All students, staff and all people inside of Madison County Schools buildings will continue to wear masks through Sept. 23, school officials said last week.
Madison-Ridgeland Academy 7th grade STEM Lab students Brooks Fondren, Carter Jeffress and Meena Fountain used the scientific method to develop a testable experiment using the physics of bottle flipping.
Madison County took delivery of a new one-of-a-kind 20th Remembrance of 9-11 Rosenbauer 101 King Cobra Fire Truck on the afternoon of Thursday, Sept. 9, just two days before the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001.
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.
Madison County took delivery of a new one-of-a-kind 20th Remembrance of 9/11 Rosenbauer 101 Fire Truck on Thursday afternoon.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Department is requesting assistance from the public in locating Laderrick K. Watts.
Madison County will hold a free household Hazardous Waste Disposal Day from 8 a.m. to noon Nov. 13 at Madison Central High School, 1417 Highland Colony, Madison, that will be paid for with a $75,000 grant from the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.
Five Madison firefighters and four from Gluckstadt are in Louisiana helping with Hurricane Ida recovery, a deployment that could last two weeks, officials said.
RIDGELAND — A large fitness brand with more than 600 studios worldwide recently opened at the Renaissance.
The Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 to abolish a newly formed Megasite Fire District and to place the district’s responsibilities with the Central Madison County Fire District during a regular meeting Tuesday.
The Board of Supervisors during a Tuesday meeting adopted Madison County’s $130.1 million Fiscal Year 2022 budget that includes $10.3 million in federal COVID-19 CARES Act relief funds and the county’s general millage rate of 38.18 mills will remain the same.