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Frame shop flourishing in Madison

MADISON — Eric Norris loves having his  Image Gallery Frame Shop here because it’s a family affair and he loves his customers.

Entergy investing $30 million in facility at Flora industrial park

FLORA — Construction has begun on the 102,700-square-foot Entergy Mississippi building slated to open in the Industrial Park here this coming June, Entergy officials said.

Keifer’s building in Madison

MADISON — Ground was broken here on Wednesday morning for Keifer’s.

Chipotle coming to Grandview

MADISON — One of the most requested restaurants is coming to Grandview Boulevard soon. 

Gluckstadt rejects marijuana petition

GLUCKSTADT — Aldermen rejected a petition to force a vote on marijuana because there weren’t enough proper signatures. 

Ole Miss student remembered for loyalty

MADISON — Friends and family of an Ole Miss student killed in a hit-and-run accident in Oxford this past weekend remembered him as compassionate, loving and fiercely loyal.

18th Annual Scarecrow Car Show starts Friday

MADISON — The Scarecrow Cruise and Car Show is returning to the Montgomery House this year. 

Remote-controlled planes flying high in Ridgeland

RIDGELAND — A local remote-control plane club is hoping to spread interest in the hobby with a presentation next week that includes videos of “fancy flying,” demonstrations of actual remote control planes and a chance for those interested to try a flying simulator.

Madison hosting children’s event

The city of Madison’s annual “Tractors, Trucks and Big Stuff” event is the perfect place for children to learn all about large equipment such as recreational and emergency vehicles and heavy machinery, according to event organizers. 

Concerts begin at Chapel of the Cross

MADISON — The Chapel of the Cross announces the inaugural season of Concerts in the Country, a series of four concerts performed in the Chapel of the Resurrection on the church campus.  

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Paul is on trial

In Acts 25:1-12 Paul is on trial before the new governor of Judea, Porcius Festus, who replaced Felix.

New Stage presenting ‘The Glass Menagerie’

JACKSON — New Stage Theatre is presenting the American classic play “The Glass Menagerie” this fall from Oct. 25 through Nov. 6. 

MidSouth Renewables investing $5.7M, bringing 47 jobs to Canton

The city of Canton and officials from MidSouth Renewables announced late last month the company’s plan to build a new production facility in the area.

Raines wins MadCAAP Food for Thought Award

Chef David Raines won Madison Countians Allied Against Poverty Food For Thought award for Best Entree with his Wagyu Beef Tamales With Cilantro Cream and Corn Relish. 

Flora’s Brown tapped for Madison branch

Southern Bancorp Community Partners (SBCP), a 501(c)(3) loan fund and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), today announced the hiring of Ralph Brown of Flora as its new Chief Lending Officer.

RIDGELAND- A local remote control plane club is hoping to spread interest in the hobby with a presentation next week that includes videos of “fancy flying,” demonstrations of actual remote control planes and a chance for those interested to try a flying simulator.

Madison Central homecoming

Madison Central High School will celebrate Homecoming on Oct. 28. 

Nissan reaches Canton milestone

CANTON — Nissan celebrated production of its five millionth vehicle at its assembly plant here last week.

Madison planning Festival of Trees

MADISON — Planning for the annual Festival of Trees in conjunction with Hometown Holiday Christmas on Main Dec. 1 is under way here.

Gluckstadt swears in first municipal judge

City officials swore in their first municipal court judge and added two new police officers Tuesday night. 

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