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Wednesday, February 14, 2018 6:00 PM
Heath Hall called Washington a “gotcha” game where people make ruining reputations a sport in the wake of his resignation as acting director of the Federal Railway Administration over the weekend following a report he was moonlighting for the Madison County Sheriff.
  • Gunn files bill to fund Reunion
    Mississippi Speaker of the House Phillip Gunn dropped a bill last week that would fully fund a bridge on Reunion Parkway at the site of a future interchange.
  • Board mulling food truck law
    RIDGELAND — Aldermen have begun preliminary discussions on how to deal with food trucks, with a short conversation at a work session last Monday.
  • Field grows to six for Congressional seat as educator enters GOP primary
    A sixth contender has qualified to run in the GOP primary June 4 to fill the Third Congressional District House of Representatives seat currently held by Rep. Gregg Harper.
  • Supes president wants to review tax exemptions
    The president of the Madison County Board of Supervisors wants to take a closer look at businesses and organizations that receive ad valorem tax exemptions in Madison County after last week’s meeting where the board granted one religious society an exemption.
  • Skimmer located on Madison ATM
    MADISON — Police are investigating a possible skimmer device found on an ATM at a BancorpSouth branch at Colony Crossing.
  • Youth Court declares Wakefield an adult in Kingston Frazier trial
    Dwan Diandro Wakefield will stand trial as an adult in the May 2017 murder of six-year-old Kingston Frazier following certification in Madison County Youth Court last Thursday.
  • MADISON — Larcenies in the city led to a slight increase in crime in 2017, according to uniformed crime rate statistics released by the Police Department last week.
  • Titans hosting robotics tourney
    Now that they have made something of a name for themselves, the Ridgeland High School Robotics Team prepares to host the last qualifying event for the state championship on Saturday.
  • Ridgeland aldermen approve updating junk car ordinance
    RIDGELAND - Aldermen removed a criteria from their ordinance governing junk cars that requires vehicle inspection stickers following action in 2015 by the state legislature to no longer require the permits.
  • Appeal declined in  2013 Ridgeland murder case
    The appeal of a Madison County man convicted in 2013 of multiple counts including armed robbery and accessory after the fact to murder was denied by the Mississippi Supreme Court last month.
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