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WCU gets $1M from Asbury Foundation

HATTIESBURG — William Carey University (WCU) has received a $1-million grant toward construction and operation of the proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) from the Asbury Foundation of Hattiesburg. “This generous gift from the Asbury Foundation is not only a gift to Carey, but to the people of South Mississippi who will eventually reap the rewards of newly trained doctors ...

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Piney Woods Pellets begins operations

WIGGINS — The Stone County Economic Development Council, Gov. Haley Barbour and others will celebrate the first official production day at Piney Woods Pellets in Wiggins June 2. Barbour will tour the facility and present a keynote address in celebration of the event. A public grand opening will be conducted later in June; details for that event will be forthcoming. ...

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New, expanded facilities top $2.4B

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — According to the Mississippi Development Authority’s “New and Expanded Facilities Summary,” from January-April 2009 there a total of 68 new and expanded facilities announced statewide, which are expected to create an estimated 1,677 new jobs and represent an estimated capital investment of approximately $2.454 billion. There were 39 expansions announced, which are expected to create an estimated ...

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Crye-Leike celebrates award recipients

Pam Barr, Shari Lakey, Sheri Bryan, Laurie McClintock, Dan Grimmett, Vicki Freeze, and Julie Bishop of Crye-Leike, REALTORS in Jackson have received the company’s Multi-Million Dollar Club Award.  The recipients were honored for achieving multi-million dollar sales in 2008.

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Maloney opens new real estate office

Traci Maloney, a Jackson Real Estate Broker, is pleased to announce the opening of Traci Maloney Real Estate, Inc. Traci first received a real estate license in Mississippi in 1996; was licensed as a real estate broker in 2000; obtained the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) and the Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR) Designation in 2000.  Traci is proud to open her ...

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Edwin receives LEED certification

  Edwin Daniel, AIA, LEED AP, of Dale and Associates Architects P.A., has received his certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for New Construction.  Edwin has 29 years of experience and received his bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University.     

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Focus on: Mississippi Real Estate

  Even Lazarus only came back from the dead once. The Two Lakes project, written off numerous times, is still alive, and supporters seem just as confident of victory as ever. “People tell us that we have gotten so many no’s that there must be something wrong with the project,” said Robert Muller, an engineer with McGowan Working Partners, the ...

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Supporters tout Two Lakes

Even Lazarus only came back from the dead once. The Two Lakes project, written off numerous times, is still alive, and supporters seem just as confident of victory as ever. “People tell us that we have gotten so many no’s that there must be something wrong with the project,” said Robert Muller, an engineer with McGowan Working Partners, the project’s chief promoter. “We think there is something wrong with the no’s.”

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Vicksburg landmark getting new life

Historic Sears Roebuck Building is being converted to mixed-use Vicksburg’s historic and quaint downtown will soon have a new, unique offering to showcase. The nearly 75-year-old Sears Roebuck Building is gaining new life as a mixed-use development, with retail space on the bottom floor and condominiums on the second and third floors. Jackson-based HM Williams Construction Inc. is serving as ...

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Developing downtown

King Edward Hotel, Farish Street at the heart of Jackson’s downtown revitalization After a hang-up involving the building’s windows, the redevelopment of the King Edward Hotel in downtown Jackson is on track for completion Nov. 1. The $89.6-million project, whose public funding in the form of loans and tax incremental financing bonds is less than $5 million, was originally scheduled ...

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