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Jackson Academy families at the lower school haven't been binge-watching Netflix over the last two months despite getting in a lot of screen time. They have been hungrily consuming videos made by the … more
Federal funding will be sought for a proposed new roadway to get traffic off of the Ross Barnett Reservoir dam. The Pearl River Valley Water Supply District plans to again seek federal funding for … more
A Carthage man fleeing Madison police Tuesday afternoon eventually crashed his vehicle near Camden and was charged with multiple felony violations. The chase began on I-55, went north through the … more
Elwin James Williams, a longtime Madison County Journal and independent photographer who was a fixture at events large and small around the metro, died of natural causes on May 3. He was 71. … more
Madison County has experienced a nearly 40-percent rise in the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases over the past week. Last Tuesday, Madison's total stood at 298 cases. According to the … more
The Journal is offering a free service to help local businesses get information out to the public as they re-open following the coronavirus shutdown. These free listings can be placed at … more
Madison is re-opening Liberty Park and Strawberry Patch Park today to coincide with the easing of businesses restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic Residents are still required to practice … more
Lawmakers shredded the Constitution and ignored their own rules when they took control of $1.2 billion in federal coronavirus relief fund, Gov. Tate Reeves said on Monday. Mississippians … more
Belhaven's Tamar Sharp has been going to OsteoStrong since April 2019 for her hips and spine. She said that doctors discovered osteopenia, a thinning of bone mass and precursor to osteoporosis, in … more
A Madison barber who was forced to close his shop last week under threat of fines or possible jail time has filed a federal lawsuit against Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins-Butler and Gov. Tate Reeves. … more
A temporary injunction granted by a Madison Chancery Court judge has pumped the breaks on the Canton Board of Alderman's plans to remove and replace three members of the Canton Municipal Utilities … more
The shelter in place order that has kept most Mississippians at home for the past five weeks has been a double-edged sword for the Mississippi Department of Transportation. Willie Simmons, … more
Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee recently signed a proclamation announcing May as Bicycle Safety Month. The Mayor urges all residents as motorists or bicyclists to respect cycling and encourage safety … more
Karl Banks will remain as the District 4 representative on Madison County's Board of Supervisors after a special judge appointed in an election challenge ruled in his favor Thursday. Banks, a … more
Divers with the Ridgeland Fire Department are assisting the Reservoir Patrol in a multi-agency search for a Brandon man who drowned on the Rankin County side of the Reservoir on Sunday. Fire Chief … more
A Ridgeland police officer who risked life and limb to save a stranger from a burning vehicle on I-220 has been recognized by the city. Officer Victor Andrews responded to a two-vehicle … more
Fishermen dotted the rocky shoreline off the Spillway boat ramp Tuesday as some teenagers dropped a boat into the water. It has been one week since the Ross Barnett Reservoir was re-opened … more
CANTON — Aldermen voted in a special meeting Wednesday morning to override Mayor William Truly's veto and will move ahead with the removal of three Canton Municipal Utilities commissioners. … more
The body of a Canton Municipal Utilities worker found in a lagoon off of Kings Ranch Road last Thursday has been identified as 59-year-old Lionnel Bacon. Bacon was first reported missing … more
A Madison barbershop owner who opened in defiance of a statewide executive order has been forced to close by Madison Police. Mike Land, owner of Family Barber Shop on Hoy Road, said he opened … more
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