Posts Tagged ‘Jackson County’

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 […] [...]

Tourism group asks Jackson County for room tax

PASCAGOULA — The Mississippi Gulf Coast Convention and Visitors Bureau has asked Jackson County supervisors for a 2 percent nightly occupancy tax on hotel rooms to support tourism. Harrison and Hancock counties have heads-on-beds taxes in place that raise money to support the Mississippi Gulf Coast Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau. Jackson County does not. […] [...]

Bath awarded $21M contract for destroyers

by Published: December 12,2014

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

BATH, Maine — Bath Iron Works has been awarded a $21 million contract to continue work on a class of U.S. Navy destroyers. U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree said in a statement Thursday night that it was a modification of a previously awarded contract for construction of DDG 51 destroyers. Pingree said the shipyard was already […] [...]

Tay’s Barbecue grows its family-style restaurant, catering business in Pascagoula

by Published: December 12,2014

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

By Tammy Leytham It’s not the sauce that holds the secret to Tay’s Barbecue. It’s the dry rub. It’s a recipe passed to Ramsay Taylor from his grandfather, Millard, who started the first Tay’s Barbecue after World War II in Columbia, Miss. Ramsay Taylor re-started the family business after graduating from Ole Miss in 2000. […] [...]

Jackson County supes discuss hospital pension plan

by Published: December 9,2014

Tags: Business, healthcare, Jackson County, Mississippi, NEWS, Pascagoula

PASCAGOULA — A judge in Jackson County has temporarily delayed the elimination of the pension for workers and retirees of Singing River Hospital System. Chancery Judge Neil Harris on Monday continued a temporary restraining order issued last week in a lawsuit filed over the pension. He will hold a hearing Friday. Singing River officials announced […] [...]

Ocean Springs, clinic settle dispute

OCEAN SPRINGS — The city of Ocean Springs will pay $437,500 in damages in the Psycamore mental health clinic discrimination case. The Justice Department had cited the city for discriminating against people with mental disabilities in denying the permit. The city’s board of aldermen voted 5-1 in 2011 to deny a permit to allow Psycamore […] [...]

Jackson County small businesses prepare for busy shopping season

By Tammy Leytham On a recent November day, Ashley Knecht was preparing her store, Gourmet Gurl, in Pascagoula for its one-year anniversary followed by the Christmas shopping season. She has give-a-ways and food samples planned and has shelves stocked with big sellers — like Captain Rodney’s Boucan Glaze, coffees and teas. And a new item […] [...]

Ingalls: union members ratify contract extension

PASCAGOULA — Huntington Ingalls Industries says unions have approved a three-year contract extension with Ingalls Shipbuilding division in Pascagoula. The company says in a news release that the contract includes two 60-cent raises on the journeyman rate, with a 75-percent raise in the third year. All qualified represented employees on the active payroll will get […] [...]

(UPDATE) Appeals Court upholds awarding of CON for hospital

BILOXI — Harrison HMA, owners of Gulf Coast Medical Center, has won a lawsuit challenging the state’s approval of its plan to build a new hospital in Biloxi. The Mississippi State Department of Health issued a certificate of need for the project in 2012. Mississippi requires a CON in a process designed to avoid duplication […] [...]

Four Seasons Produce finds growing customers across the Gulf Coast

By Tammy Leytham MOSS POINT — Customers who shop at Four Seasons Produce are greeted by colorful rows of tomatoes, oranges, grapes, corn, squash, pears and avocados. The refrigerated aisle holds sliced sweet potatoes, fresh greens and cut rutabagas. There’s a row of nuts — all types — almonds, walnuts, Brazil, peanuts and shelled pecans […] [...]

Next Page »

Recent Posts

Polls

How ready is your business for health care reform?

View Results

The MBJ poll should not be considered a scientific one. Results reflect only the opinion of those who participate.

Loading ... Loading ...

Recent Comments