Ice shuts down roads, schools

The Madison Parkway Bridge over the railroad remained closed on Wednesday, although city officials said they hoped improving conditions would allow them to open it in the afternoon.

Livingston developers file for bankruptcy

Developers behind the Livingston Township development have filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy on one of the associated corporations, federal court records show. 

Schools, jobs, and infrastructure improvements are at the top of the list this legislative session in Madison County.

Madison County schools will remain closed on Wednesday.

Madison County Schools will close Tuesday due to winter weather.

Madison Beautification Committee

The Madison Beautification Committee planted 420 tulip bulbs around the sign at Strawberry Patch in Madison.  

Hays, Carpenter named to new leadership roles

RIDGELAND — C Spire has promoted two longtime executives to important leadership roles — Suzy Hays to president of the company, and Brad Carpenter to chief operating officer.

While administrative phone lines for the Ridgeland Police Department were down for about three hours on Friday, 911 was working, officials said.

Holmes receives ed awards

Holmes Community College recently received three top-ranked awards for 2024 by, a resource for program rankings and higher education planning. Specifically, Holmes was ranked #6 in Best Community Colleges in Mississippi, 

St. Joe senior selected for U.S. Military Academy

St. Joseph Catholic School senior Jameson Clancy has been appointed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point as a member of the Class of 2028 and will report July 1.

Tuk Tuk Boom to build new restaurant in Madison

A popular Jackson-based fast-casual Thai food and sushi restaurant is bringing a second location to Madison at the end of the year.

Cancer survivor telling story with new book

A Madison County woman is telling her harrowing story of surviving breast cancer in her new book published in September.

Aldermen to review business saturation

Gluckstadt aldermen discussed the possibility of making zoning changes in the future to limit the number of types of businesses within the city during Tuesday’s board meeting. 

Judge staying on rezoning appeal

A request by county supervisor asking a judge to recuse himself in an appeal by the city of Madison over the rezoning of 350 acres on Bozeman Road has been denied. 

A fresh group of almost 80 Madison-Ridgeland Academy seniors recently attended Passion 2024 in Atlanta, a large Christian worship conference for students ages 18 to 25.

Jackson man suspected in car burglaries

RIDGELAND — A Jackson man has been arrested after he fled authorities on foot with a stolen rifle last month.

No suspects in Canton murder

CANTON — The body of a man with a gunshot wound who was dumped out of a vehicle here on Christmas Eve remains under investigation.

Gluckstadt police arrest 1 in theft at auto dealership

GLUCKSTADT — A Yazoo City man has been charged with grand larceny after a new Camaro was driven off the lot after hours at Mac Haik Chevrolet here in early December. 

Supervisor questions attorney’s contract

Newly-seated District 1 Supervisor Casey Brannon came out swinging Tuesday against Board Attorney Mike Espy over concerns about billing and representation for the county. 

Citizens threatened with removal

Tensions erupted Tuesday over plans for a controversial Lake Caroline convenience store with the president of the Board of Supervisors threatening to remove residents.

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