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MADISON — A project to signalize two intersections here on the Highland Colony Parkway could take all summer, city officials say.
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Center Players ready for "Grease" performances

“Grease” is still the word on stage June 13-16 at Madison Square Center for the Arts.

Gluckstadt Madison Business Alliance hosting Google business seminar

The Gluckstadt Madison Business Alliance is hosting a breakfast business seminar next Tuesday, with a focus on local marketing powered by Google.

County Line work nears completion

RIDGELAND — City officials say that about $2.2 million in road work that began on County Line Road in March should be completed by the end of the month.

Canton Police still investigating shootings

CANTON — Police are investigating a series of Memorial Day shootings here. Canton PD received a call reporting a drive-by shooting on Canal Street at the Cypress Meadow Apartment Complex at about 4:30 p.m. on Monday, May 27.

Supervisors approve $3M for Madison, Ridgeland

Madison County supervisors last week approved spending the final $3 million of federal COVID-19 relief monies on projects in Madison and Ridgeland. The county received $20,642,090 in American …

Pickleball courts added to Ridgeland Tennis Center

RIDGELAND — Upgrades have been made to the Ridgeland Tennis Center that include improved lighting and more pickleball courts.
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Former governor's son arrested for trespassing in Madison

Haley Reeves Barbour, Jr., 44, was arrested for trespassing at a residence in a Madison neighborhood Thursday morning.

MADISON — The son of a former governor was arrested for trespassing in his own neighborhood here Thursday morning, police said.

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GUEST COLUMN/The danger of do-nothing conservatives

Before I came to Mississippi, I was a Member of the British Parliament for 12 years for Clacton.  Donald Trump’s friend, Nigel Farage, has now decided to run for election in Clacton on July 4th.

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City to be represented at Pageant

Miss City of Gluckstadt Chloe Carter preps for the upcoming Miss Magnolia State Pageant.

Chloe Carter will represent the city of Gluckstadt at the Miss Magnolia State pageant in Vicksburg in November.

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CANTON — Police are investigating a series of Memorial Day shootings here. Canton PD received a call reporting a drive-by shooting on Canal Street at the Cypress Meadow Apartment Complex at about 4:30 p.m. on Monday, May 27.
FLORA — Twenty-two-year-old Karlton Holcomb is living out his childhood dream of becoming a pilot, having recently joined the ranks of corporate pilots at Wheels Up, one of the largest private aviation companies in the world.
A proposed auto parts retailer on Gluckstadt Road is one step closer to becoming a reality following site plan approval from the city board.
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Fans hopelessly devoted to the musical “Grease” will find the Center Players Community Theatre’s current production is the one that you want to see.
A battle is brewing on the Madison County Board of Supervisors to find a permanent home for the District Attorney’s Office, with at least one supervisor wanting the office to be located in the county seat of Canton, no matter the cost. 
LIVINGSTON—Developers behind a proposed 15-bed assisted living facility here have withdrawn their plans after selling the land late last month. 
RIDGELAND—Dirt work is starting on at least four data centers in Madison County, part of Amazon’s $10 billion investment.
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Holmes art students earn awards at 2024 MCCAIA State Student Art Competition

Pictured are Holmes art students (left to right) Hannah Hurst of Jackson, Emeree Moncrief of Madison and Caroline Newman of Jackson. These three students, along with (not pictured) Allison Mott of Madison, earned awards at the 2024 Mississippi Community College Art Instructors Association (MCCAIA)’s Student Art Exhibition and Competition.

Four students from Holmes Community College’s Ridgeland Campus earned awards at the 2024 Mississippi Community College Art Instructors Association (MCCAIA)’s Student Art Exhibition and Competition. Award winners included Hannah Hurst of Jackson, Emeree Moncrief of Madison, Allison Mott of Madison and Caroline Newman of Jackson. The students were recognized during an awards ceremony on Wednesday, March 27, at Southwest Mississippi Community College.

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