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If you need a last-minute gift for the family at Christmas, then purchase your tickets to enjoy “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” onstage in Madison Dec. 21-23.

Wright joins Cornerstone Mississippi team

Cornerstone Government Affairs announced this week the addition of Kelly Wright, former Director of Government Affairs at the Mississippi Manufacturers Association (MMA), to its government relations team as a Vice President.

Homeless ministry providing food, shelter in metro

Thanksgiving is for giving thanks but the Christmas season is all about giving as well. 

GETTING THE MESSAGE/The wonder of Christ’s love

The Song of Songs presents to us the infinite depths of the love Christ has for His people whom He redeems by His own life. In this section of the book, the glory of King Solomon and the blessedness of his bride are used to depict the believer’s blessedness in Christ.

Business leaders announce state legislative priorities

The Madison County Business League & Foundation on Monday presented its list of four projects to county supervisors as part of their legislative agenda they hope to seek additional state funding to help fund. 

Ridgeland police help raise awareness for mental health

Members of the Ridgeland Police Department will participate in a hike next week to raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention among first responders. 

Livingston assisted living hearing reset

A public hearing regarding the future of a proposed assisted living facility planned at the Town of Livingston will have to wait another month. 

Sheriff’s lawsuit closed after 5 years

A U.S. federal judge has closed a five-year-old lawsuit against the Madison County Sheriff’s Department over racial profiling. 

Lake Caroline service station hearing set

County supervisors are planning to hold a public hearing in January to discuss controversial convenience store zoning at Lake Caroline.

It’s Christmas time on the St. Joseph Catholic School campus – and the school jumps into full holiday mode Sunday, Dec. 10, for the popular annual concert “Gifts of the Season.”

Ridgeland Christmas Parade was a big hit

Ridgeland's Christmas Parade was a big hit on Saturday.

Rain didn't stop Madison Christmas Parade

The rain on Saturday didn't stop the Madison Christmas Parade.

Gluckstadt City Hall accepting letters to Santa

Through Dec. 11, children can submit letters to Santa Claus at Gluckstadt City Hall and receive a reply from the jolly man himself.

Aldermen OK site plan for new storage facility

A proposed storage complex offering roughly 1,600 square feet of space in the Gluckstadt Industrial Park moves one step closer to fruition after aldermen approved a site plan for the first building earlier this month.

‘The Nutcracker’ on display Dec. 2-3

This December marks a significant milestone for the Mississippi Metropolitan Ballet, under the Artistic Direction of Jennifer Beasley, as they proudly present the 30th Anniversary performance of the timeless  classic, "The Nutcracker."

Northbay Garden Club meets

The Northbay-Madison Garden Club met for the November meeting at the Madison Garden Center. 

Chisolm signs with Co-Lin

Madison Central High School senior Morgan Chisolm has signed a national letter of intent to play softball at Co-Lin. 

MRA participates in competition

Madison-Ridgeland Academy recently participated in the 40th-annual Mississippi College Academic Competition on the Mississippi College campus. 

Mayor signs proclamation

Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler signs proclamations for the Annandale Chapter of the DAR with members Kathy Laurent, Myra Cook and Beth Herring in attendance. 

Honor roll

Madison Avenue Upper Elementary 1st Nine Weeks Honor Roll

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