One year after the Mississippi Justice Institute filed a lawsuit against the city of Jackson, the city council has repealed their buffer zone ordinance that restricted free speech around abortion clinics.
Amazon officially announced last week that it will be bringing a fulfillment center to their approximate 69 acres at the Madison County Megasite with projections to create as many 1,000 full-time jobs.
BUCHANAN/Beijing sends Biden warning
Because of Donald Trump, Vice President Joe Biden thundered during the campaign, the U.S. “is more isolated in the world than we’ve ever been ... America First has made America alone.”
Supes spending $535K to study flooding
County supervisors committed on Monday to spend $535,800 over the next 18 months to implement a stormwater management program to study flooding problems throughout the county.
Support pouring in for police officer
MADISON — An outpouring of support for a hospitalized school resource officer has swept the Madison Central Jaguar family, law enforcement and the community in general.
Decorated veteran called to ministry
MADISON — Edwin “Ed” J. Deuschle came home from Vietnam in 1970 with a lot of dog tags and an injury that limited his employment until he was called to Christian ministry as a Baptist preacher.
St. Joe recognized for broadcast program
For Jason Price, he wouldn’t be in a position at Ole Miss where he could work with networks like the SEC and ESPN U if not for his skills that he learned from Terry Cassreino at St. Joseph Catholic School in Madison.
Sandra Strain to run for open seat
MADISON — The widow of the city’s former alderman-at-large here is the first to throw her name into a special election set next month to fill the empty seat.
Madison County mask order lifted
Madison County came out from under a mandatory COVID-19 mask order, Gov. Tate Reeves announced on Wednesday under his “Safe Recovery” mandate.
Sandidge shines at rehab in Madison
Taking on life’s challenges, David Sandidge of Canton is known as a hard-working, inspirational employee at the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services based in Madison.
Starbucks eyes County Line Road
RIDGELAND — A national coffee chain and a virtual reality gaming center are among the new developments approved on County Line Road last week by aldermen.
Ridgeland wants to increase tourism tax
RIDGELAND — City officials have approved a resolution petitioning the state Legislature to allow them to consider a change to the tourism tax the city collects.