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Republican Shelton Vance announced today that he is a candidate for Madison County Tax Collector. Vance has more than three decades of experience successfully managing and protecting tax dollars.

Children’s developmental screenings up

Mississippi has seen a dramatic rise in early childhood developmental and behavioral health screenings. An increase of this type was one of the goals of Mississippi Thrive!,

Madison Central High School is proud to announce its February Students of the Month, Journalism Instructor and Adviser Vicky Williams. 

UMMC hosts Hispanic Day

JACKSON, Miss. – Angela Sarat Sontay angled the colored tips of the auto-injector just so – blue to the sky, orange to the thigh – and thrust the needle into Roberto’s flesh.

Madison Central High School announces teacher and employee of the month, school officials say.

2 hotels planned for Germantown Village in Gluckstadt

GLUCKSTADT — Two new hotels are planned here as part of the Germantown Village development. 

Madison schools may change schedule

Madison County Schools officials are polling parents about the possibility of a modified schedule for future school years, officials say.

Master Gardener sale April 29

Madison Master Gardener Marcia Barron said the Metro Master Gardeners Annual Plant Sale will be filled with plants to purchase, including heirloom and pass-along plants. 

Lady Mavericks capture state title

The Germantown Lady Mavericks took home their first-ever MHSAA Class 6A State Championship on March 4 to end their season with a bang. 

4th graders help pick state fruit

The blueberry will be the official fruit of Mississippi as of July, thanks to a push from the Mannsdale Upper Elementary fourth grade class. 

Warnock asks for continuance

The federal criminal trial against former Madison County Engineer Rudy Warnock scheduled for next month will likely be continued following a motion filed this week.

Canton carjacking ends in Madison shootout

Two Canton men have been arrested and charged in connection with a chase that started in Gluckstadt last week and ended in a four-hour manhunt, the authorities said.

Court of Appeals upholds sentencing in child’s murder case

The prison sentence of one of the accomplices in the 2017 slaying of six-year-old Kingston Frazier in Gluckstadt was affirmed by the state Court of Appeals on Tuesday.

Madison’s ‘Easter in the Park’ scheduled for April 1

MADISON — The city’s annual Easter in the Park event at Liberty Park on April 1 will have a large variety of fun activities for kids, and thousands of eggs to hunt down. 

C Spire invests $114M in central Mississippi

C Spire, a diversified telecommunications and technology services company continues to invest in wireless enhancements across the Central Mississippi area.

Winstead serves as House Page

Jayden Winstead of Madison recently served as a page for the Mississippi House of Representatives.

Volk visits Capitol

Senator Walter Michel recently visited with Michael Volk of Madison, a dental student at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

‘Frozen Heart’ performances set for March 25-26

Mississippi Metropolitan Ballet, under the direction of Jennifer Beasley, presents the full-length ballet “Frozen Heart” next weekend at Jackson Academy Performing Arts Center. 

WASHINGTON (March 15, 2023) – Today C-SPAN announced that students at Madison Central High School in Madison, Mississippi are winners in C-SPAN’s national 2023 StudentCam competition.

Each year, Holmes Community College faculty and staff members select the winners for the prestigious Hall of Fame. This year, the Hall of Fame inductees from the Ridgeland

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