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Barley’s has exclusive beers

A lot has changed seven years after Greg Purnell opened Barley’s Beer Barn. 

Fitness facility expands to town

The studio, thebarre, opened in April and has been going strong, offering a variety of classes to meet all skill and fitness levels.

Indoor Percussion Group wins state title

The Germantown High School Band spring activities finished this season with good showings at the state competition in Jackson in March.

New Gluckstadt firefighter happy to serve community

For Madison County Native Tony Esquijarosa, the Gluckstadt Fire Department was a good opportunity to turn his service to his country in the military to a more local focus in the community he grew up in.

City to be represented at Pageant

Chloe Carter will represent the city of Gluckstadt at the Miss Magnolia State pageant in Vicksburg in November.

Dew appointed as Madison Schools operations director

Madison County Schools recently announced Ben Dew will serve as Director of Operations for the district. Mr. Dew brings more than two decades of experience in education to the role as a teacher and coach at the high school and community college level.

The Madison County Business League & Foundation 2024 Executive Leadership Class (MCEL) participated in Law & Order Day on May 15, 2024. 

Tri-County Academy baseball wins state championship

The Tri-County Academy Rebels claimed the MAIS 4A Championship in Baseball this month with a 5-0 win over Kirk Academy at home in Flora.

Keep Madison the City Beautiful awarded grant

America in Bloom awarded Keep Madison the City Beautiful with the Canadian National’s EcoConnexions From the Ground Up grant.

Portion of Yandell shut for months

A portion of Yandell Road was closed yesterday for at least two months to replace two bridges.

Supes OK $92M for road work

Madison County supervisors will borrow up to $92 million over the next three years to fund a massive transportation plan focusing on capacity projects. 

Embattled former Madison County Engineer Rudy Warnock is seeking a ninth continuance in his federal bribery and wire fraud trial, asking U.S. District Judge Henry Wingate to schedule a September date due to conflicts with other trials and events over the summer. 

Chef Maya Naholi is looking forward to returning to Madison and bringing her Mediterranean concept downtown.

Jackson Prep claims 6A state championship

The Jackson Prep Patriots finished the season with a 9-4 win over Hattiesburg’s Presbyterian Christian, claiming the MAIS Class 6A title in the process.

I-55 bridge closures are Thursday night and in June

Thursday night marks the last night of overnight lane closures on I-55 at U.S. 51 until June.

Madison Central High School Salutatorian Sophie Gao, left, and Valedictorian Stephanie Ko, right, will be attending Princeton University in the fall.

Supes grill lobbyist over no state funds

The lobbying firm hired by the county for $8,000 a month to influence the state Legislature said Madison County is a “victim of its own success” when grilled on Monday about why the county did not receive an appropriation for roads for the first time in six years. 

Supes hire architect for new annex

A new building for the Tax Collector and Tax Assessor is being considered in south Madison County.

No charges in Madison standoff

MADISON — A four-hour standoff with an armed man and police in a subdivision here on Monday ended peacefully, Madison Police Lt. Micah Taylor said.

Amazon breaks ground on site here

Ground was broken on a new $10 billion  Amazon Web Services center in the Madison County MegaSite on Monday.

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