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Reform is desperately needed for Mississippi’s defined benefit pension system.
One summer morning in mid-August, Ridgeland resident Lisa Magee noticed a foul odor at her home in Dinsmor subdivision.
Tax Collector Kay Pace is working to make errands like paying property taxes and renewing car tags easier for Madison County residents.
The Reservoir Police Department is taking steps to ensure the safety of Ridgeland motorists with the installation of traffic camera equipment.
The constant squealing and splashing distracted me from my task of watching the briar studded ridge.


News Briefs

LOHO Meeting January 29

A string of home break-ins on Highland Circle Drive could reignite efforts to create a strong homeowners association in the LOHO neighborhood.

On January 29, neighbors are expected to meet at Whole Foods to hash out plans for the LOHO neighborhood association.










Need for blood

By JOSEPH GOODELL,

You may be familiar with Mississippi Blood Services, familiar with the essential services provided, with the professional and precision performance in providing them.  Or you may not be. Let's try to remedy that.




State House moves on roads

With no dissenting votes, the House approved a bill that, if it becomes law, would apply about $100 million from the 1.5 percent “use tax” to roads and bridges. This tax is paid on products shipped from outside Mississippi for use or consumption in the state.


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