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A public hearing regarding the future of a proposed assisted living facility planned at the Town of Livingston will have to wait another month. 
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Ridgeland police help raise awareness for mental health Members of the Ridgeland Police Department will participate in a hike next week to raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention among first responders. 
Business leaders announce state legislative priorities The Madison County Business League & Foundation on Monday presented its list of four projects to county supervisors as part of their legislative agenda they hope to seek additional state funding to help fund. 
GETTING THE MESSAGE/The wonder of Christ’s love The Song of Songs presents to us the infinite depths of the love Christ has for His people whom He redeems by His own life. In this section of the book, the glory of King Solomon and the blessedness of his bride are used to depict the believer’s blessedness in Christ.
Homeless ministry providing food, shelter in metro Thanksgiving is for giving thanks but the Christmas season is all about giving as well. 
Wright joins Cornerstone Mississippi team Cornerstone Government Affairs announced this week the addition of Kelly Wright, former Director of Government Affairs at the Mississippi Manufacturers Association (MMA), to its government relations team as a Vice President.
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Ridgeland Christmas Parade was a big hit

Ridgeland's Christmas Parade was a big hit on Saturday.


THOMAS/A disappointing non-debate

If you watched the so-called “debate” between Florida Governor and Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis and California Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom (a presidential candidate in waiting),


Polynesian restaurant opening in 2024

A popular French casual Polynesian restaurant known as Poke Stop is coming to Germantown Village on the Calhoun Station Parkway next year.

City unable to get post office, own zip code for now

Plans for a new Post Office with a Gluckstadt zip code will have to wait at least a decade, according to the U.S. Postal Service. 

Slaven appointed assistant police chief

The City of Gluckstadt recently announced the appointments of a new assistant police chief, along with other promotions and additions.

Christmas parade set for Dec. 9

The Lucky City will host its second annual Christmas parade organized by Jeannie Robinson a week from Saturday.

Ridgeland rezones acres for industrial park development RIDGELAND — City officials freed up more than 750 acres for development as an industrial park following a series of public hearings at Tuesday’s city board meeting.
Sheriff’s lawsuit closed after 5 years A U.S. federal judge has closed a five-year-old lawsuit against the Madison County Sheriff’s Department over racial profiling. 
Lake Caroline service station hearing set County supervisors are planning to hold a public hearing in January to discuss controversial convenience store zoning at Lake Caroline.
Rain didn't stop Madison Christmas Parade The rain on Saturday didn't stop the Madison Christmas Parade.
Junior Auxiliary presents grants to teachers The Junior Auxiliary of Madison County recently announced the recipients of the 2023 Teacher Mini-Grants. 
R’land seeking new tax for park upgrades RIDGELAND — Raising the hotel and restaurant tax to fund a $50 million expansion of Freedom Ridge Park is a plan city officials are working on.
Flora man convicted in January shooting A Flora man has been sentenced to life in prison in connection with a shooting death that occurred in January.

Canton Academy American Government class visits Supreme Court

Twenty seniors from Canton Academy’s American Government class visited the Mississippi Supreme Court on Oct. 3. Attached for your consideration is a photo from the students’ visit to the Supreme Court. Presiding Justice Jim Kitchens, in the middle of the group photo, gave students an overview of the Judicial branch of government, explained the differing roles of the trial and appellate courts and answered students’ questions about court proceedings. Students were accompanied by parent chaperone Alison Spivey, front row, second from left, and government teacher Tim Busch, at far right, front row.

2023-2024 Madison County Youth Leadership Class selected

The Madison County Business League & Foundation and MCEDA Announce the 2023-2024 Madison County Youth Leadership (MCYL) Class. All public, private, and parochial schools in Madison County, plus Jackson Academy and Jackson Prep, select one junior to represent their respective school in the program. All students are Madison County residents.

Holmes Ridgeland Campus announces 2023 Homecoming Maids

Holmes Community College recently announced members of the 2023 Homecoming Court.

Madison Central National Merit Semifinalists

Madison Central High School is proud to announce its 2023-2024 National Merit Semifinalists and Commended Scholar.

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Celebrating 101 years

Mayor Walter Morrison recently helped celebrate the 101st Birthday of Evelyn Surratt at Heart to Heart Senior Care Center in Gluckstadt.  

Young professionals meet in Madison

Madison County Business League & Foundation Young Professionals hosted their Fall Connections event on Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at Georgia Blue in Madison. 

Apartment unit goes up in blaze Tuesday

RIDGELAND — A fire at an apartment complex here remains under investigation.

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