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Madison County has rescheduled a runoff in the race for the Republican nomination between Brian Flowers and Thomas Carey to face Democrat Benny Thompson for the U.S. House of Representatives 2nd … more
The Madison County Board of Supervisors made several moves this week to further protect county employees and taxpayers from spreading COVID-19 on county property. The board voted in favor of … more
Students from anywhere in Mississippi will have the opportunity to make the most of an uncertain summer — to accelerate their academic plan by PREParing for the fall semester through a summer … more
A federal judge has dismissed a Madison barber's lawsuit challenging the governor's order closing salons and barber shops across the state. Earlier this month, barber Mike Land opened his shop in … more
Businesses throughout Madison and Ridgeland are celebrating their re-openings by placing green ribbons on their doors to let shoppers know they are back in business. "It's no secret that the past … more
A Lexington man accused of leadin law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase last week before hiding in a wooded area remains in the Madison County Detention Center after being slapped with a … more
A Madison native will continue his collegiate studies this fall in Morocco after receiving a prestigious scholarship. Caleb Ray is one of two University of Mississippi students who recently … more
RIDGELAND — Aldermen on Tuesday rejected a claim made by a contractor regarding a work-site accident that that occurred at the site of the new City Center complex last September. The … more
The Madison County Sheriff posted a note to Facebook Thursday afternoon warning parents of a new illegal narcotic that looks like a popular candy that could be circulating in the county. Sheriff … more
RIDGELAND — Major capital projects taking place are on track for completion despite disruption caused from COVID-19, leaders announced last week. Mayor Gene F. McGee said the $15.9 million … more
Construction continues on the $22 million Lake Harbour Extension project that is scheduled for completion later this summer. "We are on schedule," Mayor Gene F. McGee said. "It is moving along … more
The Canton Mayor and Board of Aldermen won a temporary victory Tuesday when Chancery Court Judge Cynthia Brewer threw out an order of contempt filed by three ousted Canton Municipal Utilities board … more
District 4 Supervisor candidate Jim Harreld has appealed a ruling that upheld the official results from last November's election, which he lost to Democrat Karl Banks by 57 votes. Special Circuit … more
Solomon Smith of Madison celebrated his third birthday on Saturday with a police and firefighter-themed parade through his neighborhood at Cobblestone. Madison police and fire trucks joined family … more
Jackson Academy families at the lower school haven't been binge-watching Netflix over the last two months despite getting in a lot of screen time. They have been hungrily consuming videos made by the … more
Federal funding will be sought for a proposed new roadway to get traffic off of the Ross Barnett Reservoir dam. The Pearl River Valley Water Supply District plans to again seek federal funding for … more
A Carthage man fleeing Madison police Tuesday afternoon eventually crashed his vehicle near Camden and was charged with multiple felony violations. The chase began on I-55, went north through the … more
Elwin James Williams, a longtime Madison County Journal and independent photographer who was a fixture at events large and small around the metro, died of natural causes on May 3. He was 71. … more
Madison County has experienced a nearly 40-percent rise in the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases over the past week. Last Tuesday, Madison's total stood at 298 cases. According to the … more
The Journal is offering a free service to help local businesses get information out to the public as they re-open following the coronavirus shutdown. These free listings can be placed at … more
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