RIDGELAND — Lt. Brian Myers, a 24-year law enforcement veteran with the Ridgeland Police Department, will replace outgoing Police Chief John Neal who is retiring this summer.
MADISON – Madison Power Rangers Head Coach Kevin Crothers said the mayor recognizing his team for their undefeated season and championship win was one of the most amazing things he has ever experienced.
Wirt Adams Yerger, Jr., the father of the modern Mississippi Republican Party, a man who chose principle over power and pragmatism, died last week leaving a big void but not without a lasting legacy. He was 92.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mark Henry, Sr., of Madison, announce the marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth Gray Henry, to Taylor Joseph Denchfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Alan Denchfield, of Bethesda, Maryland.
I don’t know when the crawfish bubble began to blow up. I imagine it was maybe around the time the TV show Swamp People became a big deal, or was it the Duck Dynasty guys?
CANTON — A fatal one-vehicle crash on Highway 16 east claimed a Canton woman early Sunday and seriously injured a child, the authorities said.
St. Richard Catholic School Fourth Grader, Mary Catherine Vanderloo did her Famous Mississippian project on the first female NFL referee in history, Sarah Thomas.
GLUCKSTADT – The way to report potholes and submit requests for debris and limb pickup has been clarified by the city.
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.
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 — Aldermen declined to reconsider their March 8 vote to opt out of medical marijuana Tuesday night by the same 3-2 vote.
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.