Posts Tagged ‘Meridian’

Brown tapped as new dean

by Published: August 14,2011

Tags: Meridian, Mississippi State University, Steven F. Brown

Steven F. Brown, a Kansas university administrator with an extensive background in arts and music education, is the new dean and associate vice president of Mississippi State University’s Meridian campus. Since 2007, Brown has been dean of liberal arts and sciences at Emporia State University. His MSU appointment is pending formal approval of the Board […] [...]

Miss. open meetings law weaker than other states’

MICHAEL NEWSOM The Sun Herald Late last year, Bill Sharp was watching an Internet video of a Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors meeting when something odd happened. At their Sept. 20 meeting in Meridian, supervisors went into a “closed session” to talk about a personnel matter, but the camera feeding video to the county’s website […] [...]

Analysis: Museum project draws hopes, suspicions

Not all lawmakers are convinced a Mississippi civil rights museum will finally get off the ground, despite the speed at which a proposal is making its way through the Legislature. Their doubts can be heard in floor debate and committee meetings. Rep. Jim Evans, a black Democrat from Jackson, told his colleagues last week, "Let’s […] [...]

Anderson completes agreement to purchase Riley

On Dec. 28, Meridian’s Anderson Regional Medical Center and Riley Hospital reached an agreement for Anderson to acquire Riley, pending regulatory approval. Anderson’s pursuit of Riley officially began Dec. 1, when the hospital filed with the Mississippi Department of Health a notice to change ownership of Riley. The purchase, according to a press release from […] [...]

Company working to revitalize Meridian

by Published: November 1,2010

Tags: downtown, grant, Meridian

MERIDIAN — A Jackson economic development consulting agency has been hired by the city of Meridian to revitalize the downtown area. Mayor Cheri Barry tells The Meridian Star that the city has hired Watkins Development, which rebuilt the King Edward Hotel in Jackson, to come with a plan to develop all of Meridian, including downtown, […] [...]

Peavey Electronics to expand operations

MERIDIAN — Peavey Electronics is planning to expand its Meridian operations to accommodate a new line of guitars. Hartley Peavey, founder and CEO, said the expansion is needed after the purchase of the hard assets and intellectual property of Composite Acoustics. Peavey said there will initially be about 15 new jobs, but that could grow […] [...]

Small Business Spotlight: Embellish, Meridian

‘It’s not the match… it’s the mix’ Group pulled together to make a go of downtown Meridian shop When Aimee Tramontana was considering closing her retail shop in Meridian, five of her friends jumped in with a new idea for the space. Tramontana owns a successful wholesale business, Aimee’s Handpainted Linens, which sells to vendors across […] [...]

Meridian: Box Cars & Ballet

by Published: September 24,2010

Tags: John McClure, Meridian, Riley Center, Sela Ward

MERIDIAN- MBJ-TV visits the Queen City and talks with veteran city planner and economic developer John McClure. [...]

The Man Behind the Curtain

MERIDIAN- MBJ-TV travels to Meridian for a behind-the-scenes look at the MSU Riley Center, a historic theater and fine arts complex. [...]

Landrum named to Board of Mental Health

J. Richard Barry of Meridian has been named chairperson for the Mississippi Board of Mental Health, and Robert Landrum of Ellisville was named vice chairperson. Barry is a partner in the law firm of Hammock, Barry, Thaggard and May, LLP. He received his law degree from the University of Mississippi. He is a member of […] [...]

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