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Crye-Leike marks reopening of Tupelo office

After nearly nine months, Crye-Leike’s Tupelo office will reopen their doors at Crye-Leike Plaza. The office will celebrate its homecoming with a grand reopening ceremony and open house today form 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. A ribbon-cutting will be held at 10 a.m. The office was heavily damaged in last April’s tornado, with parts of its […]

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Posted in Business news, Disaster relief/recovery, Northeast Mississippi, Real estate, Tupelo0 Comments

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Vista Ridge has grand reopening, flag-raising ceremony today

Vista Ridge apartments on North Gloster is celebrating its grand opening at 11 a.m. today, and there will be a special flag-raising ceremony, along with a toy drive.  The apartments have been reopened for a while after suffering extensive damage after the April 28 tornado, but this was its first opportunity to celebrate today. Here’s […]

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Former Super D on West Main in Tupelo sold

The former Super D store on West Main Street in Tupelo, which closed a couple of years ago after Walgreens acquired the company that owned the Super D brand, has a new owner From TRI Inc. in Tupelo comes the news that Montgomery Enterprises of Fulton has bought the location on the corner of West Main […]

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Posted in Business news, New business, New Retailers, Northeast Mississippi, Real estate, Retail News, Tupelo0 Comments

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Tupelo Hilton Garden Inn to undergo renovation

The nearly six-year-old Hilton Garden Inn in Tupelo will get a little facelift soon.  The 154-room hotel, which was purchased for an undisclosed sum in October by Peachtree Hotel Group of Atlanta, will get new furniture, carpeting, paint and other “minor” work inside the hotel, said project manager Greg Fox. Fox said planning is in […]

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Posted in Business news, Downtown Tupelo, Fairpark District, Real estate, Starkville, tourism, Tupelo1 Comment

The Shops at Barnes Crossing in Tupelo gets new look

If you haven’t noticed, The  Shops at Barnes Crossing has gotten a new look. The retail center is located behind Logan’s Roadhouse on North Gloster Street in Tupelo. Gone is the, well, I’m not sure how to describe the old colors of it– but it’s been replaced with browns and white for a more neutral look. […]

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Posted in Business news, Northeast Mississippi, Real estate, Retail News, Tupelo0 Comments

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Economic forecast conference in Tupelo today

Dennis and several other DJournal staffers are at the BancorpSouth Conference Center today for the 2013 Northeast Mississippi Economic Forecast Conference.  It started at 9 and ends at noon. Speakers: • David Copenhaver, chairman of CDF and retired Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi exec • Brent Christensen, the executive director of the Mississippi Development Authority • Ari Fleischer, former […]

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Posted in Agriculture & livestock, Automotive news, BancorpSouth Conference Center, Banking & Finance, Business news, Business newsmakers, Community Development Foundation, Education, Job info, Manufacturing, Mississippi Development Authority, National, Northeast Mississippi, Real estate, Retail News, State, Technology, tourism, Toyota, Tupelo, Unemployment, Workplace issues56 Comments

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C Spire, Mark Prince part ways

Got the email below from Mark Prince today. Prince is a staple in the Tupelo business scene and seems to be at all the events we cover. The email: Friends & Colleagues, As most of you are aware, I recently left C Spire after a successful 15 year career, and have been eager and excited […]

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Posted in Business news, Business newsmakers, C Spire, Northeast Mississippi, Real estate, Tupelo69 Comments

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