County supervisors are looking to tackle traffic issues on Yandell Road, beginning with the authorization of a new traffic study on Monday.
There was a time in bygone America when calling someone a “hypocrite” or claiming they were guilty of hypocrisy was equivalent to branding them with a scarlet letter or the mark of Cain.
Germantown High School broke ground on Sep. 18 to begin construction of its Performing Arts Center.
Two Gluckstadt firefighters climbed the same number of floors as the World Trade Center on a stair master in more than 80 pounds of gear last week in memory of the 343 firefighters who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.
Mississippi Candy Company owner Leigh Lamkin says her lifelong goal was to teach and own a candy store, both of which she has achieved.
Since Germantown High School opened in 2011, the Marien Corps JROTC program has grown to nearly 200 students and boasts a bunch of awards.
City officials are looking to partner with community members for the city’s first-ever National Night Out slated for early October.
The building is more than 9,000 square feet, according to architectural renderings from Dean Architecture in Ridgeland. The building will house a bank branch in about 2,000 square feet of space. The rest will be office space.
Madison’s Layne Canada and Avery Warf got to follow Jackson Prep librarian Norma Cox across Egypt virtually in their seventh-grade class.
RIDGELAND — City officials hope to have County Line Road paved from Wheatley Street to Old Canton Road in time for the holidays.
Madison Ridgeland Youth Club fall baseball began this week, and for the fifth and sixth graders on the Twins, it was a family affair.
Madison Station Elementary recently welcomed Mississippi
St. Andrew’s student Ryder Hebert was the State Champion in Lincoln-Douglas Debate at the MHSAA State Speech and Debate Championship, held at Oak Grove High School last spring.
Services provided by Methodist Rehabilitation Center of Jackson was the topic of a recent meeting of the Madison-Ridgeland Rotary Club. Doug Boone (left), the center's vice president for development and community relations, spoke to the club about services provided to those who have suffered severe and debilitating injuries.