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Stephen Huwe joins Butler Snow in Ridgeland

Butler Snow has announced that Stephen P. Huwe has joined the firm’s Ridgeland office, and will practice with the firm’s pharmaceutical, medical device and healthcare litigation group. Most recently, Huwe was an Assistant Vice President and Legal Officer for a regional bank. Prior to that time, he practiced with a Jackson firm and handled product liability, personal injury, construction and ...

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New plans for Costco gas pumps closer to plaintiffs?

By JACK WEATHERLY Costco Wholesale has maintained that it would “move forward” with a plan to build a store in Ridgeland since the state Supreme Court ruled in April that the city ordinance that was crafted to accommodate the project was illegal. Now the plan has been revealed, though not in detail. The store would still be built on the ...

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UPDATED — U.S. Attorney charges Jackson man in $100 million Ponzi scheme

By TED CARTER In a plea federal prosecutors indicated would later be changed to an admission of guilt, a 58-year-old Jackson man pleaded not guilty Tuesday afternoon in what could be Mississippi’s largest Ponzi scheme ever. The U.S. Attorneys office in Jackson alleges Arthur Lamar Adams used fraudulently deeded timberland to bilk well over $100 million from hundreds of investors ...

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Costco without gas pumps seen as a possibility

By JACK WEATHERLY A week after the Mississippi Supreme Court struck down rezoning that would have accommodated a Costco Wholesale store planned for Ridgeland the status of the project remains in the dark. Speculation is that the ruling simply would not allow the store on Highland Colony Parkway to have gasoline pumps, but that the 100,000-square-foot store could move forward. That interpretation is apparently based, at ...

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UPDATE: Court rules against Ridgeland’s Costco plan

By JACK WEATHERLY The Mississippi Supreme Court found on Thursday that the city of Ridgeland acted improperly in rezoning property for what would’ve allowed the construction a Costco Wholesale store on a 45-acre site on Highland Colony Parkway. The court reversed a ruling by Judge John Emfinger in Madison County Circuit Court. It ruled that the city of Ridgeland hadn’t proved ...

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Concord Capital announces purchase of 600 Concourse in Ridgeland

Concord Capital, LLC announced the purchase of the 600 Concourse Building in Ridgeland, establishing the company as the second largest office landlord along Highland Colony Parkway.  Concord Capital is the acquisition and development company of industry veterans Ted Duckworth, Breck Hines and John Michael Holtmann. Concord and their affiliates also own 200 and 400 Concourse, and this acquisition brings their total ...

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Car dealerships trade lots along with vehicles

By JACK WEATHERLY jack.weatherly@msbusiness.com Car trading means buying and selling vehicles. But in Jackson and Ridgeland it also means swapping lots. The latest is the occupation of the old Mercedes-Benz of Jackson location by what had been Mazda of Ridgeland. The Mercedes-Benz dealership owners moved to Ridgeland in January. Last week, the move of the Mazda franchise became official with ...

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Work starts on a new era for Northpark Mall

By JACK WEATHERLY Work started Thursday on a new era for the 34-year-0ld Northpark Mall on the Ridgeland side of County Line Road. Long the anchor of the mile-long retail corridor that historically dominated metro Jackson, the mall faced the daunting realities of the marketplace that has changed radically since 1984 across the country and world since the advent of ...

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Supreme Court panel puts city of Ridgeland on Costco hot seat

By JACK WEATHERLY A three-justice panel of the Mississippi Supreme Court directed a preponderance of its questions to attorneys for the city of Ridgeland and the zoning change it made that benefited a proposed Costco Wholesale store on Highland Colony Parkway. The city got a favorable ruling from Madison County Circuit Court John Emfinger in April 2017, allowing the developer Andrew Mattiace ...

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