More than 800 people turned out for the third annual Hangar Hangover Car and Aiplane Show at Madison’s Bruce Campbell Field last Saturday, organizers said.
Miss Mississippi’s Outstanding Teen Tori Johnston was the special guest speaker of state Rep. Jill Ford at Girl’s Day at The Capitol this year.
RIDGELAND — A $2 million project to extend Rice Road west across U.S. 51 establishing another entrance into the new City Center complex is well underway.
Since taking the reins as Registrar at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2019, Emily Cole of Madison estimates she has accepted about 1,000 new students into various academic programs at the state’s foremost academic health sciences center.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services recently announced The Mississippi Children’s Museum in Jackson, as one of six recipients of the 2021 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor given to
Paul Moak Automotive is celebrating 75 years with the same legendary focus on customers and service, from the heyday of in-person sales on Auto Row along south State Street in Jackson to today’s web-driven model.
MADISON — Police are searching for two suspects in a mugging in which a wad of cash in a bank envelope was ripped from a man’s pocket in a Madison neighborhood.
Ken Jacobs attended his final Madison Mayor and Board of Alderman meeting as Ward 3 Alderman on Tuesday after deciding not to seek re-election to the seat he has held for 13 years.
Dale Danks Jr. of Madison is being remembered by the cities of Madison and Jackson for his years of service to both after he died June 9 at the age of 81 following complications from a stroke.
CANTON — Democrat Mayor William Truly won re-election for a third term last week fended off a challenge from Republican Charles “Chip” Matthews.
GLUCKSTADT — The new mayor has a hefty task ahead of him launching Mississippi’s newest city practically from scratch.
In the competitive world of economic development, everyone is looking for that extra edge. Madison County Economic Development Authority, along with nine other Mississippi economic development groups, will get help with that in the form of a 50/50 matching grant from Entergy Mississippi’s Excellerator Competitive Communities program.