Girls’ Day at the Capitol

Girls’ Day at the Capitol taught Macy Williamson many things and she enjoyed sitting in the big chairs, but the biggest lesson was how old the different kinds of marble are in the structure commissioned in 1901.

Madison’s Harper headed to Italy

Madison’s Audrey Harper is embarking on the trip of a lifetime this summer to Italy.

Vance out as county admin end of month

County Administrator Shelton Vance announced his retirement Monday after a decade of service.

Entergy investing $30M in Flora facility

Entergy Mississippi has purchased the former Primos facility and 10 acres, and some 25 adjacent acres in the Flora Industrial Park, and will relocate 44 employees to the site once the property is in service next year.

$1.9M for Lake Harbour turn lanes

RIDGELAND —  Design work has begun on improvements to the Lake Harbour/Highway 51 intersection with a $1.9 million expansion of turns lane onto Highway 51 southbound. 

This award recognizes a boy or girl who exemplifies the qualities and characteristics that the late Campbell Dale and FPDS student from Madison demonstrated during his short life, including empathy, compassion, trust, faith, true to oneself, and a love for others and God.

CANTON – Josmar Hernandez is excelling in elementary school and helping his mother learn English, thanks to the help of the Connect Center here.

FLORA — Chef David Raines, owner of the newly created fine wine and rare spirits shop Raines Cellars, has named Anne Marie Smith General Manager of the much anticipated new establishment. 

Jack Mallette, left, and David Lindsey of Gluckstadt hold up the State Games of Mississippi medals they won in the Masters swimming events held June 4 in Meridian.

Bridal Path moving to Madison

MADISON – Bridal Path owner Audrey McCarty said moving her business here near where she grew up is something truly special.

Ridgeland plants over 200 trees

RIDGELAND — City officials unveiled more than 200 trees planted along Colony Park Boulevard in front of Ridgeland High School last month.

Aldermen pass new fireworks ordinance

GLUCKSTADT — With the Fourth of July approaching, alderman have adopted a fireworks ordinance.

The Gluckstadt Police Department continues to expand with the hiring of two new police sergeants Tuesday night.

Gluckstadt’s Junior Miss Isabelle Joiner’s commitment to the city earned her special recognition from Alderman Lisa Williams Tuesday night.

DPS call center serving state

CANTON — A Mississippi Department of Public Safety call center is approaching a year in its new location here and officials say it’s a model.

DSU hosting alumni event June 23

The Delta State University Alumni Association will be traveling to Jackson for the annual Greater Jackson Area Alumni Event at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 23. This year’s event will be held at the Mississippi Children's Museum. 

Suspect sought in Canton shooting

CANTON — A suspect in a fatal shooting reported last week here is being sought, the authorities said.

First Lady Elee Reeves is encouraging a statewide day of service on Saturday, June 18, and urging Mississippians to get involved and find volunteer opportunities in their local communities.

Madison markers unveiled

MADISON — City officials were escorted down Main Street in a horse-drawn carriage Tuesday afternoon as historic markers going back to 1840  were unveiled. 

City Hall now open for business

GLUCKSTADT – The Lucky City officially opened its first City Hall with a ribbon-cutting this week in the company of local and state officials including Lt. Gov. Delbert Hoseman.

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