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Canton will be implementing its first ever charter school in the fall of 2022.  more
Madison County came out from under a mandatory COVID-19 mask order, Gov. Tate Reeves announced on Wednesday under his “Safe Recovery” mandate.  more
MADISON — The widow of the city’s former alderman-at-large here is the first to throw her name into a special election set next month to fill the empty seat.  more
For Jason Price, he wouldn’t be in a position at Ole Miss where he could work with networks like the SEC and ESPN U if not for his skills that he learned from Terry Cassreino at St. Joseph Catholic School in Madison. more
MADISON — Edwin “Ed” J. Deuschle came home from Vietnam in 1970 with a lot of dog tags and an injury that limited his employment until he was called to Christian ministry as a Baptist preacher. more
The Boards of Directors of Trustmark Corporation and Trustmark National Bank announced last week that Gerard R. Host will become Executive Chairman of Trustmark Corporation and Trustmark National Bank effective Jan. 1, 2021.  more
In these verses we see the reaction of the Jewish crowd to Peter’s sermon and Peter’s response to their terror filled question; “Brothers, what shall we do?” The reason for the question is that they were “cut to the heart,” by Peter’s sermon. They looked to Peter and the apostles for counsel because it was clear they were God’s messengers. more
Joe Biden wants to take one of the great American success stories of the past several decades and drive it into the ground. more
Three Petal teenagers suspected in a series of auto burglaries in Reunion remain in jail after being denied bond on roughly eight charges apiece. more
What started out as a journal of hunting memories for Jim Crews has turned into a published book of stories, “Amid the Cypress.”  more
Despite 2020 being a challenging year for everyone due to COVID-19, the Madison County Library System is participating in Toys for Tots to make sure this holiday season is still memorable for the kids.  more
RIDGELAND — UPS is slated to bring 161 jobs with an annual wage of $57,000 to Madison County with a $28.6 million corporate investment in a new package distribution facility here. more
MADISON — An outpouring of support for a hospitalized school resource officer has swept the Madison Central Jaguar family, law enforcement and the community in general. more
Evan Bauer of Gluckstadt likened his experience voting on Tuesday to attending the Egg Bowl.  more
Belhaven University officials announced that they have canceled their decades-old singing Christmas tree tradition this year due to concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The Madison County Economic Development Authority and officials from United Parcel Services, Inc. (UPS) announce the company’s plan to build a new package distribution facility in Ridgeland, … more
Madison police say that two Petal teens are in custody suspected in a series of auto burglaries in the Reunion Subdivision. more
Tri-County Academy recently celebrated Homecoming. Pictured are: more
Madison County Business League & Foundation is proud to announce the Madison County Youth Leadership Class of 2020-21. Pictured are: more
RIDGELAND — Two aldermen voted no on a resolution passed by city leaders here offering the “city’s” opinion on the controversial medical marijuana initiative on the ballot this election.  more
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