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Madison K-9 units dominate awards

MADISON — Investigator Chris Picou couldn’t praise his K9 officers Splinter and Roscoe enough for their top performance during the Region 26 United States Police Canine Association Regional Trials and Certification last week.

Man fires at police in LongHorn parking lot

MADISON — A man who shot at police in the parking lot of the LongHorn Steakhouse here Tuesday night was injured when officers returned fire, the authorities said.

County gets $4M for Bozeman 4-laning

A $4 million federal grant will go toward the widening of Bozeman Road from Highway 463 to Reunion Parkway, officials announced this week.

Madison opts out of medical marijuana

MADISON — Aldermen on Tuesday voted unanimously to opt out of medical marijuana.

Three habitual offenders were sentenced last week on charges from trafficking fentanyl to conspiracy to sell cocaine.

RIDGELAND — A Friday deadline looms for the Madison County Library System to accept the city’s terms to continue receiving more than $100,000 in annual funding.

The new Sullivan’s Marketplace in Gluckstadt opened on Wednesday as hundreds of people spent their morning shopping for groceries.

Burglary suspect sought by deputies

The Madison County Sheriff’s Department is asking for public assistance in locating a suspect wanted for charges that include burglary of a dwelling.

RIDGELAND — Jo Dillon may be 73 years old, but her age hasn’t stopped her from earning a black belt in martial arts along with several other ladies in her weekly class at the Old Trace Park Recreational Center. 

Barton Boyll of Ridgeland recently served as a page for the Mississippi Senate.

The city of Madison has opted out of medical marijuana.

Entergy officials say that just short of 900 customers remain without power in the city of Madison following storms that downed power lines Wednesday afternoon.

No self-checkout at new Sullivan’s

GLUCKSTADT – Sullivan’s Marketplace opening here on April 6 will give shoppers a pure feeling of home and family with no self-checkouts, says Parker Sullivan, one of the second-generation owners and a resident.

Madison Police Chief Gene Waldrop has learned two important lessons during his 50-year career in law enforcement that started in Greenville in 1971.

District Attorney warns of fentanyl

In a courtroom packed with law enforcement, the family of a fentanyl victim and the media, District Attorney Bubba Bramlett presented a pink packet of Sweet and Low, emptied it into his hand and showed those gathered the small pile of sweetener in his palm.

EF-1 tornado reported last week

RIDGELAND — An EF1 tornado was on the ground for about six minutes last Tuesday that mostly downed trees, the National Weather Service has confirmed.

Suspect on the loose surrenders

A Canton man has turned himself in after escaping the custody of Ridgeland Police last week.

G’stadt bowling alley in the works

GLUCKSTADT —  Residents here can look forward to a brand-new family entertainment center soon.

Bomb threat called into store

Madison Police have reported all-clear after investigating a bomb threat that evacuated a C Spire store and Starbucks on Baptist Drive and shut the area down for over an hour on Tuesday.

JACKSON  –When medical students Austin and Anna Lauren Winter woke up Friday morning, they weren’t sure where they would be spending the next few years of their married lives

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