‘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. 

Mississippi author Eudora Welty would have celebrated her 114th birthday on April 13, 2023.  

Swing Into Summer to honor law enforcement

MADISON — This year’s final Swing Into Summer event is today (Thursday) and will feature a special celebration recognizing the Madison Police Department as part of Law Enforcement Appreciation Week. 

Ridgeland, Flora to hold Memorial Day observance

Memorial Day observances are set in Ridgeland and Flora.

Jackson man receives 40 years for armed robbery

RIDGELAND — A Jackson man received 40 years in prison for the armed robbery of a hotel clerk here in May 2021, Madison County District Attorney Bubba Bramlett announced Tuesday.

6 plead guilty in Canton gang-related shooting

CANTON — Six men have pleaded guilty in a gang-related shooting here.

MDOT commish commits to 55 widening

The $65 million six-laning of I-55 from Madison to Gluckstadt remains in the design phase, although Transportation Commissioner Willie Simmons assured Madison County supervisors on Monday the work is part of the MDOT’s three year plan.

Lt. Perkins receives DAR service medal

RIDGELAND – Lt. Sara Perkins of the Ridgeland Police Department received the prestigious Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Distinguished Citizen Medal on Monday morning for her service to the community and selfless acts. 

Farmers Market returns to Madison

MADISON — The Farmers Market begins June 6 and runs every Tuesday through July, with the exception of July 4.

Bowling alley in the works for Gluckstadt

GLUCKSTADT — A family-friendly entertainment center that will include bowling, an arcade, a sports bar and casual dining is on the way here, developers say.

Madison, county at odds over rezoning

Madison County supervisors continued a vote to rezone approximately 350 acres near the proposed Reunion interchange on Bozeman Road in order to carve out specific exclusions such as tattoo parlors. 

Bryant threatens non-profit with defamation suit

A non-profit news organization is being threatened with a defamation lawsuit by former Gov. Phil Bryant in connection with comments an executive and two reporters have made about him in the wake of a $77 million welfare scandal they reported.

The Madison Back Yard Burgers off Grandview Boulevard appears to have shuttered, with the inside contents being removed, as well as menu signage.

Smith named Alumna of the Year

Dr. Amy Smith of Madison has been selected as UMMC School of Nursing 2023 Alumna of the Year and will be honored at an alumni luncheon at River Hills Club today, May 11.

Madison man sentenced to life for assault

A Madison man was given a life sentence without parole in the October assault of his girlfriend, District Attorney Bubba Bramlett announced on Friday.

Legislators ask board to deny parole

A Madison lawmaker has joined more than 25 of her colleagues in signing a letter asking the state Parole Board to rescind parole for a convicted teenage murderer.

Board spotlights lung cancer

The Mayor and Board of Aldermen on Tuesday night asked for public support to fund things like new treatment and early detection. 

Johnson named principal at Luther Branson school

FARMHAVEN — Ranata Johnson says she is honored and privileged to return home and serve as principal at Luther Branson Elementary east of Canton. 

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