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A 1980 Ferrari 308 GTS drives around Renaissance at Colony Park.
A 1980 Ferrari 308 GTS drives around Renaissance at Colony Park.
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 12:00 PM
RIDGELAND — It is not every day you see a gleaming hand-crafted Rolls Royce next to a row of Ferraris and Bentleys around Central Mississippi, but car lovers can get an eye full of more than 130 varieties of exotic European cars and motorcycles at Saturday’s annual Euro Fest car show held at the Renaissance.
  •  Madison Central Speech and Debate excels
    The Madison Central Speech and Debate Team continued its streak of excellence recently at the Northwest Rankin Speaks inaugural Individual Events Invitational. The team only brought 14 students, the majority being novices, and was named runner-up at the tournament. Additionally, the team's Debate Captain, Jack Day, won third place Individual Sweepstakes Winner. 
  • MadCAAP hosts metro area food event
    MadCAAP recently hosted a fund-raiser custom made for lovers of great food available within the greater Jackson/Madison/Ridgeland area.
  • Rep. Harper’s papers at MSU
    STARKVILLE — The congressional papers of U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper have found their home at Mississippi State University.
  • Flora Car Show doubles as Vietnam Memorial event
    Organizers for Flora’s annual car show say that a recent team-up between their event and a nearby veteran’s group ensures that this year’s car show will be the biggest one yet.
  • Belhaven announces hire of new Provost
    After an extensive national search, Belhaven President Dr. Roger Parrott has appointed Dr. Bradford Smith the University’s new provost and vice president of academic affairs.
  • Aldermen approve routes for big trucks
    RIDGELAND — City officials unanimously approved a route for large trucks carrying dirt, equipment and concrete to access the Bridgewater subdivision.
  • Railroad helping to plant new trees
    More than 300 trees will be planted along the Highland Colony Parkway by the city of Ridgeland with a grant from the Canadian National Railroad.
  • Internet ‘out’ at Youth Services
    It turns out getting online at the Madison County Youth Court computer lab is a lot harder than it sounds. 
  • Man begs supes to let him keep pet pig
    A Madison County man begged supervisors to classify his potbellied pig as a pet after he was ordered to clear the property of excessive livestock.
  • Supes increase budget $552K
    County supervisors increased their budget by over $500,000 on the first day of the new fiscal year to, among other things, give raises and pay for building projects.
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