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Madison County supervisors voted in executive session Monday not to conduct a needs assessment that would be used to justify a third landfill in the county.  more
Dr. Rachael Morris remembers well the first pregnant woman positive for COVID-19 to give birth at the Winfred L. Wiser Hospital for Women and Infants. more
Citizens living in the northern part of the county presented a petition to county supervisors last week asking for help with deteriorating road conditions. more
A Madison man has been appointed by House Speaker Philip Gunn to the new Flag Commission to Redesign the Mississippi State Flag.  more
A Ridgeland man pleaded guilty to possession of a modified fully-automatic pistol last week in U.S. District Court. more
The mother of a son who died in a four-wheeler accident in 2016 is honoring his memory with a scholarship to one of her son’s classmates. more
Madison County School District students will attend regular in-person classes starting Aug. 17 as the school district rolls out their reopening plan that includes procedures and guidelines for a variety of aspects from school buses to cafeteria lunches. more
Freshman State Rep. Jill Ford of Madison is among the over 40 legislators and capitol staff that has tested positive for COVID-19. more
RIDGELAND — Aldermen on Tuesday passed a sign ordinance amendment setting rules and guidelines for curbside servic more
RIDGELAND — A one-vehicle accident on Richardson Road Sunday morning left hundreds without power after 200-300 yards of power lines were mowed downed, police said. more
MADISON — Police say counter-protesters outnumbered protesters at a peaceful demonstration protesting police violence held at Strawberry Patch Park on Sunday. more
Some Madison residents have received a letter in the mail from a non-profit called Secure America Now warning Madison may be declared a sanctuary city and encouraging recipients to send money to keep that from happening, but the mayor says that isn’t so. more
Caroline McIntyre represented the City of Ridgeland in the 71st Annual Mississippi Miss Hospitality Competition that began last month.  more
The city of Canton is the only municipality in the county that has enacted a mandatory face mask, which went into effect Tuesday nigh more
A $60 million electrical substation near the Nissan plant will make an industrial megasite much more attractive, economic development officials are saying. more
MADISON — A new barbecue restaurant is coming to town following approval by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen Tuesday night. more
The cities of Madison, Ridgeland and Canton, as well as Madison County itself, are getting a huge fiscal shot in the arm from the final approved bond bill approved by the Mississippi Legislature last week. more
Gov. Tate Reeves announced on Wednesday plans for future executive orders that will add new restrictions to combat COVID-19, including mask mandates for specific counties.  more
Mississippi Metropolitan Ballet of Madison has been awarded a $5,900 MAC CARES Emergency Grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission. This grant is a portion of the approximately $441,100 in CARES Act COVID-19 recovery funding MAC received from the National Endowment for the Arts. In accordance with grant guidelines, the funding awarded to MMB will be used to support salaries for permanent, full-time artistic staff. more
An autopsy report on an inmate who died in the custody of sheriff’s deputies at the Madison County Detention Center two years ago ruled the death a homicide. The autopsy report was signed and released by the state Medical Examiner on Monday. more
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