Robotics wins at world competition

Ridgeland High School’s robotics program once again finished the season with hardware from both state and world competitions.

Landfill killed at MDEQ hearing

A new law giving voters the say in new landfill construction was a deciding factor in the the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality denying five outstanding permits for a proposed site west of Ridgeland, officials said.

Gluckstadt is now a city, officially

The city of Gluckstadt is official!


Record keeper to tassel turner: UMMC Registrar gets doctorate

Since taking the reins as Registrar at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2019, Emily Cole of Madison estimates she has accepted about 1,000 new students into various academic programs at the state’s foremost academic health sciences center.

Museum receives national honor

The Institute of Museum and Library Services recently announced The Mississippi Children’s Museum in Jackson, as one of six recipients of the 2021 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor given to

Smith, Gautier win re-election in Ridgeland RIDGELAND — Alderman-at-Large D.I. Smith and Ward 2 Alderman Chuck Gautier have won re-lection. With all wards counted, Republican Smith leads with 1,546 votes to Democrat Poteat Medley 768. Gautier was showing 469 to Walter Young's 231.
Strain wins re-election in Madison landslide MADISON — Alderman-at-Large Sandra Strain has won re-election, complete but unofficial returns show.
The city of Gluckstadt is official as of today The city of Gluckstadt is official as of today, Sunday, June 6, according to the Citizens for Gluckstadt Facebook page.
Livingston spring market runs through July 1 Charlie Clark, who will be 10-years-old this week, contemplates his order at the Crooked Letter Kitchen food truck at the Livingston Spring Markets last Thursday as Kim Darrow prepares a drink.
City approves Southern Beverage design plans RIDGELAND — A beverage distribution facility expected to bring 200 jobs received unanimous approval from city officials last week moving one step closer to the facility’s November 2022 target opening window.
Madison currently enrolling for summer arts program Students from fourth through 11th grades can find their creative spirits through the visual and performing arts by participating in the upcoming 2021 Summer Arts Camp at the Madison Square Center for the Arts.
Police shoot teen accused of shooting uncle RIDGELAND — A juvenile who allegedly shot his uncle in a hotel parking here last week and was shot by police as he fled remains hospitalized.
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Burger chain coming to G’stadt

GLUCKSTADT — A national burger chain is working to bring a new location to Gluckstadt Road with an anticipated opening date by the end of the summer.

Strain cruises to victory in general election

MADISON — Alderman-at-Large Sandra Strain was re-elected with almost 90% of the vote in the city’s only contested race Tuesday night.

Smith, Gautier easily win re-election bids

RIDGELAND — Two incumbent Ridgeland aldermen will keep their seats, according to unofficial returns from the June 8 municipal election in Ridgeland.

Madison teen rebounds from ice storm injury

Before heading to work during February’s ice storm, Dr. Patrick Wright spent the morning pulling sleds behind his riding lawn mower.

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5 named to Germantown Hall of Fame

The highest honor that can be bestowed upon a graduate of Germantown High School is to be selected to the Hall of Fame.

Ridgeland voters go to the polls Tuesday to elect two aldermen

Ridgeland voters go to the polls Tuesday to elect two aldermen.

Madison voters go to the polls Tuesday to elect alderman-at-large

Madison voters go to the polls Tuesday to elect an alderman-at-large.

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