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(WATCH) MBJ BUSINESS SHOWCASE — In the swing of things: Sanderson Farms Championship 2016

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Recently, we had a chance to talk with Steve Jent, tournament director for the Sanderson Farms Championship, to catch up on the details for this year’s event. The tournament this year will be held October 24-30, a bit earlier than last year. Some might remember that last year’s event was held in November, and was somewhat challenged by weather, although ...

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Burlington to open store on County Line in Jackson

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By JACK WEATHERLY Burlington Stores will open a 50,000-square-foot store in County Line Plaza on Friday. It will fill a large hole in the retail lineup. “We’re thrilled to open a new Burlington in the Jackson community, bringing more jobs to the neighborhood and providing local residents with a valued shopping experience,” Chairman and Chief Executive Tom Kingsbury said in ...

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Judge orders Hinds County district attorney cases unsealed

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A judge has unsealed the court documents from a number of cases involving Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith. Judge Larry Roberts granted motions by The Clarion-Ledger to unseal the records in six court cases and Hinds County Circuit Judge Jeff Weill’s administrative file. Some records related to the dispute are in Weill’s file. Lawyers for Attorney General Jim ...

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District at Eastover developers now own One Eastover Center

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By LISA MONTI The developers of The District at Eastover now own One Eastover Center, the Class A office building with an adjacent garage that anchors the north side of the mixed-use development being built in the center of the Metro Jackson area. OEC District LLC bought the five-story office building and 400-space garage from Eastover Jackson LLC, for an undisclosed ...

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MBJ SHOWCASE: Old Capitol Inn and Mende Alford

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When you hear the term “boutique hotel”, you might tend to associate the concept with a quaint inn located in, say, Boston, or Manhattan, or perhaps in the south of France. However, Jackson is home to its own boutique hotel at the Old Capitol Inn, on State Street. Recently, I had the opportunity to spend a few nights at the ...

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MDOT recognizes Hinds County employees

The Mississippi Department of Transportation recently recognized residents of Hinds County for their service to MDOT. Honored were, front row, from left, Jessica Dilley, Bonnie Sides, Lisa Kennedy, and Dejuana Parker; Back Row, MDOT Chief Engineer Mark McConnell, James Eggleston, Ron Rester, Byron Flood, Paul Greene and MDOT Executive Director Melinda McGrath.
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The Mississippi Department of Transportation recently recognized residents of Hinds County for their service to MDOT. Honored were, front row, from left, Jessica Dilley, Bonnie Sides, Lisa Kennedy, and Dejuana Parker; Back Row, MDOT Chief Engineer Mark McConnell, James Eggleston, Ron Rester, Byron Flood, Paul Greene and MDOT Executive Director Melinda McGrath.

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Jackson mayor touts ‘momentum’ in state-of-the-city speech

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Jackson Mayor Tony Yarber says the city’s crime rate is falling because of community policing. In a state-of-the-city address Tuesday night, Yarber also said Jackson tax revenue is rising because companies see the city as a good investment. Yarber said crime was down 14 percent in 2015 and could drop 10 percent this year. Jackson news outlets said the mayor ...

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Hinds County DA asks court to overturn order banning him

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Hinds County’s district attorney is asking the Mississippi Supreme Court to overturn an order barring him from having any contact with county grand juries or trying cases in one judge’s court. Robert Shuler Smith filed the motion Monday with the high court, also asking that a series of sealed court hearings be opened so he can prepare his defense against ...

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State asks judge to dismiss suit over Jackson airport board

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Mississippi officials are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to maintain the city of Jackson’s control over the state’s largest airport. Republican Gov. Phil Bryant signed a law in May to create a nine-member regional board, rather than a five-member city board, for Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport. Critics say creating a new board is a ...

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Jackson joins suit against airport takeover

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Jackson is joining a lawsuit filed in April to fight state attempts to restructure control of the city’s airport. The Clarion-Ledger reports the city and the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority have filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit filed by Jeffery Stallworth in federal court, in which he claims House Bill 2162 violates his Fifth Amendment as a resident, ...

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