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  • Aldermen OK plans for first building at the new Magnolia District
    MADISON — Aldermen approved the final site plan for the first building in part of a new Magnolia District development paving the way for construction to begin this fall
  • Bassett representing Madison for title
    Gracie Bassett of Madison will compete for the title of Distinguished Young Woman of Mississippi 2021 in July.
  • Ridgeland Police help form criminal diversion program
    Ridgeland Police are partnering with an addiction and mental health non-profit to give people in a bad spot a path to improve their lives and avoid serious legal penalties.
  • Madison’s Zack Bailey first in class at Air Force Academy
    Second Lieutenant Zachary “Zack” Bailey, of Madison, bested over 950 fellow cadets to finish top of his class at the Air Force Academy this past April.
  • Supes face issue of expensive study
    Concerned citizens opposed to a third landfill held a press conference prior to Monday’s regular meeting fo the Madison County Board of Supervisors to talk about the stench, fumes, environmental hazards and other risks even though the matter was removed from the agenda at the last minute.
  • Cypress Lake standoff ends peacefully
    MADISON — Police here say that a roughly two-hour standoff with a resident in the Cypress Lake subdivision ended peacefully Friday morning.
  • Back to Business Mississippi grant program going live
    JACKSON — Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced that applications for the Back to Business Mississippi grant program will be live tomorrow, Thursday, June 11 at noon and available on the website,
  • Landfill bill dies in Senate
    Emboldened by the death of a bill in the state Legislature that would have prohibited the development of a third solid waste landfill in Madison County, the developers behind the proposed dump are now asking the Board of Supervisors to take steps to make the new landfill a reality.
  • State-of-the-art Township hotel hits milestone
    RIDGELAND — Developers announced Tuesday that an upcoming Ridgeland hotel at Township at Colony Park, the first of its kind in the state, reached a significant construction milestone with the completion of the building’s preliminary structural framework with the placement of its final steel beam.
  • Minors can skip test for driver’s license
    Teens wishing to get a driver’s license can do so now without a road test by submitting an affidavit to the state Department of Public Safety, Gov. Tate Reeves announced Wednesday as part of a re-opening of the state’s DMV offices. 
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