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Madison police bust up burglary ring

MADISON — Three Florida women have been arrested and charged in connection with a series of car burglaries here last week.

City to receive license plate cams

Alderman approved seven new Flock Safety LPR cameras Tuesday night, which will add to the five cameras already in use in the city. 

Aldermen issue OK for AutoZone architecture plans

A proposed auto parts retailer on Gluckstadt Road is one step closer to becoming a reality following site plan approval from the city board.

New Time 4 Toys planned to open by holidays

A Time 4 Toys location is coming to the Lucky City soon, and owner Jessica Green says she can’t wait to serve new patrons this fall. 

Fit Chef to headquarter in Gluckstadt

Fit Chef owner Kevin Roberts says plans are in place to make Gluckstadt the official new home of his Vicksburg-based healthy meal prep and catering company. 

Gluckstadt’s first K-9 officer now on patrol

The Gluckstadt Police Department presented their first K-9 officer, Boujee, to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen last Tuesday night. 

Board considering helping to fund roadway projects

Aldermen are considering their options in funding two large MDOT road projects in Gluckstadt that involve widening a portion of Gluckstadt Road and a maintenance overlay of Calhoun Station Pkwy. 

Hale named new police chief

The new Chief of Police in Gluckstadt says he is looking forward to keeping the city safe and growing the department.

Topgolf developers seeking tax rebates

RIDGELAND — Developers of the proposed Topgolf development here are seeking about $9 million in sales tax rebates through a Mississippi Development Authority program designed to invest in tourism in the state.

Development sparks fear of rental houses

Developers of a planned subdivision off Yandell Road agreed to work with the Madison County Board of Supervisors to implement covenants to make it harder to rent homes.

Germantown Band gearing up for competition this weekend

The Germantown High School Band is gearing up for the first 7A band competition this weekend at Northwest Rankin High School.

Madison hosts Walk to School Day

Penni Tharp Davis waves to the children gathering for Walk to School Day on Oct. 4, at the Madison Avenue elementary classes. 

Northbay Garden Club meets

The September meeting of the Northbay Madison Garden Club was held recently in the Northbay Club House.

Tri-County Academy Homecoming Court announced

Tri-County Academy will celebrate Homecoming on Friday. Oct. 13. 

Data company moves to Madison

MADISON — Data Systems Management has a new home here with plans to provide high quality services in payroll, accounting, court management, and more. 

House fire under investigation

RIDGELAND — The state Fire Marshal is investigating a weekend house fire here.

St. Joe students collect goods for Hope Lodge

MADISON — St. Joseph Catholic School has collected hundreds of items to donate to the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge, including non-perishable food, paper towels, bottled water, and more. 

CHS rated ‘B’ for first time in a decade

Despite a drop in the Canton Public School District’s overall rating, the high school sported a “B” rating from the state for the 2022-2023 school year.

Conceptual plan revealed for Gluckstadt

GLUCKSTADT — A new city hall, police department, city park, and multi-use trail were just a few things shown off in the most recent version of the conceptual Gluckstadt Village Master Plan Tuesday night. 

2023 Renaissance Euro Fest expecting thousands of spectators

The 16th annual Renaissance Euro Fest is expected to draw thousands this year to see dozens of rare, exotic cars that some can only dream of being able to view with their own eyes. 

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