Two St. Joseph Catholic School art students, Camryn Cassreino and Lillian Boggan, have won high-profile awards in the 2023 Scholastic Art Awards sponsored by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers.
The Madison Central High School Choir performed on Tuesday, January 31, 2023, in the rotunda to resounding applause.
Mississippi’s Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) is in trouble. It has been that way for quite a while. Only no one wants to admit it. Addressing the fault lines in the program is fraught with peril for politicians.
Ice & Vice owner Justin Harmon says part of their mission is to support children in foster care and young adults who have aged out of foster care.
MADISON – Life Scout Wilson Caudell said it felt great to be recognized along with his fellow Scouts for all the work he and his Troop 15 put into rebuilding the Simmons Arboretum bridge.
GLUCKSTADT — An ordinance requiring residential inspections here failed because the mayor says the city isn’t prepared for the volume of work.
Following Kay Pace’s announcement last week she would not seek another term in office, two candidates have now entered the race and will face off in the Republican Primary in August to be the next Tax Collector.
Two doctors who live in Ridgeland are among the large team of doctors, administrators and other staff at the University of Mississippi Medical Center who have established the Mississippi Burn Center on its main campus.
A Jackson man was arrested and charged after leading multiple law enforcement agencies on a high-speed chase that began in Madison and ended in Canton this past weekend, the authorities said.
FLORA — A fatal shooting in Kearney Park is under investigating, the authorities said.
A Canton man pleaded guilty last week to sexual battery of his foster daughter, District Attorney Bubba Bramlett announced.
RIDGELAND — A former Ole Miss football standout and NFL player along with an alleged accomplice were arrested here last week in connection with a purpoted kidnapping, the authorities said.
Madison County Tax Collector Kay Pace announced on Tuesday she will be retiring at the end of this year in order to spend more time with her family and won’t be seeking a sixth term.
MADISON – Madison Central Girls Swim Coach Bridget Carmody said both the boys’ and girls’ swim teams were honored to be recognized by the city Tuesday night for their state championship win last year.
RIDGELAND — The new Mustard Seed Gift Shop opened here last week giving supporters the benefit of shopping closer to home.
Kylee Fountain of Madison recently served as a page for the Mississippi House of Representatives.
GLUCKSTADT — The Lucky City expressed appreciation to all who took part in organizing the first Gluckstadt Christmas Parade with a resolution last week.
MADISON — A popular event designed to help children learn about recreational and emergency vehicles is set March 4 after it was rained out in November
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