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This rendering shows the approved Highland Endodontics planned for Madison.
This rendering shows the approved Highland Endodontics planned for Madison.
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 12:00 PM
MADISON — Dr. Derrick White received the green light from the Mayor and Board of Aldermen last Tuesday to build a new office in Summertree Village on Main Street. New dental office approved for Summertree Village in Madison
  • Police investigating dead goose
    MADISON — An investigation into possible foul play in the death of a goose in the Cobblestone neighborhood here continues after a report was filed on Saturday.
  • Trauma care saves Madison man
    Minutes after her husband Dan was viciously sliced by the propeller of his boat on Lake Caroline, Ann Smith wrapped her arms around him and prayed that it wouldn’t be his time.
  • $1,500 fine minimum for trucks littering
    In an effort to curb the growing litter problem in the county, supervisors last Monday voted to impose a minimum $1,500 fine for any company hauling trash down county roads that doesn’t tarp their vehicles.
  • Sheriff: Man shot was suspect, video shows what happened
    A 36-year-old Jackson man shot and killed by a Madison County Sheriff’s deputy on Old Natchez Trace Road was a suspect in a house burglary/auto burglary, Sheriff Randy Tucker said Tuesday, shedding new light on the officer-involved shooting.
  • 2 arrested, 2 sought following auto burglaries in Madison
    MADISON — Two women suspected of multiple auto burglaries at The Club Fitness Center here last Friday were arrested over the weekend in Louisiana and currently awaiting extradition.
  • Sulphur Springs sand now surplus
    The Madison County Board of Supervisors declared sand and dirt at Sulphur Springs Park as surplus and will move some of it off the property to fill a nearby hole where clay was excavated for construction of the dam for the 18-acre lake.
  • Ridgeland Chamber, Keep Ridgeland Beautiful team up to plant zinnias
    The Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce and Keep Ridgeland Beautiful have joined together to plant colorful zinnias along city property.
  • Banks loses request in election case
    The Mississippi Supreme Court denied a petition by former District 4 Supervisor Karl Banks to question the legality of some of the 27 affidavit ballots at the center of his ongoing election challenge.
  • Aldermen table Rice Road office approval
    RIDGELAND — Aldermen tabled a site plan and architectural review last week for further discussion that included a warning from the city attorney of possible legal action.
  • Husband charged in double homicide
    A man charged with murdering his wife and stepdaughter in northeast Madison County remains behind bars at the Madison County Detention Center without bond.
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