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Wednesday, January 15, 2020 12:00 PM
Madison County’s plan to add kiosks around the county to streamline services came one step closer to a reality last week.
  • Supes bring back former fire coordinator
    After restoring former county attorney Mike Espy, the Madison County BOS brought back another familiar face Tuesday.
  • Ridgeland installing signals for Costco
    Temporary traffic lights will eventually be replaced with ornate signals seen throughout Ridgeland.
  • Bainbridge HOA asks for help with roads
    Bainbridge homeowners ask Supes for help with developer
  • Madison fire rating improves to Class 5
    Madison property owners could see a reduction in fire insurance premiums due to an improved fire rating.
  • Supes hire Butler Snow for $150K to lobby
    The Board of Supervisors voted 4-0 to approve a contract to represent its interests in Washington DC.
  • MDEQ tables permit for 3rd landfill
    Outspoken opponents of the proposed third solid waste landfill in Madison County were elated Tuesday as the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality permit board delayed a final decision on the project.
  • JACKSON — Madison Alderman-At-Large Warren Strain has awakened from a three-week coma but remains largely unresponsive, according to his wife Sandra.
  • Inauguration day
    Gov. Tate Reeves, above center, recites the oath of office, as administered to him by Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike Randolph, left, while his wife Elee Reeves, right, holds the family Bible, Tuesday. Daughters Madeline, lower right, Elizabeth, second from right, and Sarah, back, watched as their father took the oath. At right, the Madison Central High School Choir walks through the Capitol. The Choir sang in the rotunda.
  • MRA students rally for alum
    Madison-Ridgeland Academy students donned their best LSU gear Monday to show  support for MRA Alum Saahdiq Charles, the starting left tackle for LSU, prior to Monday’s National Championship game.
  • Supervisors approve raises for elected officials
    CANTON - Employees of Madison County are set to receive fairly significant pay raises following the adoption of statutory increases by the Board of Supervisors last week.
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