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Search continues for man missing since May

RIDGELAND — Police are continuing their search for a 33-year-old man reported missing here in May.

Mississippi Book Festival this Saturday at Capitol

The Mississippi Book Festival is excited to welcome literature lovers of all ages to its 9th annual “literary lawn party” this Saturday, August 19th.

Man arrested for stealing trailer

GLUCKSTADT — A Southaven man was arrested Friday for stealing a trailer at a business here, Gluckstadt police said.

St. Andrew’s adds new turf, Jumbotron

The St. Andrew’s football team will take the field on a brand new turf surface complete with a new Jumbotron this season, school officials say.

GermanFest cancelled for revamping

Gluckstadt’s 36th annual GermanFest has been canceled this year due to parking concerns and key players being absent, says Father Matthew Simmons at St. Joseph Catholic Church. 

School district sued over alleged abuse

The guardians of a student at Old Town Middle School who was allegedly molested by a now former teacher there have filed a lawsuit against the Madison County School District alleging that school officials attempted to cover up the incident.

Shooter in Northpark shooting shot self in hip, four in custody

RIDGELAND-A Yazoo County gunshot wound victim who shot himself in the hip was among four individuals arrested this week for their involvement in a fracas in which one gunshot went off at Northpark Mall this weekend, Chief Brian Myers said.

Madison Mayor’s Youth Council eager to have community voice

MADISON — Members of the Mayor’s Youth Council are looking forward to having a voice in the community and playing a part in the city’s future. 

Gammon tapped to lead The Citizens Bank

The Citizens Bank President and CEO Stacy M. Brantley recently announced the promotion of George Gammon, III as regional president. Gammon has been named regional president of North-West Mississippi. 

Rings receives health scholarship

Anderson Rings, Madison native and junior at Mississippi State University, was recently selected to participate in the undergraduate portion of the Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship Program (MRPSP). Rings is the son of John and Ellen Rings of Madison.      

Historic marker unveiled at Madison cemetery

MADISON — Montgomery Memorial Cemetery is the latest designation here as a historical landmark due to its rich history and significance to the community. 

County Line Starbucks beginning new remodel

RIDGELAND — After less than two years of being open for business, the Starbucks on County Line Road will receive a facelift, city officials said.

Jackson man killed on I-55 in hit-and-run

A Jackson man was fatally injured in a hit-and-run while walking along Interstate 55 in Madison County last weekend, the authorities said.

Ridgeland aldermen approve plat for Topgolf

RIDGELAND — Topgolf is another step closer to opening here following preliminary plat approval by city officials last week.

Warnock criminal trial moved to October

Former Madison County engineer Rudy Warnock’s federal bribery and wire fraud trial was rescheduled again last week, this time to Oct. 2, following a fourth continuance approved by U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate.

Brannon wins supervisor race, Garavelli next tax collector

About 35 percent of Madison County’s registered voters turned out for Tuesday’s party primaries that included a small slate of local races. 

DUNCAN/The ten virgins

Please turn with me in your Bibles to Matthew 25:1-13. I think you will see three sections in the story. In verses 1-4, you will see the character of the bridesmaids described. You have ten wise bridesmaids and ten foolish

Smith receives Madison proclamation

MADISON — Dr. Amy Smith was recognized Tuesday night with a proclamation from the city declaring Aug. 1 as her day due to her outstanding achievements in the healthcare field. 

Bryant files defamation lawsuit against Mississippi Today

Former Gov. Phil Bryant filed a defamation lawsuit in Madison County Circuit Court last Thursday against the Ridgeland-based nonprofit news organization Mississippi Today and Publisher Mary Margaret White in connection with comments made about him in the wake of an alleged $77 million welfare scandal they reported. 

Fifth Circuit rules against Mayfield family

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals last week ruled for the second time that Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins-Butler and the Madison Police Department were not responsible in the wrongful death of a Chris McDaniel supporter who killed himself in 2014 after being prosecuted by the city for his role in a videotaping scheme that backfired. 

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