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Jury convicts man as habitual offender

A Canton man is set to receive a sentence as an habitué offender after being convicted on two more drug charges this week.

Bobby Thompson, senior at Germantown High School, signed to play football at Jones College.

On Jan. 20, The Rebecca Cravat Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution was honored to award Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler with a Women in American History Award.

Supervisors deny apartment complex

A 50-unit boutique apartment development was denied by the Board of Supervisors after nearby residents, including church leaders, raised concerns.

Lost Rabbit developers hope to have a 40-slip marina ready by the end of March.

Former longtime Ward 4 Alderman Steve Hickok has died, Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins-Butler announced Friday evening.

Madison Countian’s last chance for free trees is Saturday at the Colony Crossing Kroger in Madison.

Foster brothers share hope

MADISON — Ron Veazey, Jr. retired from a long career in banking to take on a passion of his, giving hope to children who are often hopeless.

‘Queer Bible’ display draws ire

RIDGELAND — Several books being displayed prominently at the public library here including “The Queer Bible” have drawn the concern of citizens over the political nature.

RIDGELAND — Owners of an eight-court volleyball facility under construction off of Lake Harbour Drive say they hope to open in mid-March.

A Ridgeland man who was already a registered sex offender has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the possession of more than 1,000 images and videos depicting the sexual abuse of children, according to Attorney General Lynn Fitch.

JACKSON – New Stage opens the season with a passionate ode to the power and truth of the Blues and is set in the heart of the Mississippi Delta.

RIDGELAND — A “more local, more downtown” walkable Jackson Street is the aim of a plan here after a Memphis firm was hired this week to assist in the planning and design of the long-discussed project.

A new minimally invasive option for hysterectomy procedures is now available to central Mississippi patients. Known as vaginal natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (vNOTES),

A separate judicial district to prosecute cases in the heart of Jackson is one of the most effective ways to combat record violent crime that is spilling over into the suburbs, some state officials have said.

RIDGELAND — Several books being displayed prominently at the public library here including “The Queer Bible” have drawn the concern of citizens over the political nature.

Creating a separate judicial district in Jackson to prosecute and adjudicate cases is one of the most effective ways to combat the soaring crime rate, State Auditor Shad White said on Thursday.

Before the Madison the City Chamber of Chamber disbanded last year, board members distributed more than $275,000 to several charities.

Preservationists clash with developers

Preservationists and developers are clashing over a proposed convenience store on Gluckstadt Road near the historic Chapel of the Cross.

Rep. Jill Ford had hoped her proposed medical marijuana bill would have gotten some consideration. It did not.

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