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City Hall renovations approved by board

GLUCKSTADT — City officials moved forward with plans on future renovations to City Hall Tuesday night with discussions of adding things like a room for a new circuit court.

Ramsey sworn in as Gluckstadt’s 8th officer

The Gluckstadt Police Department continues to flourish with their eighth police offer joining the force on Tuesday.

DA reminding parents to not leave children in vehicles

Madison County District Attorney Bubba Bramlett wants to remind parents and caregivers about the dangers of pediatric vehicular heatstroke.

Neon Night fundraiser Saturday

The Mississippi Children’s Museum is hosting its annual fundraiser, Neon Night, this Saturday where guests will enjoy an evening with glowing neon lights, electrifying music, specialty cocktails, and savory snacks.

Son gives mother kidney in milestone

JACKSON, Miss. – When her kidney failure got to the point that Tawanna Davis was attached to a dialysis machine three times a week, she knew the next step was a transplant.

Mayo by itself is a great enhancer of sandwiches

I really want to take a minute to talk about something controversial that is also near and dear to my heart.

Coin laundry expansion in Ridgeland put on hold

RIDGELAND — The future of a coin laundry business on Lake Harbour Drive here is in limbo after city officials tabled an expansion saying the building is “past its prime.”

Golf Suites purchases Parkway land

MADISON — A GolfSuites entertainment facility near I-55 and Parkway East is expected to open here sometime next year.

Teenager drowns in Caroline accident

A teenager who drowned at Lake Caroline July 4th lit up every room he walked into and loved making people laugh and feel special, his friends said in remembering the young man.

Fourth of July

Tidewater subdivision residents in Madison held their second annual Fourth of July parade to celebrate the nation’s birthday.

Madison County experienced a 5.7% rate of growth last year in overall assessed value of real and personal property putting the total value at $14.5 billion. 

Canton charter school delays opening to 2023

Officials of what is purported to be the state’s first public STEM Charter School originally set to start in the fall announced Wednesday that enrolment will be delayed until the 2023-2024 school year.

Jackson teens sentenced in area carjackings

Three Jackson teens were prosecuted and sentenced in connection with an armed car jacking last year in Ridgeland, District Attorney Bubba Bramlett announced.

Higginbotham named county administrator

Madison County supervisors on Monday named Greg Higginbotham the new county administrator.

Myers sworn in as Ridgeland police chief

Ridgeland Mayor Gene F. McGee said he looks forward to a “new era” for the Ridgeland Police Department after swearing in new chief Brian Myers on Friday.

David’s soul thirsts for the Lord

We are looking at the second half of Psalm 6. David, under the disciplining hand of the Lord, continues to beseech the Lord for relief from the anguish he is in. David feels as if his life is at the brink of death. He says in verse 4, “Turn, O Lord, deliver my life; save me for the sake of your steadfast love.”

Suspect sought after Ridgeland burglaries

RIDGELAND — A lone masked burglary suspect who is believed to have broken into and robbed two businesses here more than a week ago is being sought by the authorities.

Auditions are underway at New Stage Theatre through August for for the upcoming season.

In his 65 years of service in law enforcement, Madison County’s Carroll Phelps said his most memorable case was tracking down the killer of a young Catholic school teacher named Amy Lynn Lackett.

Germantown students compete in D.C. tourney

Germantown rising senior Cade Weathersby said he was shocked and incredibly proud of himself for making it to the quarter-finals in the National Catholic Forensic League (NCFL) tournament last month.

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