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Ruling stands for Pearl River Co. in plant dispute

JACKSON — The state Court of Appeals has upheld a judge’s ruling against a group of residents who sought to block development of five acres near the construction site of a sand drying plant in Pearl River County. The Alliance Consulting Group is locating the plant on 30 acres between Nicholson and Picayune. The $30 […] [...]

VIDEO — Is business as we know it going to go the way of the Dodo?

by Published: December 17,2014

Tags: AT&T, Lyft, Singularity University, The Big Think, Uber, Vivek Wadhwa

Vivek Wadhwa of Singularity University returns talks to The Big Think as part of today’s featured video interview. The topic isdisruption: the phenomenon that occurs when radical innovations ignite revolutionary or evolutionary change in an industry. A simple example of this is what services like Lyft and Uber have done to disrupt the taxi industry. On a larger […] [...]

McCrory joins Epps in asking for trial delay

JACKSON — Brandon businessman Cecil McCrory has joined former Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps in asking a judge to delay their Jan. 5 trial date. In a motion filed Wednesday, lawyer Don Leland wrote he has received 66 discs of government evidence against McCrory and needs more time to review it. Last week, Epps’ lawyer […] [...]

Tanger Outlets involved in Southaven project

by Published: December 17,2014

Tags: Business, Mississippi, NEWS, real estate, retail

SOUTHAVEN — Outlet mall operator Tanger is expected to announce soon its involvement in a project in Mississippi. Southaven Mayor Darren Musselwhite says the public part of the project has been addressed. Southaven and DeSoto County officials several years ago approved a $15 million tax increment financing plan in which bonds will be issued to […] [...]

Ingalls to lease former SRHS clinic in Gautier for employee medical center

by Published: December 16,2014

Tags: Business, Gulf Coast, Ingalls, Jackson County, Mississippi, NEWS, QuadMed

By Tammy Leytham Ingalls Shipbuilding will locate its employee family healthcare center in a former Singing River Health System medical office on Old Spanish Trail in Gautier, officials announced Tuesday. The facility, expected to open mid-year in 2015, will cater to 11,500 Ingalls employees and their dependents, said Edmond Hughes, vice president of human resources […] [...]

New Mississippi state highway map is available for the public

by Published: December 16,2014

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JACKSON — Have you ever been late for an appointment and traveling an unfamiliar road when the worst happens: your cell phone and consequently, your map, loses power. You were in such a rush heading out of the house; you forgot to grab your cell phone charger. What do you do? The Mississippi Department of Transportation […] [...]

Mississippi volunteers donate quilts to wounded veterans

by Published: December 16,2014

Tags: Business, Mississippi, Mississippi State University, winter

COLLINS — Nearly a dozen veterans left south Mississippi with fuller luggage after Covington County quilters surprised them with early Christmas gifts. Members of the Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers spent months piecing together fabric in anticipation of the annual Hot Coffee Hunts for Heroes welcome dinner on Dec. 12. The meal, which included a fish fry […] [...]

85 endangered turtles being rehabbed on Gulf Coast

by Published: December 16,2014

Tags: Business, environment, Mississippi, NEWS

GULFPORT — Scores of endangered turtles hurt by the unusual cold in Massachusetts have been brought to the Gulf Coast to be rehabilitated and eventually released into the wild. Hundreds of cold-stunned young Kemp’s ridley sea turtles have washed up on Massachusetts beaches since November. The condition — like human hypothermia — can be fatal. […] [...]

Wicker receives committee assignments

by Published: December 16,2014

Tags: Business, Mississippi, NEWS, Politics, Roger Wicker

JACKSON — Mississippi Republican Sen. Roger Wicker has retained his seniority positions on the Senate Armed Service and Commerce Committee. Wicker’s office says in a news release that the senator will also serve on the Budget Committee; the Environment and Public Works Committee; and the Rules Committee. The EPW Committee oversees a broad range of […] [...]

DAVID DALLAS: Who in the Hell are We?

This is not the Ole Miss Hotty Toddy cheer, but instead a more serious question requiring a lot more than Flim Flam and Bim Bam. Although that, along with plenty of other spin, will be shared as a result of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s Report on the CIA’s “Enhanced Interrogation.” Everyone should study the report […] [...]

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