Posts Tagged ‘JACKSON’

Mississippi’s only abortion clinic damaged by vandalism

JACKSON — Jackson police are trying to find out who damaged a generator and two security cameras at Mississippi’s only abortion clinic. Clinic director Shannon Brewer said Tuesday that employees of Jackson Women’s Health Organization found the vandalism when they arrived at work Monday morning. The state requires the clinic to have a generator in […] [...]

Mississippi’s only abortion clinic damaged by vandalism

by Published: March 24,2015

Tags: abortion, Business, JACKSON, Mississippi, NEWS

JACKSON — The director of Mississippi’s only abortion clinic says a generator and two security cameras at the building have been damaged, and police are investigating. Shannon Brewer says Tuesday that employees of Jackson Women’s Health Organization found the vandalism when they arrived at work Monday morning. The state requires the clinic to have a generator in […] [...]

Zoning code change dropped after NE Jackson protest

By JACK WEATHERLY A proposed amendment to the Jackson zoning code that would have allowed commercial redevelopment in districts set aside for parks, golf courses, hospitals and churches across the city was removed from consideration Monday — to the applause of an overflow crowd at Jackson City Hall. Members of about a half-dozen northeast Jackson neighborhood associations were in […] [...]

TODD SMITH’S SPIN CYCLE — ABC notches record ad sales for Academy Awards

ABC scored record sales of commercial time this year for the 87th Annual Academy Awards show. The price of a 30-second commercial spot during the telecast reached an average of $1.95 million, up 8 percent from last year, according to the Los Angeles Times. The lofty prices could help the network rake in more than […] [...]

Peters: There’s more room for everyone in Fondren

By TED CARTER New construction, fixups, conversions, big plans for the future — all are part of daily life in Fondren, Jackson’s midtown pedestrian-style community known for its Art Deco buildings, art galleries, photography studios, salons, restaurants, pubs and entertainment venues. Real estate developer Mike Peters has had a hand in a lot of the change […] [...]

House approves recording, concert, theater incentives

by Published: February 5,2015

Tags: Business, government, JACKSON, Mississippi, NEWS

JACKSON — House members favor subsidies for people who record music or produce concerts or theater performances in Mississippi. The House voted 110-5 to pass House Bill 907 Thursday, sending it to the Senate. House Tourism Committee Chairwoman Rita Martinson, a Madison Republican, says the measure will lure more recording and concerts to Mississippi. An […] [...]

HEADACHES FOR HOSPITALS — Larger operations can give aid to struggling rural hospitals

An estimated 40 percent of rural hospitals in the country are operating at a loss, and the situation is getting worse for many rural hospitals not affiliated with larger healthcare facilities because of increased government regulations combined with reduced reimbursements. Closure of a rural hospital can have a devastating impact on a small community that […] [...]

Corso family business built on hard work

Frank P. Corso, a hard working Italian immigrant who arrived in Biloxi at age 8, likely would have approved of how his family and their employees marked the wholesale distribution and vending company’s 90th anniversary. Everybody worked as normal, filling customer orders, stocking vending machines and generally taking care of the business he started in […] [...]

TODD SMITH’S SPIN CYCLE — The Top 5 content marketing trends to watch in 2015

Whether we’re talking photo or video, editorial or blog, content’s kingdom has been expanding: fewer journalists, more user-generated tomes and a plethora of forums for any brand to find a consumer. This is the world in which we live – instant, immediate, and all within reach. Just because the platforms are there does not mean […] [...]

Ward elected No. 2 leadership post in Senate

JACKSON — Mississippi senators have unanimously elected one of their Republican colleagues, Giles Ward of Louisville, as the new president pro tempore, the Senate’s second-highest leadership post. He will preside over the Senate when Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves is unavailable. As pro tem, Ward succeeds Republican Terry Brown of Columbus, who died in September. […] [...]

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