The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has issued an Endangered/Missing Child Alert for 1-year-old Nathanuel Sumner Jr. of Ruleville, Sunflower County, who could be headed south on U.S. 49.

A female pedestrian is in critical condition after being struck by a golf cart driven by a juvenile in the Grayhawk subdivision, the authorities said.

Wreck remains under investigation

A Monday morning crash that sent a Lexington man to the hospital is under investigation, authorities say.

C Spire, a diversified telecommunications and technology services company, is rapidly expanding its fiber infrastructure by rolling out multi-gig service offering up to 2 and 8 gig internet options for residential customers.

The Madison County Business League & Foundation hosted the 10th annual Balloon Release Ceremony on May 17, 2023, at the Madison County Sheriff’s Department.

The Madison Lions Club is hosting their third annual golf tournament to raise money to fund causes like diabetes awareness, children’s cancer research, and more. 

Mississippi Today CEO issues apology

The CEO of a Ridgeland-based non-profit issued an apology to former Gov. Phil Bryant last Wednesday, a week after he threatened a defamation lawsuit in connection with comments an executive and two reporters have made about him in the wake of a $77 million welfare scandal they reported.

Gluckstadt firefighters have been participated in a number of training exercises as of late, including extraction following automobile accidents.

Ridgeland receives $2M for basin

RIDGELAND — The city will receive an additional $2 million in COVID relief funding from the county for stormwater improvements along the Purple Creek Basin, city officials said.

Warnock seeks new continuance in trial

Attorneys for former Madison County engineer Rudy Warnock are asking a federal court for another continuance in his bribery and wire fraud case scheduled to begin next month. 

Madison wants to annex north of city

Madison aldermen last week approved plans to annex about four square miles north of the city that’s drawing opposition from the new city of Gluckstadt. 

Sugar Daze Dessert Shop owner Anna McQuillen said her shop is all about making tasty desserts from scratch and seeing people return to her shop and become regulars. 

An Arkansas-based bank is slated to bring a new location to the Lucky City in early 2024, bank officials say.

Riptide Outdoors has plenty of gear

Supplying fishing gear and outdoor equipment is a side hustle for Riptide Outdoors owner Tyler Newton, but you wouldn’t know it from looking at his fully-stocked storefront off of Highway 51 in Gluckstadt.

Executive Administrative Assistant Janet Brooks said her hands-on work with the city of Gluckstadt has been tremendously rewarding and she enjoys seeing the city change and grow in real time.

Board proclaims Bike Safety Month

The Lucky City has officially declared the month of May as National Bike Safety Month and encourages all citizens to take part and hop on a bike. 

Cody Zumbro said he is honored and humbled to be chosen as the next principal of Germantown High School and is excited to serve the students and family of the rapidly growing community. 

‘Lucky City’ turning 2

The Lucky City is approaching its second anniversary on June 6, and Mayor Walter Morrison said he couldn’t be more optimistic about the city’s future. 

Rice Road closures set for Entergy work

RIDGELAND- A portion of Rice Road will be closed Monday so that Entergy can perform upgrades on power lines in the area, Entergy spokesman Sandy Powlet said.

Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee signs a proclamation designating May 14-20, 2023 National Law Enforcement Appreciation Week. 

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