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Madison countians will return to the polls Tuesday in the District 2 election commissioner runoff between a former Democrat candidate for governor and a Republican. more
One year after the Mississippi Justice Institute filed a lawsuit against the city of Jackson, the city council has repealed their buffer zone ordinance that restricted free speech around abortion clinics. more
New Stage Theatre in Jackson is offering a Virtual Audition Workshop for ages 15 and up until November 30. more
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.  more
GLUCKSTADT — A 10,000-square foot addition to a garden center here was ultimately approved on Monday by supervisors after a two-week delay over landscaping at the property.  more
MADISON — Nathan Thompson received time off from work at Kroger to fill in at the polls for senior citizens at high risk for COVID-19.  more
The Madison County School District has transitioned two schools from in-person learning to virtual learning after spikes in COVID-19. more
Christmas has been canceled in Madison County due to the COVID-19 pandemic — well, sort of when it comes to annual Christmas parades. more
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. more
In response to an increase in Covid-19 cases and case contacts among students, Germantown High School will transition to distance learning on Friday, Nov. 13 through the Thanksgiving holiday. more
Amazon will launch a new state-of-the-art fulfillment center in Madison County creating more than 1,000 full-time jobs with industry-leading pay and comprehensive benefits. more
The USA International Ballet Competition (USA IBC) will take the stage in Jackson, Mississippi, June 10-24, 2023. more
The Mississippi Cable Telecommunications Association (MCTA) has hired Mississippi House of Representatives Policy Director Arnold “TJ” Taylor to serve as Executive Director.  more
Merit Health today announced that five nurses in the Jackson metro area have been selected to receive its Nursing Excellence Award. more
County Court Judges re-elected Madison County Court Judge Ed Hannan as chairman of the Conference of County Court Judges. more
Mississippi Early Learning Alliance is thrilled to announce that early learning advocate, April May, has joined their team as the new Coalitions and Programs Director.  more
Krisstel Hunt, CPA has been named director of the Client Accounting and Advisory Services (CAS) department at the professional accounting firm of Matthews, Cutrer and Lindsay in Ridgeland. more
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. more
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. more
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. more
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