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Aplόs will have patio seating

RIDGELAND — Patio seating is coming to Aplόs in front of the Malco Theater at the Renaissance, according to architectural drawings recently reviewed and approved by the city.

GLUCKSTADT — Street rehabilitation work is scheduled to begin June 14 in the Ridgefield Subdivision weather permitting, officials said. 

Randy Tyler, a retired career law enforcement officer who had signed on part-time with Madison PD seven years ago because he still had a desire to serve his community, was laid to rest in Madison …

Trimm named director at Trustcare

TrustCare Health, a leading provider of urgent and primary healthcare services throughout central Mississippi and Birmingham, Alabama, is pleased to announce that Dr. Kristi K. Trimm, a board-certified family medicine physician whose practice areas include primary and urgent care, has joined the company to serve as Medical Director.

Escapee thought to be in G’stadt

MADISON — A Clinton man was apprehended while another man remains at large after law enforcement officers here pursued a stolen vehicle into Gluckstadt last Friday, the authorities said.

 Private funeral arrangements for Madison Police officer Randy Tyler have been finalized by his family, Capt. Kevin Newman announced, as the route to the cemetery was made public so members of the public can pay respects.

Hostage situation turns deadly at Crossgates

A drone hitting a ceiling fan could be what set off a suspect barricaded in a home to fire at police on the scene, fatally wounding a Madison Police officer Randy Tyler last week, according to Brandon Police.

Tyler was friend, mentor, hero to many

Fellow law enforcement officers are remembering Randy Tyler as a mentor, friend and hero after he was fatally wounded in the line of duty last week.

Supervisors approve Bozeman rezoning

Despite formal opposition from the city of Madison and several subdivisions, Madison County supervisors on Monday voted narrowly to approve rezoning about 350 acres near the proposed Reunion interchange on Bozeman Road.

Center Players present new show

Once upon a time leads to happily ever after, but what comes later? Come “Into the Woods” with the Center Players Community Theater over the next week to find out.

Siblings share valedictorian title

The Richert family produced their third valedictorian this year with the graduation of Allen Richert III from Ridgeland High School.

Tyler remembered for his dedication

Randy Tyler was a retired career law enforcement officer and signed on part-time with Madison PD seven years ago because he still had a desire to serve his community. 

Police searching for man in battery case

RIDGELAND — Police here are on the lookout for a man wanted in a sexual battery case, the authorities said.

MPD officer killed in the line of duty identified

A Madison Police officer was fatally wounded in the line of duty during a hostage standoff in Brandon Thursday, the authorities said.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/God does rule over the earth

 In the second half of Daniel chapter two, Daniel reveals king Nebuchadnezzar’s dream and its meaning. The king had been greatly troubled over the dream and so angry that none of his wise men could reveal the dream that he had decreed they all be put to death.

DUNCAN/Woe to the scribes and Pharisees

Please turn with me in your Bibles to Matthew 23:13-36. In this great passage, the Lord Jesus Christ pronounces curses upon those religious leaders of His people who were hypocritical, who were outwardly holy, but who inwardly loved not God and cared not for the souls of His people

UMMC’s STORK saving lives

JACKSON, Miss. – When a woman expecting twins walked into the emergency room at Simpson General Hospital in Mendenhall, she was in labor and her babies were premature – and breech.

Herring book signing at Lemuria June 6

A new historical memoir, The Switcher, by Canton native Jim Herring, recounts his political career in both the Mississippi Republican and Democratic parties, shedding new light on both parties’ century-long struggle to hold on to Mississippi’s political preeminence. 

Herring’s book offers insight into political history

The Switcher: Jim Herring and Two-Party Politics book shares the unique perspective on a transitional time in Mississippi politics by the only former member of the Mississippi Democratic Party State Executive Committee to later serve as Chairman of the Mississippi Republican Party.

Madison issues golf cart rules reminder

No updates have been made available in connection to an incident with a golf cart that sent a female pedestrian to the hospital last week in the Grayhawk neighborhood, the authorities said.

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