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Wednesday, August 15, 2018 12:00 PM
RIDGELAND — Development on the second phase of Renaissance at Colony Park is currently underway and by summer 2019 plans are to have a six-screen boutique movie theatre and one-of-a-kind show fountain open.
  • Fence in front yard issue for Trace Vineyard neighbor
    MADISON — Residents of Trace Vineyard have been given until Aug. 21 to try and work out differences surrounding construction of a new fence before the Mayor and Board of Aldermen will weigh in.
  • Supes halt lease for drug court office space
    County supervisors held off on approving a lease in Madison for a youth court/drug facility citing concerns over the upcoming fiscal year budget. The proposed location is at 214 Key Drive, Suite 1200.
  • Ridgeland board mulls mosquito spraying, street sweeping costs
    RIDGELAND — Aldermen and department heads hammered out final details during their regularly scheduled work session last week for the 2019 budget.
  • 3rd judge named in Banks case
    The 2011 Republican candidate for Attorney General has been appointed to preside over the outstanding District 4 Supervisor election challenge dating back to November 2015 following last week’s recusal of Special Judge Richard McKenzie.
  • Malouf creating 25 jobs in Flora park
    The Madison County Economic Development Authority announced this week that Malouf Construction is locating its new headquarters in the Flora Industrial Park, investing $1.7 million over the next three years. The company plans to relocate or add approximately 25 jobs paying an average annual wage of $70,000 per year.
  • New guardhouse planned for St. Catherine's
    MADISON — A new guardhouse will be erected at St. Catherine’s Village here following approval last week from the Board of Aldermen on design drawings.
  • Fill N’ Chill color debated again
    RIDGELAND —Developers of the Fill N’ Chill convenience store located across from City Hall here made their fourth appearance before the Board of Aldermen last Tuesday night to discuss the building’s awning.
  • Olde Towne students collect donations for victims of fires
    RIDGELAND — Faculty, parents and students at Olde Towne Middle School are rallying around classmates whose families fell victim to two apartment fires here over the last two months.
  • Pickering headlines chamber luncheon
    The City of Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce will host a special luncheon – Women to Women: A Celebration Luncheon with keynote speaker Leisha Pickering, founder and artist of ideas, Musee Bath next Thursday at the Country Club of Jacks
  • Supervisors switching to United for insurance
    Madison County is switching its self-funded health insurance plan from BlueCross & BlueShield of Mississippi to United Healthcare in an effort to try and save almost $600,000.
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