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Madison aldermen last week approved plans for the first building at the new Magnolia District. The two-story building will face Montgomery Street and construction is expected to begin this fall.
Madison aldermen last week approved plans for the first building at the new Magnolia District. The two-story building will face Montgomery Street and construction is expected to begin this fall.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 12:00 PM
MADISON — Aldermen approved the final site plan for the first building in part of a new Magnolia District development paving the way for construction to begin this fall
  • While most sports are still trying to figure out ways to work around COVID-19 concerns, Madison Ridgeland Youth Baseball and the Mississippi Travel League are ready to get the show back on the road.
  • Mississippi Metropolitan Ballet of Madison has been awarded a $5,900 in CARES Emergency Grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission.
  • The Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and its board of directors announced Monday it has voted indefinitely postpone its annual Induction Weekend for the class of 2020.
  • An autopsy report on an inmate who died in the custody of sheriff’s deputies at the Madison County Detention Center two years ago ruled the death a homicide.
  • The district has released a schedule for the upcoming fall term that incorporates a mixture of in-person classroom time and virtual learning. 
  • Everything Fourth of July related in Madison and Ridgeland has been cancelled. But if you’re still looking for something to do, despite everything being shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canton has you covered.
  • As coronavirus cases continue to pile up across the state, one eatery in Madison has had to temporarily shutter its doors after an employee tested positive.
  • Madison Central High School graduate Kelsey Mayhan is the winner of C-Spire’s Junior Ambassador Scholarship.
  • Mississippi officials held a ceremony Wednesday afternoon to formally relegate the former state flag to history, a day after Republican Gov. Tate Reeves signed a new law removing official status from the last state banner in the U.S. that included the Confederate battle emblem.
  • Several homeowners in an area just four blocks north downtown have experienced drainage and sewage backup issues they say is being impacted by aging city infrastructure.
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