We’re on our fourth week of all A’s when it comes to restaurant inspections. Read previous inspections here. – The state Department of Health regularly inspects restaurants and food facilities. The facilities are graded from A to C. “A” is the best. “C” is the equivalent of failing, but the inspection isn’t bad enough to … Read More
Sephora opens its Tupelo store Friday at 9 a.m. But shhhhh – the store actually is open today. The hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. It’s inside JCPenney at The Mall at Barnes Crossing. Tomorrow is the store’s grand opening, which means freebies for customers. The first 50 customers get gift cards with mystery … Read More
The Community Development Foundation sent over this alert today: The Community Development Foundation and the Lee County Board of Supervisors cordially invite you to attend H.M. Richards, Inc.’s Expansion Groundbreaking Ceremony Friday, October 5, 2012 10:00 a.m. 414 County Road 2790 Harry A. Martin North Lee Industrial Complex The event isn’t open to the public, … Read More
We’re a fan of JT’s Falafel. We profiled the business last year in our Sunday Homegrown series (read it). Latest news from the owner – he wants to add a hookah lounge. Note that he wants to use tobacco-free hookah materials. From Djournal.com (full post): CORINTH – A restaurant owner looking to expand his business … Read More
Via EatingOxford.com (full post): As many predicted during construction, the Checkers location on the corner of Lamar and University Avenue has closed after just under a year in business. The corporate office has not responded to my email as of yet, but I can only assume that they couldn’t make enough money to cover costs. … Read More
We have learned of some more staffing changes at the Community Development Foundation. Todd Beadles, who was CDF’s vice president of workforce development, no longer is with the organization. He now works for SRG, an auto industry-related staffing company in Tupelo.