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Ambulances impacted by COVID

At peak times during the COVID-19 pandemic, as case numbers rose and filled hospitals, ambulance personnel reported long wait times for transport patients getting into emergency rooms.

Madison Christmas Parade set for Dec. 4

Madison, Ridgeland and Flora all have Christmas parades set for Saturday, Dec. 4.

Renaissance shop gearing up for holidays

Magnolia Soap and Bath Company located in the Renaissance in Ridgeland is looking forward to a busy and festive Christmas season.

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Danielle Marie Boyce to wed Tyler Anthony Luckino Nov. 24

Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Franklin Boyce announce the engagement of their daughter, Danielle Marie to Tyler Anthony Luckino, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tirro Anthony Luckino of Venice, FL.

Hannah Olivia Blanton to wed Nicholas Garrett McCrory Dec. 12

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dell Blanton of Madison, announce the engagement of their daughter, Hannah Olivia, to Nicholas Garrett McCrory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony McCrory of Morton.

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Crumbl Cookies opening in Madison MADISON — A sweet gift will be coming to town this Christmas when Crumbl Cookies opens in Colony Crossing.
Annie M’s Café bringing Southern cooking to Flora Growing up in the kitchen, Anne Myers was surrounded by flavor, originality and family. 
Was that a kangaroo in Madison? People began sharing pictures of a kangaroo on social media Wednesday that they said was on the west frontage road of I-55 near the Colony Park Monument.
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Miss Mississippi visits MRA Miss Mississippi for America, Lauren McDonald, came to visit with Mrs. LeAnne Pittman’s K5 class. Miss McDonald is an engineer at Nissan. Miss McDonald talked with the children about STEM …
Children’s palliative care program earns bronze medal Palliative and complex care for patients in Mississippi’s only children’s hospital won a bronze award in the Tipping Point Challenge, a national competition sponsored by the Center to Advance Palliative Care and the John A. Hartford Foundation
DAR cleans up Blue Star Mother’s Monument Members of the River of Pearls Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, celebrated on the DAR National Day of Service by cleaning the Blue Star Mother’s Monument in Madison’s Strawberry Patch Park.
Tri-County Academy wins MAIS Class 4A State Championship On Friday night, the Tri-County Academy football team wrapped up their 2021 campaign by winning the school’s fifth state championship.
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Adams considering career in law enforcement

Jackson Academy senior offensive lineman Daniel Adams said he has enjoyed playing football for JA and wants to start down a path toward law enforcement.

‘The Best Christmas Pageant Ever’ Dec. 2-5

MADISON - The Center Players Community Theatre will present “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” Dec. 2-5 at Madison Square Center for the Arts at 2103 Main St.

Rocky the kangaroo back on farm after Madison adventure

The owner of a kangaroo that escaped from a backyard enclosure said the animal is back home safely on their farm in Flora after a 5-mile trek around Madison and northern parts of Ridgeland on Tuesday.

Canton man sentenced to 10 years as felon possessing firearm

Elbert George Robinson, 38, of Canton, received the maximum sentence of 10 years in prison after a Madison County Circuit Court jury found him guilty of felon in possession of a firearm, Madison and Rankin Counties’ District Attorney Bubba Bramlett announced Thursday.

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Veterans honored at Memory Park

RIDGELAND — Dozens came as the city held its first Veterans Day program last week in years this time at the Veterans Memory Park in front of the new City Hall building.

Christmas in Ridgeland

Karen Mckie and Janet Hernandez with Green Oak Garden Center put the branches on a 24 foot Christmas tree outside of Ridgeland City Hall Friday afternoon.

Gluckstadt searching for 1st police chief

GLUCKSTADT – The city taking accepting applications for a police chief.

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