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Wednesday, May 23, 2018 12:00 PM
Former Madison County engineer Rudy Warnock, fired in early 2016, has subpoenaed Madison County Journal records as part of his ongoing $6.3 million federal lawsuit over his termination at Canton Municipal Utilities later that year.
  • Olde Towne Fourth of July parade rekindled by HOA
    RIDGELAND — The Olde Towne Station neighborhood put on the red, white and blue on the Fourth of July reviving its annual parade.
  • School Street detour set for Thursday as Madison street projects wrap up

    The Canadian National Railroad will close the School Street railroad crossing to traffic beginning today (Thursday, July 12.) The School Street railroad crossing will remain closed until Friday evening in order for Canadian National to replace their railroad track crossing.

  • Bear Creek receives perfect water score after state test
    Bear Creek Water Association has again earned the maximum score of 5.0/5.0 from the Mississippi State Department of Health for the drinking water supply.
  • High court denies Ridgeland appeal
    RIDGELAND — The state Supreme Court last week denied the city’s request for a re-hearing in the Costco zoning case.
  • Ridgeland named ‘Healthiest Hometown in Mississippi’
    RIDGELAND — The city has once again been named “Mississippi’s Healthiest Hometown” by the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation, a title last designated here in 2013. In addition to the title, the city won a $50,000 grant from the Foundation.
  • Bright Lights Belhaven Nights announces event details for upcoming music festival
    The Greater Belhaven Neighborhood Foundation (GBF) is pleased to announce that 14th annual street festival, Bright Lights Belhaven Nights, (BLBN) is scheduled for Saturday, August 11, 2018, 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., in the historic Belhaven neighborhood. This family fun event presented by Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, C Spire and The Manship will feature live music on three stages, as well as local, handmade craft vendors and the most delicious food and beverages from Mississippi’s restaurants and breweries. 
  • UMMC employee donates stem cells to perhaps save a life
    For nine years Jessica Dobbins waited for the call. This year, she got it.
       Dobbins was so determined to help someone who needed a stem cell or bone marrow transplant that she signed up on two registries.
  • Supes order citations on fireworks stands
    Madison County supervisors asked Sheriff Randy Tucker on Monday to issue citations to a number of fireworks stands operating in the county for violation of county ordinances.
  • Residents appeal Costco off-site fuel center again
    RIDGELAND — Six of the nine residents who won a Supreme Court appeal to stop an on-site fuel center at the proposed Costco here have filed another suit to stop an off-site fuel center across the street.
  • DA Guest wins GOP nod over Hughes
    Madison County District Attorney Michael Guest handily won the GOP nomination for Mississippi’s Third Congressional District in a run-off Tuesday night by defeating Madison’s Whit Hughes by nearly twice as many votes
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