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Alicia Turner has joined the Holmes Community College family as an Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) instructor on the Ridgeland Campus. more
Beginning in September, the Holmes Community College Ridgeland Campus will offer a one-year Massage Therapy program taught by Dr. Marquita Webster, LMT, MMP, DPT.   more
St. Andrew’s Episcopal senior student Michael John Davis has been named Volunteer of the Month for July at the Mississippi Children’s Museum (MCM). Davis has been a volunteer since March of 2016.  He has accomplished over 61.20 volunteer hours at the museum!  more
Kim Hardeman of Madison has joined the Holmes Community College family as an Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) instructor on the Ridgeland Campus. more
Canton native Nicholas Beasley has been added to the 2019 National Champion’s, Mississippi Gulf Coast football coaching staff in charge of the Bulldog’s running backs. more
The mission of Enrich MS, a non-profit organization working towards prevention for a variety of issues affecting Mississippi youth, was the topic of a recent meeting of the Madison-Ridgeland Rotary Club. more
The Madison County Business League & Foundation Board of Directors recently announced the election of three new business leaders to serve four-year terms on the board of directors. more
The 2021 MRA football staff is excited for this season while simultaneously enforcing every health precaution for athletes and faculty. more
The Mississippi State Society Colonial Dames XVII Century recently held a Summer Workshop at the Country Club of Jackson. more
The Mississippi Science Fest, the LeFleur Museum District’s signature event, will take place virtually this Friday and Saturday.  more
The Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce will host “A Night in Blue” – a candlelight vigil and tribute to the Ridgeland Police Department, Thursday, September 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the parking lot of Colonial Heights Baptist Church, 444 Northpark Drive.  more
The Ridgeland Tourism Commission recently announced the selection of Savannah Tirey as its new director of marketing and public relations. more
MADISON — Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi and Baptist Memorial Health Care announced this week a high-quality healthcare experience coming here. more
Bruce Campbell Field has received a federal grant that includes COVID relief monies to install weather reporting equipment and other maintenance. more
Madison County Schools students can now receive free lunch and breakfast through the end of 2020. more
Piece by piece, Reservoir officials are securing $132.3 million in funding for the proposed new roadway to get traffic off of the Reservoir dam. more
Mrs. Lynn Britts’ 1st grade class took to MRA’s Jenny’s Garden in search of specific plant anatomy that they were learning about in the classroom. more
District 4 supervisor candidate Jim Harreld has requested a speedy appeal by the Mississippi Supreme Court in his challenge of the 2019 general election which he lost to Karl Banks by 57 votes.  more
Madison County plans to spend more than $132 million in the new fiscal year, according to the annual budget and tax levies passed by the Board of Supervisors last Tuesday.  more
CANTON — Aldermen held a special-called meeting Monday afternoon to override Mayor William Truly’s veto cancelling this year’s Fall Flea Market scheduled for Oct. 8. more
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