Happy Madison siblings Leo Artman, John Thomas Artman and Daniel Artman enjoy their time at Madison’s Scarecrow Festival on Main Street last Friday.
Madison-Ridgeland Academy crowned Lydia McIntosh as the 2021 Homecoming Queen on Friday night.
Just how much the county’s five voting districts will change is uncertain after Madison County’s population grew by more than 12% during the last decade, officials said this week as consultants were hired, including the controversial hiring of an expert lawyer at $465 an hour.
Raymond and Stephanie Walters of Madison and Greg and Kim West of Waynesboro announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Alexandria Lauren West, to Bobby Garrett Hill, son of Woody and Kim Hill of Grenada.
JACKSON — Dr. Matthew Kutcher remembers treating a patient who was bleeding profusely from gunshot wounds when he arrived at the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s Adult Emergency Department.
Pictured, left to right, are Allie Hart Boatner, Alana Childress, Mia Hatfield, Macee Kirk, Homecoming Queen Kayleigh Kirk, Ellie WIlliamson, Anna Leigh Ainsworth, Mary Ella Brooks, Ashlee Bowman, and Lily Kate Shepherd.
St. Joseph Catholic School crowned the 2021 Homecoming Queen on Friday, Oct. 8, 2021, during halftime of the St. Joe-Sacred Heart Catholic School football game. Students in Grades 9-12 chose the queen from among the four senior maids.
Maggie Claire Thomas, senior, was recently crowned the Canton Academy (CA) Homecoming Queen.
MADISON – St. Joseph Catholic School’s Spirit Steppers dance team took home second place in the Midsouth Association of Independent Schools Spirit and Dance Competition recently, which was the team’s second time ever competing statewide.
Two men have pleaded guilty in the December 2020 fatal shooting of a Canton man whose body was found at the Canton Sportsplex.
Construction workers peer over the edge of the new AC Hotel by Marriott under construction at 221 Township Avenue in Ridgeland, which broke ground in March 2019.
GLUCKSTADT — A domestic dispute that began in a subdivision east of Madison Crossing Elementary School ended Saturday morning with a man being shot dead by law enforcement after he brandished a weapon and charged them at a nearby shopping center, the authorities said.