collection in city history, signaling post-2020 pandemic comeback

Jackson officials are cautiously optimistic regarding the city's hotel industry comeback after a record-breaking year. → Read More

City Purchasing Director Susan White retires after 36 years of city service

Susan White, the city purchasing director, has retired after serving the city for 36 years. → Read More

Phase one of Jackson's paving project complete, phase two to begin in March

Phase one of Jackson's largest single-year paving project is complete. → Read More

City employees could see cryptocurrency payroll conversion options next year, first in nation

The City of Jackson has opened a request for proposal for third-party platforms to allow city employees to convert pay to cryptocurrency, a first in the nation. → Read More

Jackson one step closer to new baseball team, will vote Tuesday

The Jackson City Council met Thursday to discuss the sole bid for the city's new baseball team. → Read More