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Todd Moudy
Todd Moudy
Wednesday, December 12, 2018 12:00 PM
Approximately seventy-five law enforcement officers from multiple agencies, including eight K-9 units, converged on an abandoned house off Ramage Road and Mississippi Highway 43 before noon Tuesday unaware of what waited for them inside. 
  • Supes demand cleanup of dirty apartments
    Madison County supervisors have given low-income housing partnerships in Canton until January to clean up three different overgrown lots, some with trash and other debris. 
  • Judge applies for drug court grant
    Madison County is applying for a piece of an overall $10 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help fund the adult drug court. 
  • Aldermen table plans over look of building
    RIDGELAND — Aldermen last week tabled a local firm’s request to build a countertop warehouse behind their Cole Street location that would store and display masonry, citing concerns over the building’s aesthetic design.
  • Museum unveils new learning tool for kids
    The Mississippi Children’s Museum recently revealed its new Rigamajig play system – granted by Morgan Stanley and the national non-profit KaBOOM!.
  • Search continues for new Canton superintendent
    The Canton Public Schools Board of Trustees has narrowed its search for a new superintendent from 19 down to two, the district announced in a release this week. 
  • R’land receives check for wreck
    The Police Department received an insurance check for a police cruiser that was involved in a one-car accident last month, Police Chief John Neal told the board of aldermen last week.
  • Woman killed in Trace wreck
    A 28-year-old Vicksburg woman was killed in a single car accident on the Natchez Trace Parkway in Madison County on Sunday.
  • Alderman, school member arrested for voter fraud
    A Canton alderwoman, Canton Public Schools board member and former fire chief are among the seven people arrested last week on multiple counts of voter fraud stemming back to the 2017 Canton municipal elections. 
  • Ridgeland pulls out of MCWA
    The City of Ridgeland is withdrawing from the Madison County Wastewater Authority, Mayor Gene F. McGee confirmed last week.
  • Canton alderwoman, school board member indicted for voter fraud

    A Canton alderwoman and Canton Public Schools board member were among six people arrested at 5 a.m. today on multiple counts of voter fraud stemming back to the 2017 Canton municipal elections. 

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