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Alliance aims to grow businesses in community

Elizabeth Tyler, executive director of the Gluckstadt Madison Business Alliance, says their purpose is to grow businesses and strengthen the sense of community.

The Range offers women’s classes

The Range by Jimmy Primos is offering detailed, hands-on conceal carry classes for women to learn the basics of handling a weapon and how to properly use it. 

Businesses rally to aid tornado victims in Delta

Sullivan’s Marketplace partnered with the City of Gluckstadt and served as a large collection point for items to be sent to Rolling Fork after an EF-4 tornado devastated the Delta on March 24.

Mayor’s Youth Council celebrates first year

The Gluckstadt Mayor’s Youth Council has had a successful first year following a winter coat drive benefitting a local charity.

City’s sales tax collections on the rise each month

Less than two years into being a city, Gluckstadt officials say sales tax from a growing economy has brought a number of city services ahead of schedule.

Germantown Village set to open in mid-2024

Germantown Village is on schedule to open in the middle of 2024, developers say.

Bonds OK’d for police department

GLUCKSTADT — Funding for a new municipal court building and Police department  is moving forward after aldermen approved borrowing $8 million and issuing general obligation bonds. 

GLUCKSTADT — The Germantown Lady Mavericks received a standing ovation and official resolution from alderman last week to honor their 2023 MHSAA Class 6A State Championship victory earlier this month. 

GLUCKSTADT — Two new hotels are planned here as part of the Germantown Village development. 

Reeves’ plan includes $65M for I-55

A stretch of I-55 between Madison and Gluckstadt would get $65 million for widening with another $5 million going toward an access road at the Madison County MegaSite under an $1.3 billion infrastructure proposal announced last week by Gov. Tate Reeves.

Gluckstadt aldermen pass smoking ban

GLUCKSTADT — An ordinance that bans smoking in all workplaces and public buildings was approved unanimously Tuesday night. 

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