GLUCKSTADT – The way to report potholes and submit requests for debris and limb pickup has been clarified by the city.

‘Lucky City’ growth continues

GLUCKSTADT — Sit-down restaurants and a drive-thru pharmacy could be on the horizon here as a building boom continues and developers continue to invest in the Lucky City.

Schools to review explicit books

Madison County Public Schools will use the summer to review about 20 books that have been challenged by parents as sexually explicit, overtly political or age inappropriate.

Gluckstadt board votes down pot again

GLUCKSTADT — Aldermen declined to reconsider their March 8 vote to opt out of medical marijuana Tuesday night by the same 3-2 vote.

Neal retiring as Ridgeland police chief

RIDGELAND — After a law enforcement career spanning more than three decades here, Police Chief John Neal has announced he will retire at the end of June.

Madison County Schools is proud to announce Mrs. Crystal Chase as the next principal of Ridgeland High School.

Madison County Schools is proud to announce that Mrs. Kara Davis will serve as the next principal of Madison Station Elementary School. Stepping into this role is a natural fit for Davis, who currently serves as an assistant principal at the school.

Golf tourney to aid seminarians

The upcoming Annual Floyd Q. Doolittle Golf Classic tournament is crucial for raising money for seminarians, says St. Francis priest Fr. Albeenreddy Vatti.

Luke Rounsaville, a 6th grader at Madison Middle School, has won the Elementary Division of the Mississippi Regionals Final for the 2022 International Geography Championships (IGC).

Drug Court success leads to recovery

Kim Herrington’s recovery and sobriety through the Madison County Drug Court was nothing more than miraculous, she says.

Madison County Schools is proud to announce Dr. Teague Burchfield as the next principal of Madison Central High School.

MADISON — Hoy Road east of Tisdale Road to Sundial Road will be restricted to local traffic only three days next week.

Scouts recognized for work in Madison

MADISON — Max Sanders said he and his fellow Scouts in Troop 15 had a blast hopping in their canoes and cleaning up Brashear Creek.

Board tables Parkway rentals

RIDGELAND — Plans for a controversial mixed-use development with almost 300 residential units in a live, work, dine and play atmosphere proposed on the Highland Colony Parkway here were tabled by aldermen until their second meeting in June.

Madison County supervisors on Monday voted not to allow medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated parts of the county on the eve of a Tuesday deadline but will allow growing.

Wirt Adams Yerger, Jr., considered the father of the modern Mississippi Republican Party, who chose principle over power and pragmatism, died Monday, May 2, 2022. He was 92.

School books reviewed

Just over 20 books in the Madison County School District’s library collection including books by Sherman Alexie and Toni Morrison on sexuality have been put on a restricted use while district officials review challenges submitted by parents.

‘Parker’s Law’ in effect July 1

State Rep. Jill Ford said House Bill 607, a.k.a “Parker’s Law,” will make sure drug dealers, not people suffering from drug addiction, are convicted and sent to prison.

City of Madison officials stand with police officers following Mayor Mary Hawkins-Butler's signature of the Madison County Law Enforcement Appreciation Week Resolution.

The Mayor and Board of Aldermen signed a proclamation to recognize May 11-17 as Law Enforcement Appreciation Week.

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