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Officials give updates on storm

MADISON- Issues on Highway 51 continue though current estimates say the roadway is expected to open to traffic this afternoon with thousands still without power in Madison County, officials said.

Highway 51 shut down in Madison

U.S. Highway 51 is Madison will be shut down to traffic from Olympic Way to Green Oak Lane while Entergy Mississippi works to repair downed lines, city officials announced at 11:19 a.m. 

Madison County Schools will have distance learning today, due to weather. The district made the following announcement this morning: "Following strong storms yesterday, many Madison County …

Spring event at Sulphur Springs Park

Local leaders will hold an event here Saturday to highlight the Falcon Zone schools and their many accomplishments, organizers say.

Livingston gas station reopens

LIVINGSTON- The gas station at Livingston officially opened under new management on Saturday.

St. Joe to stage musical featuring songs by Elvis

Elvis’ music will come alive on the St. Joseph Catholic School stage this weekend when students perform the spring musical “All Shook Up” for a three-day run starting Friday.

Party City killer loses appeal

The man found guilty in the 2012 deadly armed robbery at the Party City store in Ridgeland recently lost an appeal with the Mississippi Supreme Court.

G’stadt unhappy with modifications

GLUCKSTADT — The developer of Germantown Village here drew the ire of the mayor and aldermen during Tuesday night’s board meeting for constructing buildings at the proposed 35-acre mixed-use development differently than approved during the site plan process. 

Storms down trees on Madison homes

Dawn Foster was in her bed on Jasper Lane in Madison’s Treasure Cove Tuesday night as the first round of severe weather rolled in and a large tree fell into her home. 

Here's a rough animation of what the 2024 eclipse will look like from Madison on Monday.

Germantown class visits Capitol

Mississippi State Senators Joseph Thomas and Bradford Blackmon visited last month with the Law and Public Service Academy of Germantown High School on their field trip to the Capitol.

Ishee serves as Senate Page

Robert Res Ishee of Ridgeland recently served as a page for the Mississippi Senate. Pages generally run errands for officials and Senate staff.

Henning serves as Senate Page

Marcus Edward Henning of Madison recently served as a page for the Mississippi Senate.

Bondurant serves as Senate Page

Ava Catherine Bondurant of Madison recently served as a page for the Mississippi Senate.

McMillan introduces first bill

Freshman Representative Jonathan McMillan (R – Madison) introduced House Bill 1257 to the Mississippi House of Representatives marking his first time speaking from the well in the House Chamber.

Jewish cemetery tour

The Beth Israel congregation and the congregation of the First Presbyterian Church of Jackson recently joined Sunday afternoon for a guided tour of the Beth Israel Cemetery (1860) across the street from the church at 1390 N State Street. 

The 2024 Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors,

UMMC urges caution for solar eclipse

As the Solar Eclipse of 2024 looms, be warned that the face of the sun may not be the only thing that will fade.

Planet Fitness shut down after bomb threat

RIDGELAND — The Planet Fitness on Lake Harbour Drive was one of four gyms in the metro cleared following bomb threats last week.

Ridgeland approves new ‘Gas City’ development

RIDGELAND — City officials have approved a proposed Atmos Energy facility said to include office buildings and a regional training facility under the condition that certain chemicals not be stored on site.

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