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Delta city using tax increment financing for improvements

GREENWOOD — The city of Greenwood has devised a plan to help private developers pay for street, lighting and other improvements to the public infrastructure — tax increment financing. The Greenwood Commonwealth reports the city council approved the plan last week. TIF is a public financing method that provides communities with a means to fund redevelopment and infrastructure improvements. A ...

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Developer submits plan for one-million-square-foot mall development

D’IBERVILLE — Plans for Gulf Coast Galleria — a million-square-foot mall with restaurants, shops and a hotel along Interstate 10 — have been submitted to the D’Iberville Planning Department. Developer Robert Mandal with Ramco Development tells The Sun Herald the mall will be more than 750,000 square feet, with the hotel and other buildings adding 250,000 square feet more of ...

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C Spire unveiled new retail store prototype on Coast

GULFPORT — Ridgeland-based C Spire Wireless has opened its new 3,800-square-foot prototype retail store in Gulfport. The new store, located at 9277 Highway 49, features C Spire’s latest open floor plan design, wireless devices, feature and smart phones and accessories, as well as the company’s personalization program. The Gulfport store has a hands-on design to engage customers and provides a ...

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Cowboy Maloney's buys Persnickety Kitchens' inventory

MADISON and JACKSON — Cowboy Maloney’s Appliance, Electronics and Bedding Superstores is purchasing the appliance inventory from Persnickety Kitchens on 101 Depot Drive in Madison. Terms were not disclosed. There will be no change in the Persnickety Gifts and Accessory Shop in Madison on 2078 Main Street, according to a release from Jackson-based Cowboy Maloney’s. Con Maloney said, “With the ...

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Local Main Street programs earn national accreditation

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Mississippi Main Street Association cities have been designated as accredited National Main Street Programs for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Main Street Center. The cities are Aberdeen, Amory, Baldwyn, Batesville, Bay St. Louis/Waveland, Belhaven, Biloxi, Booneville, Canton, Carthage, Cleveland, Clinton, Columbia, Columbus, Corinth, Greenville, Greenwood, Gulfport, Hattiesburg, Hernando, Holly Springs, Houston, ...

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Local trucker joins class-action lawsuit against Pilot Flying J

HOLMES COUNTY — Another truck driver is suing Pilot Flying J over allegations that the nation’s largest diesel fuel retailer bilked customers out of rebates. Mike Campbell of Holmes County filed the class-action lawsuit last week in federal court in Jackson. The lawsuit, which is at least the eighth filed against the company, refers to an FBI affidavit. The FBI ...

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State agency providing funds for Delta city beautification

GREENWOOD — Transportation funds will help the City of Greenwood continue its beautification of downtown. The city is planning new sidewalks and street lamps for Main Street to produce a cohesive look and feel among city blocks. Mayor Carolyn McAdams tells the Greenwood Commonwealth the city will get $1.12 million from the Mississippi Department of Transportation. McAdams says Main Street will ...

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Hancock sees greatly improved numbers, but still posts losses

BALDWYN — Hancock Fabrics Inc. is reporting improved financial results for its fourth quarter ended Jan. 26 and full fifty-two weeks of fiscal 2012. For the quarter, net sales increased to $81.7 million, compared to $81.4 million for the fourth quarter of last year. Comparable store sales for the quarter increased 1.4 percent on top of a 4.5 percent increase ...

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Demolition to begin at sites for retail center, casino

D’IBERVILLE — The city of D’Iberville is clearing the way for another major retail center along Interstate 10 and a casino on Back Bay. A developer has acquired nearly 80 acres at the I-10 junction with Interstate 110. The homes and businesses there will come down by the end of the year and Mayor Rusty Quave tells The Sun Herald ...

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After 30 years, children's clothing business relocating to Texas

NATCHEZ — Kelly’s Kids, which has operated its children’s clothing operation in Mississippi and Louisiana for 30 years, will move to Texas in 2014. Kelly’s Kids products are sold by representatives who host in-home parties and through the Internet and catalog. Its sole retail store is an outlet in Natchez where the company now is headquartered. Company CEO Ashton James ...

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