Foote hoping to draft ordinance governing temporary rentals
From food drives to gift giving, Christ United Methodist Church (CUMC) is working to spread Christmas cheer throughout the Northside this holiday season.
CUMC associate pastor Sheila Cumbest said the church had a record year with their “angel” tree. Each year, they work with five different organizations to find children in need.
No, the Griswolds did not move to Madison. That glow on the horizon is coming from the Richardson Light Show.
In a few short years, the light display has gone from a family tradition of simple holiday decorating to an over-the-top show that takes months to prepare.
The holiday season is here and the grinches are out. The Madison and Ridgeland police have some tips and reminders for Northsiders to ensure their holidays remain merry and bright.
According to Ridgeland Police Chief John Neal, crime increases some during the holiday season.
The city of Ridgeland is on the grow.
This is evidenced by the increase in both commercial and residential developments over the past two years.
The holiday season is here, football season is in full swing and hunting season is approaching. These are a few of Ward 1 Alderman Ken Heard’s favorite things.
When he’s not serving his community as alderman, you can probably find him in the woods, casting a line or traveling to Oxford to watch his alma mater’s football team.
Ducote family working to bring awareness and raise funds for SURF1 research
One day at a time. That’s how parents Andre and Elizabeth Ducote are living with their two daughters Emma and Caroline, after Caroline was diagnosed with a rare, terminal mitochondrial disease, surf1 Leigh syndrome (LS).
Residents in South Madison Fire District could realize reduction in insurance
Some residents in Madison County could soon see their insurance costs drop, as the South Madison Fire District is working to annex three adjacent areas to provide fire protection service.
New equipment at Liberty Park will allow for children of all abilities to play together and help foster understanding and a more inclusive environment for area children.
The expansion at Liberty Park is part of a four-year partnership between the city of Madison and the Mississippi Society for Disabilities (MSD).