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The above rendering shows what the new Full Moon Barbecue slated for the Crawford Farms development in Madison will look like. Aldermen on Tuesday approved plans for the restaurant, which will be located across the street from Academy Sports.
The above rendering shows what the new Full Moon Barbecue slated for the Crawford Farms development in Madison will look like. Aldermen on Tuesday approved plans for the restaurant, which will be located across the street from Academy Sports.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020 12:00 PM
MADISON — A new barbecue restaurant is coming to town following approval by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen Tuesday night.
  • Madison County Schools released a letter to parents today outlining plans to return to school in the fall that begins with a week of virtual learning followed by a semester of classroom teaching.
  • Gov: Virus getting worse
    Gov. Tate Reeves announced on Wednesday plans for future executive orders that will add new restrictions to combat COVID-19, including mask mandates for specific counties. 
  • $60M substation slated for megasite
    A $60 million electrical substation near the Nissan plant will make an industrial megasite much more attractive, economic development officials are saying.
  • Canton passes mandatory mask order
    The city of Canton is the only municipality in the county that has enacted a mandatory face mask, which went into effect Tuesday night.
  • Represents Ridgeland in competition
    Caroline McIntyre represented the City of Ridgeland in the 71st Annual Mississippi Miss Hospitality Competition that began last month.
  • Some Madison residents have received a letter in the mail from a non-profit called Secure America Now warning Madison may be declared a sanctuary city and encouraging recipients to send money to keep that from happening, but the mayor says that isn’t so.
  • Socialists protest police in Madison
    MADISON — Police say counter-protesters outnumbered protesters at a peaceful demonstration protesting police violence held at Strawberry Patch Park on Sunday.
  • Hundreds without power Sunday
    RIDGELAND — A one-vehicle accident on Richardson Road Sunday morning left hundreds without power after 200-300 yards of power lines were mowed downed, police said.
  • Ridgeland aldermen pass new curbside sign amendment
    RIDGELAND — Aldermen on Tuesday passed a sign ordinance amendment setting rules and guidelines for curbside services.
  • While most sports are still trying to figure out ways to work around COVID-19 concerns, Madison Ridgeland Youth Baseball and the Mississippi Travel League are ready to get the show back on the road.
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