MS Food Inspection

On the menu 7/3/15 – A first: same restaurant, same score

We’ve been listing restaurant scores for about three years now, but as far as I can remember, this is the first time an establishment has received back-t0-back “C’s.” Not meaning to pick on them, but Sharry’s Kitchen in Oxford got a C for seven violations – which were corrected on site – on June 22. […]

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Academy Sports opening its 200th store in Tupelo Friday

Academy Sports & Outdoors is opening store No. 200 in Tupelo, with its official opening on Friday at 8:30 a.m. The first 200 customers in line who show they’re a fan of one of Academy’s social media sites will get a mystery gift card valued between $20 and $500. The 63,000-square-foot store is having a […]

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The foundation was poured this week for the retail center

Shipley’s among tenants to be in rebuilt retail center

A retail center that is being built to replace one destroyed by last year’s tornado in Tupelo will include several tenants, including Shipley’s Do-Nuts. It will be the third location for the popular sweet shop, joining stores on Cliff Gookin Boulevard and on South Gloster Street. Dan Ballard, whose L-shaped building on the corner of North Gloster and […]

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Former Magnolia Bingo building being transformed

We told you a few weeks back that Magnolia Bingo wouldn’t be returning to its pre-tornado location at the corner of Green and North Gloster streets in Tupelo. The 24,000-square-foot building has been subdivided for other tenants, as building owner V.M. Cleveland said he would do in an earlier interview. The photo of the building was […]

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Renasant completes merger with Heritage

Renasant Corp. has officially completed the largest merger in its 111-year history, acquiring Heritage Financial Group Inc.. of Albany, Georgia, the parent of HeritageBank of the South. The merger, announced in December, is valued at more than $250 million. Regulatory approval was given in March, and shareholders for the companies OK’d the deal two weeks ago. The combined company has […]

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More restaurant news: IDK opens in new spot; Gabriel’s moving

You’ve probably heard by now, but IDK has moved from old spot at 205 Gloster Street a little further south of Crosstown, to 365 S. Gloster. That’s what was most recently Bombay Indian Grill, which closed last year. IDK opened last October, but recently closed to renovate its new spot. It opened over the weekend. […]

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Taco Bell prototype PROMO

Taco Bell to build new Tupelo location; Booneville to open in November

Taco Bell is building another location in Tupelo, and work will begin once a new restaurant in Booneville is built. Franchise owner Phil Little, who has Taco Bell locations in Corinth, Tupelo and New Albany, confirmed that a deal to purchase land on West Main Street in Tupelo was finalized Friday, with Clay Short of TRI Inc.’s, commercial realty arm. […]

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