Posts Tagged ‘Fondren’

Fondren businesses sound off on abortion protests

by Stephen McDill Published: July 13,2012

Tags: abortion, anti-abortion, Fondren, pro-choice, pro-life, Roe V. Wade

Rooster’s owner Nathan Glenn says he runs a family restaurant and is aggravated that his customers have to stare at pictures of dead babies every time they bite into a hamburger. “Their signs are pointed directly at us,” Glenn said, referring to the frequent protesters that picket across the street at Mississippi’s only abortion clinic. […] [...]

Fondren’s Treehouse Boutique is a pipeline to fashion

by Becky Gillette Published: June 25,2012

Tags: Fondren, Jude Muse, Treehouse Boutique

The Treehouse Boutique in Fondren is known for being a pipeline to the latest fashions and gift trends while providing a unique shopping experience in a customer-friendly store housed in a home that is 100 years old. “Whenever you come into our store, you are coming into our home,” said owner Jude Muse. “It is […] [...]

Read June 25 issue of MBJ

>> IS FARMING REAL BUSINESS? Ag commissioner seeking more emphasis on agriculture in state’s economic development— By Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> RISING CATTLE PRICES RAISE RUSTLER WORRIES Cattle theft on the rise with beef prices— by Ted Carter

 >> MSC: UMMC SUBJECT TO CON LAW “Certificate of need” applies to state’s largest […] [...]

Everyday Gardener great for giving and gardening

by Becky Gillette Published: May 20,2012

Tags: Fondren, gardening, horticulture, Jan Wade, small business, The Everyday Gardener

The Everyday Gardener in Fondren specializes in “the art of giving and gardening.” Whether you are looking for a gift for others or yourself, you are likely to find something among the store’s unique selection of home accents, vases, containers and works of art that will brighten a home or office. The business also carries […] [...]

Construction to start by year’s end on Eastover development

Developers of The District at Eastover in Northeast Jackson finally own the site for the mixed-use project. Ted Duckworth and Breck Hines, co-owners of the The District Land Development Co., bought the 21-acre Old Blind School site from the state for $3.3 million. The deal closed Feb. 24. Hines said in an interview last week […] [...]

Brew Ha Ha

by Stephen McDill Published: August 30,2011

Tags: Brent's Drugs, craft beer, Fondren, Raise Your PInts

Raise Your Pints, a grassroots craft beer organization, has got the volunteers, the energy, and yes even a lobbyist- all the makings of an up-and-coming statewide organization that has one message. Beer making and tasting is more than just a hobby, its a serious business that can bring revenue into Mississippi. [...]

Small Business Spotlight: Butterfly Yoga, Jackson

by Laura Smith Published: March 28,2010

Tags: Butterfly Yoga, Fondren, MBJ SMALL BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT, Scotta Brady

The grand success of Butterfly Yoga was a surprise even to its founder One student showed up for the first class offered by Butterfly Yoga in 2002, and eight years later the studio has eight teachers and more than 200 students. Scotta Brady opened the Jackson studio hoping to fill a gap that she felt was […] [...]

Welch promoted at BankPlus

by MBJ Newswires Published: August 24,2009

Tags: BankPlus, David Welch, Fondren, University of Mississippi

BankPlus announced that David Welch has been promoted to assistant vice president and branch manager of the bank’s Fondren office. Welch has been with BankPlus for over four years and has six years of experience in the banking industry. A native of Harrisville, Welch graduated from the University of Mississippi with a degree in banking […] [...]

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