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Fragrance company adding 100 jobs in Oktibbeha County

DPM Fragrance is investing at least $5 million and adding 100 jobs with a new facility in Starkville. Gov. Phil Bryant, the Golden Triangle Development LINK and officials from DPM Fragrance announced the project today. The new facility will be located on 25 acres of land in Cornerstone Park, off Mississippi Highway 25. Construction of the 150,000-square-foot […]

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Posted in Business news, Community development, Economic development, Employment and jobs, Northeast Mississippi, Starkville0 Comments

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Neon Pig Cafe opening in Oxford this fall

The Neon Pig Cafe, the popular butcher shop and restaurant in Tupelo, is opening in Oxford this fall. It is opening at 711 N. North Lamar Blvd., in the former Panini home of Oxford Catering in the Mid-Town Shopping  Center. Sharing the parking lot are Snackbar and Big Bad Breakfast. Also close by are Jinsei Sushi, Volta Taverna and Handy […]

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Posted in Business news, Food & Dining, New restaurants, Northeast Mississippi, Oxford, Starkville, Tupelo0 Comments

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Harveys, which started restaurant group, to be remodeled

Harveys Starkville, the eatery that started it all for the Eat With Us restaurant group – the chain responsible for Harveys, Sweet Peppers Deli and the Grill restaurants –  is getting a long-awaited  makeover. According to the company,  restaurant will undergo a three-week renovation, beginning Jan. 1 and reopening Jan. 22. In a press release, Eat With […]

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Posted in Business news, Food & Dining, Northeast Mississippi, Starkville, Tupelo1 Comment

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C Spire opens $23M technology center in Starkville

C Spire marked the official opening today of its new $23 million data center in Northeast Mississippi. According to C Spire, “The award-winning center promises to boost regional business technology infrastructure and spur new investment and expansion opportunities.” The 23,800 square foot center, located on a 6.5 acre site at the Thad Cochran Research, Technology and […]

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Posted in Business news, C Spire, Northeast Mississippi, Starkville, Technology2 Comments

Developer Mark Castleberry led a Thursday morning tour of The Mill at Mississippi State University for staff in MSU's Office of Research and Economic Development. The $40-million project is slated for completion in about a year.
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The Mill project at Mississippi State on schedule, developer says

From Mississippi State University: Transformation of the historic John M. Stone Cotton Mill –formerly known as Mississippi State’s E.E. Cooley Building – into a state-of-the-art conference and meeting complex is on track, according to the project’s developer.  “We are less than a year away from completion,” said Mark Castleberry of Columbus, who is leading development of The Mill […]

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Posted in Business news, Construction, Economic development, Northeast Mississippi, Starkville0 Comments

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State Main Street programs get national accreditation

The Mississippi Main Street Association announced that the following members 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:   Aberdeen               Corinth                    Pascagoula Amory                    Greenville                […]

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Posted in Aberdeen, Amory, Baldwyn, Booneville, Business news, Corinth, National, New Albany, Northeast Mississippi, Oxford, Pontotoc, Ripley, Starkville, tourism, Tupelo, Water Valley, West Point0 Comments

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Northeast Mississippi cities win Mississippi Main Street awards

Several Northeast Mississippi Main Street associations won awards today at the 25th annual Mississippi Main Street annual luncheon. The Downtown Tupelo Main Street Association won two awards. DTMSA won the Best Creative Fundraising Project with its Feast for the Farmers event. Feast for the Farmers is held on the Friday prior to the official opening of […]

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Posted in Aberdeen, Amory, Business news, Downtown Tupelo, Northeast Mississippi, Pontotoc, Starkville, tourism, Tupelo0 Comments


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