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Representatives of CN, America in Bloom and Mississippi Urban Forest Council, along with volunteers from Too Soon and the city of Madison, met at the Children's Memorial Garden at Strawberry Patch Park on Monday to recognize the progress of the planting of trees, flowers and bushes, funded by a CN grant. Those gathered included, front row, Kim Kelly, Bill Hahn, Cathy Files, Cordie Rodenbaugh, Donna Yowell and Christine Kelly; back row, Steve Browning, Miriam Ethridge, Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler, Rufus Trevillion, Devin Chocklin and Gary Tolbert.
Representatives of CN, America in Bloom and Mississippi Urban Forest Council, along with volunteers from Too Soon and the city of Madison, met at the Children's Memorial Garden at Strawberry Patch Park on Monday to recognize the progress of the planting of trees, flowers and bushes, funded by a CN grant. Those gathered included, front row, Kim Kelly, Bill Hahn, Cathy Files, Cordie Rodenbaugh, Donna Yowell and Christine Kelly; back row, Steve Browning, Miriam Ethridge, Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler, Rufus Trevillion, Devin Chocklin and Gary Tolbert.
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 12:00 PM
The Children’s Memorial Garden in Madison continues to grow.
  • New restaurant opening soon at Renaissance
    The first Mississippi location of Zea Rotisserie & Bar is set to open — at least for supper — at the Renaissance within the week.
  • HOAs file suit over missing money
    The Bridgewater Homeowner’s Association is suing a private property management company entrusted with managing the organization’s money.
  • Organized group hires attorney to stop landfill
    While MDEQ staff continue to pour over hundreds of public comments from concerned citizens regarding the development of the county’s third solid waste landfill, a handful of area residents are working behind the scenes to lobby lawmakers to kill the deal.
  • Ridgeland celebrates Railroad District with ceremony
    Ridgeland officials hosted a ribbon-cutting last week unveiling the recently christened Railroad District, part of the city’s developing downtown area.
  • St. Andrew’s Upper School Theatre Department’s fall play will be the mystery
    St. Andrew’s Upper School Theatre Department’s fall play will be the mystery “A Murder is Announced’ based on the novel by Agatha Christie and adapted by playwright Leslie Darbon.
  • Board renews mosquito contract
    Ridgeland leaders voted last week to renew an agreement with a mosquito control company after the Public Works Department reported satisfactory results over the last year. 
  • Madison’s White to lead transition for Gov. Reeves
    Madison’s Brad White, an experienced politico going back to his close relationship with Kirk Fordice, will lead Gov.-Elect Tate Reeves’ transition team.
  • Ridgeland police buying new radios
    The Ridgeland Police Department has received financing for a more than half a million-dollar agreement to cover Motorola walkie talkies and communication equipment department-wide for the next 20 years.
  • The Ridgeland Choir, under the direction of Rachel Landrum and assistant director  Tommy Creel, in collaboration with The Pearl Singers from Pearl High School under the direction of Mrs. Angie Rawls and Mr. Andrew Beasley, will perform John Rutter’s Gloria, a
  • Madison Central High School 2019-2020 homecoming court
    Madison Central High School 2019-2020 homecoming court is pictured. Front row left to right are the littles Rowan Portera, Oliver Boothe, Sadie Bramlett and Kinley Peacock.
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