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Johnston serves as Senate Page

Caroline Rose Johnston of Ridgeland recently served as a page for the Mississippi Senate. 

Performs at The Blake

Joyful Noise from First Baptist Church Flora recently went to The Blake in Ridgeland to sing and reminisce with the senior residents. 

Hart, Worthy inducted into Hall of Fame

Two Madison County natives were inducted into the Holmes Community College Sports Hall of Fame last week

Harrison named assistant superintendent

Madison County Schools recently announced that Jay Harrison will serve the district as an Assistant Superintendent. For 25 years Harrison has worked in the education profession, serving as a coach, teacher, assistant principal, and currently as the Director of Operations for Madison County Schools.

Lost Rabbit restaurant OK’d

LOST RABBIT — A new restaurant at the Town Center here was given the green light by the county on Monday.

Fentanyl dealer sentenced to 32 years in prison

A Pearl man was sentenced to serve 32 years in prison on a 2022 drug charge related to the sale of fentanyl in Madison, District Attorney Bubba Bramlett, announced Tuesday.

G’stadt Rotary Club in the works

GLUCKSTADT — Local leaders here are working to organize a Gluckstadt Rotary Club, according to Madison-Ridgeland Rotarian and businessman Mark Doiron who is leading the effort.

Madison Central 30Plus Gold Club

Madison Central High School inducted 135 students into 30Plus Gold Club last week.

Scamming results in training

Madison County employees will soon begin cybersecurity training at a cost of nearly $10,000 following the recent social engineering scam resulting in over $2.7 million being sent to a fraudster. 

Supes spend $360K on boardroom

Madison County supervisors on Monday were split over moving forward with a $360,500 remodeling of their meeting room. 

Ridgeland honored in resolution

The Mississippi Legislature honored the city of Ridgeland on its 125th Anniversary last week with resolutions citing its achievements and looking forward to its continued success. 

Madison officers pass motorcyle training

MADISON — After more than 80 hours of specialized training, two police officers here have become the two latest additions to the Madison Police Department Motorcycle Unit.

Highway 51 open to traffic

Highway 51 reopened Thursday evening as just a few hundred people are left without power in Madison County, officials say.

Officials give updates on storm

MADISON- Issues on Highway 51 continue though current estimates say the roadway is expected to open to traffic this afternoon with thousands still without power in Madison County, officials said.

Highway 51 shut down in Madison

U.S. Highway 51 is Madison will be shut down to traffic from Olympic Way to Green Oak Lane while Entergy Mississippi works to repair downed lines, city officials announced at 11:19 a.m. 

Madison County Schools will have distance learning today, due to weather. The district made the following announcement this morning: "Following strong storms yesterday, many Madison County …

Spring event at Sulphur Springs Park

Local leaders will hold an event here Saturday to highlight the Falcon Zone schools and their many accomplishments, organizers say.

Livingston gas station reopens

LIVINGSTON- The gas station at Livingston officially opened under new management on Saturday.

St. Joe to stage musical featuring songs by Elvis

Elvis’ music will come alive on the St. Joseph Catholic School stage this weekend when students perform the spring musical “All Shook Up” for a three-day run starting Friday.

Party City killer loses appeal

The man found guilty in the 2012 deadly armed robbery at the Party City store in Ridgeland recently lost an appeal with the Mississippi Supreme Court.

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