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Fit Chef to headquarter in Gluckstadt

Fit Chef owner Kevin Roberts says plans are in place to make Gluckstadt the official new home of his Vicksburg-based healthy meal prep and catering company. 

Gluckstadt’s first K-9 officer now on patrol

The Gluckstadt Police Department presented their first K-9 officer, Boujee, to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen last Tuesday night. 

Board considering helping to fund roadway projects

Aldermen are considering their options in funding two large MDOT road projects in Gluckstadt that involve widening a portion of Gluckstadt Road and a maintenance overlay of Calhoun Station Pkwy. 

Hale named new police chief

The new Chief of Police in Gluckstadt says he is looking forward to keeping the city safe and growing the department.

Germantown Band gearing up for competition this weekend

The Germantown High School Band is gearing up for the first 7A band competition this weekend at Northwest Rankin High School.

City to host first National Night Out on Oct. 3

City officials are looking to partner with community members for the city’s first-ever National Night Out slated for early October.

Board recognizes 2023-2024 Mayor’s Youth Council

The Lucky City’s 2023-2024 Mayor’s Youth Council kicked off their school year by receiving recognition from Mayor Walter Morrison and aldermen on Sep. 12. 

Scooter’s Coffee planning G’stadt expansion soon

Plans for a new Scooter’s Coffee in Gluckstadt are in the works as new development continues on Church Road and Calhoun Station Parkway. 

Germantown JROTC has nearly 200 students

Since Germantown High School opened in 2011, the Marien Corps JROTC program has grown to nearly 200 students and boasts a bunch of awards.

Mississippi Candy Company now open

Mississippi Candy Company owner Leigh Lamkin says her lifelong goal was to teach and own a candy store, both of which she has achieved. 

Firefighters pay tribute on 9/11

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.

Construction begins on new performing arts center

Germantown High School broke ground on Sep. 18 to begin construction of its Performing Arts Center. 

El Sombrero appreciates love from community

El Sombrero District Manager Robert Silvera says the best part of running their new restaurant in the Lucky City is receiving such a warm welcome from the local Gluckstadt community. 

New police department under construction

Gluckstadt broke ground earlier this month on a new Police Department expected to be completed in August or September of next year. 

Trustmark branch nears completion

The new Trustmark branch in Gluckstadt off of Calhoun Station Parkway is on track to open at the beginning of the year, bank officials said.

City project lighting streets

Entergy crews installed street lights along Gluckstadt Road this week as the first of three lighting projects they have slated for the city.

Plans for new Post Office start to take shape

Gluckstadt Mayor Walter Morrison said he has wanted a Post Office for the past two years, and plans are finally starting to come into focus. 

Interchange to spark growth

The $26 million Reunion Parkway extension over I-55 that broke ground earlier this month will open up economic development and relieve traffic congestion here, officials say.

Wayback Burgers serving up quality meals

Wayback Burgers owner Govinda Krishna says his main goal is to make sure each customer is satisfied and that everyone is served with a smile. 

GLUCKSTADT — Residents here can expect a new Pediatric Haven location this summer.

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