Halloween guidelines for tonight

All County municipalities have designated today, Tuesday, Oct. 31, for trick-or-treating activities.

DUNCAN/Peter’s denial

If you have your Bibles, I invite you to turn with me to Matthew chapter 26 verses 69 – 75. Here is recorded the sad, but true story of the triple denial of Jesus by His disciple, Peter.

Church choir visits nursing home

First Baptist Church of Flora Senior Choir visited Madison County Nursing Home on Thursday, October 19. There were 41residents in attendance. 

McGee signs fire proclamation

Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee signs a proclamation designating October 8 – 14 as Fire Prevention Week. 

THOMAS/No Palestinian state

On “60 Minutes” recently, President Biden said he thinks it would be a “mistake … for Israel to occupy … Gaza again.” He also conceded that eliminating Hamas and Hezbollah in Lebanon “is a necessary requirement.”

Wreck stalls traffic on I-55

A single-vehicle rollover with no injuries slowed traffic for about an hour on Friday northbound on Interstate 55 near the Gluckstadt Road exit, authorities say. 

Man charged with uttering forgery

GLUCKSATDT- A Jackson man was arrested for attempting to pass a fake tax return at a bank here last week.

A Ridgeland firefighter and Madison police officer were recognized as First Responder of the Year by the Keesler Federal Credit Union.

Ridgeland man killed in early-morning Trace wreck

RIDGELAND — One person died and three others were injured in a single-vehicle accident that briefly closed the Natchez Trace here last Friday.

Out-of-state check forgery ring busted by Madison PD

MADISON — Five people were arrested last week in a conspiracy involving fraudulent check writing here.

Medical marijuana dispensary opens in Canton

A new medical cannabis dispensary held a ribbon cutting Thursday for their brand new Canton location.

Trio fleeing from police arrested after chase

MADISON — A Memphis trio has been arrested and charged in connection with a felony shoplifting case that led to a high-speed pursuit on the interstate.

Tax Collector fails to pay Canton tax money

Madison County never paid the city of Canton up to $475,000 in over-collected ad valorem tax payments that the Tax Collector’s Office has been unable to explain. 

The Ridgeland Historical Society, the Historical Committee, City officials, and staff hosted the special event on Oct. 25 to highlight and celebrate Ridgeland’s history. 

MADISON – The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (ASFP) is hosting a walk on Oct. 21 at Strawberry Patch Park to spread awareness and hope to those affected by suicide, including those who have experienced a loss.

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. 

Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler has officially signed a proclamation recognizing October 8 to October 14 as Fire Prevention Awareness week in Madison. 

Veterans Town Hall set for Oct. 25

Madison County is holding a Veteran’s Town Hall in Canton on Oct. 25 to offer vital information for veterans. 

JA to perform ‘Peter Pan’

Audiences will be enchanted as Peter Pan, Wendy, and her siblings fly to adventures in Neverland in Jackson Academy’s production of “Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure.”

13-year-old charged in shooting death of Canton teen

CANTON — A 13-year-old boy has been charged in the shooting death of another juvenile at a residence here earlier this month.

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