Need a ring sized? Wiemar’s can do it. Most sizing can be done the same day if in by noon! And if you have inherited Mama’s jewelry and have no idea what you have,... Read More.
FRONTIER WESTERN STORE, family owned and operated since 1967. With quality jeans, shirts, boots and much more for men, women and children. The Holidays are here! Make sure to come by Frontier Western Store... Read More.
House to Home is a Home Decor Superstore, located at the intersection of Hwy 51 and Stateline Road in Southaven, Mississippi.  HOUSE TO HOME offers home furnishings at wholesale prices.  We’ve been called... Read More.
HauntedWeb; Memphis's premier haunted attraction is now open through Halloween for another season of screams! Conveniently located off of I-240 and Perkins; HauntedWeb fuels the fright with three terrifying haunted attractions and all new... Read More.
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The Museum of Science & History (MoSH), an intriguing collection of historic, educational and cultural attractions maintained by Memphis Museums, Inc. The Museum operates some of the finest attractions and exhibits in the country,... Read More.
Jersey Mike’s Subs has two locally owned and operated locations in the area.  In front of the Malco on Goodman Road in Olive Branch and on Highway 64 in Bartlett across from Carmax.  “A Sub... Read More.
The sheriff of a north Mississippi county has died, the state’s second sheriff to pass away in the last week. Yalobusha County Sheriff Mark Fulco died Monday. The Calhoun County sheriff’s office posted a... Read More.
Memphis Police say a security guard at a local supermarket has been charged with killing a man during an argument about loud music coming from the man’s car. Police said Gregory Livingston was working... Read More.
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There’s growing interest in grassroots programs aimed at reducing community violence at a time when violent crime around the country is on the rise. For example, violence interrupter programs use homegrown peacemakers from communities... Read More.
Tennessee officials plan to use $500 million in federal COVID-19 recovery money to boost broadband internet access and subsidize some low-income subscribers. At a meeting Wednesday, the state’s Financial Stimulus Accountability Group announced plans... Read More.