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Wednesday, July 11, 2018 12:00 PM
The Gluckstadt incorporation trial has been rescheduled until next year.
  • St. Dominic plans new family clinic in G’stadt
    GLUCKSTADT — St. Dominic received approval from county supervisors last week to move forward with construction of a new family clinic on Calhoun Station Parkway.
  • Ridgeland settles suit with local apartment
    RIDGELAND — A settlement has been reached between the city and an apartment complex that  sued the city regarding a 2014 amendment to the zoning ordinance.
  • Nissan announces new Canton leader
    CANTON — Nissan announced on Wednesday senior management changes to its automobile production facility here.
  • Madison Police searching for prescription fraudster

    The Madison Police Department is asking for help from the public identifying a subject involved in prescription forgery. The unidentified black male seen in photos has been known to pass forged and fraudulent prescriptions at various pharmacies in the city of Madison

  • Chamber promotes shopping locally
    Madison the City Chamber of Commerce has begun a fun endeavor to encourage the support of local businesses with its Gold Box campaign.
  • Unmarked units now patrolling Parkway
    Rangers will now be using unmarked vehicles to patrol the Natchez Trace Parkway. After a six-month pilot program showed a dramatic increase in the number of traffic stops for distracted and aggressive driving, the decision was made to order additional unmarked units. The order includes both typical and non-typical law enforcement vehicles such as full size SUVs and pickup trucks.
  • Olde Towne Fourth of July parade rekindled by HOA
    RIDGELAND — The Olde Towne Station neighborhood put on the red, white and blue on the Fourth of July reviving its annual parade.
  • Shad White appointed by governor to auditor
    A 32-year-old attorney serving as director of the Mississippi Justice Institute was appointed by Gov. Phil Bryant on Friday to serve as State Auditor following the recent resignation of Stacey Pickering.
  • Alderman wants to create Highway 51 overlay district
    RIDGELAND — Ongoing discussion about the color of awnings on the Fill and Chill gas station across the street from City Hall prompted one alderman to suggest establishing an Overlay District for Highway 51
  • Supes negotiate Catlett Road rezoning
    Minimum square footage for homes was at the heart of a rezoning involving 9.2 acres off Catlett Road last week.
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