In his 65 years of service in law enforcement, Madison County’s Carroll Phelps said his most memorable case was tracking down the killer of a young Catholic school teacher named Amy Lynn Lackett.
Germantown rising senior Cade Weathersby said he was shocked and incredibly proud of himself for making it to the quarter-finals in the National Catholic Forensic League (NCFL) tournament last month.
Incumbent U.S. Rep. Michael Guest won Madison County in Tuesday’s Republican primary runoff defending his seat from challenger Michael Cassidy, a transplant Navy pilot from Maryland.
The Madison County Board of Supervisors successfully received a temporary restraining order to stop a party this weekend dubbed “Freak Fest” off Highway 16 that was advertised to contain stripper poles, a twerk contest and waterslides.
“Blackout” vehicle tags honoring first responders will be available on the first of the month, thanks to legislation supported by state Rep. Jill Ford of Madison.
With the Fourth of July right around the corner, multiple cities in Madison County are prepping to celebrate the nation’s birth with family-friendly events filled with food, activities, and fireworks.
In order to minimize damage to utility lines, Ridgeland officials passed a new zoning ordinance to slow the rate of boring operations in the city limits and hold operators accountalbe.
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 Audrey Harper is embarking on the trip of a lifetime this summer to Italy.
County Administrator Shelton Vance announced his retirement Monday after a decade of service.
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.
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.
MADISON – Bridal Path owner Audrey McCarty said moving her business here near where she grew up is something truly special.
RIDGELAND — City officials unveiled more than 200 trees planted along Colony Park Boulevard in front of Ridgeland High School last month.
GLUCKSTADT — With the Fourth of July approaching, alderman have adopted a fireworks ordinance.
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