Veterans honored at Memory Park

RIDGELAND — Dozens came as the city held its first Veterans Day program last week in years this time at the Veterans Memory Park in front of the new City Hall building.

Jury sides with Truly in Canton mayoral challenge

CANTON — A jury ruled Wednesday that even though his name was not properly placed on ballots incumbent Democrat William Truly was elected Canton’s mayor in the June 8 general election and can remain in office.

Multi-county chase injures 2 Madison County deputies

The suspect arrested after leading dozens of law enforcement vehicles on a multi-county chase in an Italian luxury car that started in Gluckstadt on Wednesday evening has been identified and faces multiple charges, authorities.

St. Joe hosting Christmas concert

St. Joseph Catholic School eighth grade band members Dominic Weisenberger,

King appreciates coaches acting like family

Ridgeland High School senior defensive end Creighton King said the best part of playing football for his school is his coaches treating him and his fellow players like family and putting them in the position to play their best and win.

Hannan appointed to judicial board

Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike Randolph appointed Madison County Court Judge Edwin Hannan as an alternate member of the Commission on Judicial Performance on Nov. 1.

Jones to lead parks’ senior program

Neely Jones took over as the senior adult coordinator for the Ridgeland Recreation and Parks department  at the end of last month.

MSO’s new executive director brings vision

Jenny Mann’s passion and career focus in music management, fundraising, performance and education make her the perfect pick to lead the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra forward as its incoming president and executive director, MSO leaders say.

Only 56 new COVID cases reported in the last week

Madison County recorded 56 new COVID-19 cases and one new death in the past week, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Wednesday, Nov. 10, COVID-19 report.

Household Hazardous Waste Day set for Saturday

MADISON — If you have hazardous household items such as batteries, small electronics and appliances taking up space around your house, Saturday is your chance to get rid of those items free of charge.

Canton records 7th homicide of year with Richard Circle shooting

Canton recorded its seventh murder of the year last week after police found a man dead from a gunshot wound behind a residence on Richard Circle.

Retired general served country for 41 years

Retired Maj. Gen. Don Roberts of Ridgeland served in the Air National Guard for more than 40 years.

Police searching for Costco area shooter

RIDGELAND — While the authorities don’t know who shot into the vehicle of a convicted felon driving north on the Highland Colony Parkway near the Costco last week, the victim and two other Canton men in the vehicle have been arrested.

Hoy Road widening on track

MADISON — Hoy Road is finally taking shape, the mayor says, and the improvements are expected to greatly improve traffic flow by the spring.

Usage exceeds 1.8 billion gallons

Population growth in south Madison County has necessitated the addition of two water wells currently under construction by the Bear Creek Water Association generating some interest on social media.

Madison City Hall site of Hero Tree for veterans

Madison City Hall is one of several locations for the third annual Hero Tree veterans project this year hosted by Heart of Hospice of Jackson.

Madison Central PTO Board announced

Madison Central High School 2021-2022 PTO board members are pictured. First row left to right - Dawn Russell, Beverly Johnston

Man sentence to 25 years for sexual assault of young girl

A man has been sentenced to 25 years for the sexual assault of a young girl over five years in both Madison and Rankin counties, the district attorney’s office said last week.

Dist. 25 Sen. J. Walter Michel was chosen as a member of the seven-person Appropriations Subcommittee to make recommendations on spending $1.8 billion in federal American Rescue Plan Act funds allocated to the Mississippi Legislature.

Madison woman arrested in SNAP fraud investigation

A Madison County woman has been arrested for SNAP fraud following an investigation conducted by the Investigations Division of the Mississippi Department of Human Service.

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