Posts Tagged ‘relocation’

Citing building’s structural problems, Sam’s Club might relocate

JACKSON and MADISON — Officials say the Sam’s Club in north Jackson is considering a move to Madison because of structural problems with its existing building. Officials with Sam’s Club, parent company Wal-Mart, and the mayor of Madison haven’t said much about the possible move. Jerry Cook, Madison’s economic development director, told The Clarion-Ledger last […] [...]

Manufacturer moving operations from Indiana

SENATOBIA — Chromcraft Revington Inc.’s board of directors has approved the consolidation of the company’s Delphi, Indiana Distribution Center operations into its Senatobia manufacturing and distribution operations in the first half of 2013. The company said it is considering various options regarding the facility and equipment in Delphi. The purposes of this consolidation are to […] [...]

Coast hospital gets CON to build new facility

BILOXI — Harrison HMA, LLC, d/b/a Gulf Coast Medical Center, has received certificate of need (CON) authority for the construction, relocation and replacement of the existing Gulf Coast Medical Center, currently located 300 yards from the Gulf of Mexico. The proposed project will relocate the 144-bed acute care facility four miles north of the coastline […] [...]

MSDH approves CONs, including new Oxford hospital

OXFORD and WEST POINT — The Mississippi State Department of Health has issued certificates of need (CONs) to two entities for proposed projects. Baptist Memorial Hospital – North Mississippi Inc., d/b/a Baptist Memorial Hospital – North Mississippi in Oxford received a CON to replace its 217-bed licensed hospital facility with a new facility one mile […] [...]

Ex-USM president moving on to West Florida as provost

HATTIESBURG — Former University of Southern Mississippi president Martha Saunders has been hired for a provost position at the University of West Florida. The Hattiesburg American reports Saunders is the new provost and vice president of academic affairs of the University of West Florida. UWF is in Pensacola, Fla., and has about 13,000 students. It’s […] [...]

Mid-South Fair attendance continues to dwindle

SOUTHAVEN — An estimated 66,000 attended the 2012 Mid-South Fair in Southaven. The Commercial Appeal reports the attendance was not as good as past fairs in Mississippi but still a number that fair officials consider a success. The event ended Sunday in Southaven, where the 156-year-old fair has been held for the past four years […] [...]

City again delays move of employees into Metrocenter

JACKSON — The city of Jackson is changing the date again for moving around 300 employees to the Metrocenter. The Clarion-Ledger reports the big move now will go down before the end of July. The relocation of a handful of city departments has now had at least six projected move-in dates. October 1 was pushed […] [...]

Virginia College moving into former Brookshire’s big box

JACKSON — Virginia College in Jackson is moving into a larger 65,000=square-foot facility located at 5841 Ridgewood Road Virginia College president Milton Anderson and Education Corporation of America CEO Tom Moore made the announcement at a news conference at the college’s current location. A rendering of the new campus was unveiled following their remarks. The […] [...]

Delta Fuel expanding in-state footprint, planning to leave Louisiana

NATCHEZ — Two long-time Miss-Lou oil distributors have recently been bought out, but one of the buyers is expanding its market share in Mississippi and making plans to move out of Louisiana. Delta Fuel Co. Inc. recently bought the wholesale side of Independent Oil and Coal Co., and has leased the bulk plant of Cloutier […] [...]

Relocation study: Mississippi now ‘outbound’ state

by Published: January 4,2012

Tags: inbound, movers, moving, outbound, real estate, relocation

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — According Atlas Van Lines, the number of household moves across state lines continues to rise. The 2011 Atlas Van Lines Migration Patterns study found Southwestern and Mid-Atlantic coastal states to be popular destinations. Atlas first conducted the study in 1993 to track the nation’s interstate moving patterns. For the first time in […] [...]

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