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High Court: Online Shoppers Can Be Forced to Pay Sales Tax

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that states can force online shoppers to pay sales tax.

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T-Shirt-Centered Celebrations at Swell-O-Phonic and Mississippi Museum of Art

The Mississippi Museum of Art will host a pop-up exhibition of shirts from local designers and artists during its "Museum After Hours" event in honor of National T-Shirt Day on ...

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Three Mississippi Choctaw Casinos Plan to Offer Sports Betting

Three casinos run by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will offer sports betting, but tribal leaders haven't said when it will start.

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Federal Judge Approves AT&T-Time Warner Merger

A federal judge approved the $85 billion mega-merger of AT&T and Time Warner on Tuesday, a move that could usher in a wave of media consolidation while shaping how much ...

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Mantle. Red Balloon Project Launch Party, Same Kind of Different at Alamo Theatre and Mississippi Barber Academy Grand Opening

Mantle. City Club + Inc.ubator, a co-working space in the Duling Hall building, is hosting a members-only event called "Summer Solstice" at Highland Village on Thursday, June 21, from 7 ...

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'Stranded' Water Bills Out to 15% of City Backlog, 17,000 More to Go

For the last month and a half, City of Jackson officials have been trying to fix the Siemens, Inc. billing system that left 20,000 customers "stranded" in the system, many ...

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Mississippi Craft Beer Festival, "Save Our Summer," Positive Steps Fertility Clinic and Braves Business After Hours

The Fondren Renaissance Foundation is joining with Capital City Beverage Company and Southern Beverage Company to host the fourth annual Mississippi Craft Beer Festival on Friday, June 15, at Duling ...

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Work Ethic, Honesty High on Mississippi Businesses' Needs, Survey Shows

Businesses in Mississippi are looking for workers with work ethic, honesty and communication skills, a new survey revealed today shows.

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Workforce Training Cafe Coming to Former Koinonia Coffee House in 2019

The former Koinonia Coffee House was full on the morning of Friday, May 25, as community members attended the weekly Friday Forum where Jordan Butler, project leader for Refill Cafe, ...

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Ripley's Believe It or Not! At Science Museum, CAPE Art Residencies and Families First Resource Center

The Mississippi Museum of Natural Science launched a new exhibit called "The Science of Ripley's Believe It or Not!" on Saturday, May 19.

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Food Network Honors Pig & Pint, Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience and Facebook Community Boost

This month, the Food Network selected the fried bologna sandwich at The Pig & Pint as the best breakfast sandwich in Mississippi as part of a feature showcasing the dish ...

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Rainbow Co-op Filing Chapter 11 Reorganization

The Rainbow Coop Board of Directors voted to seek Chapter 11 reorganization protection at its March meeting.

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How the Wage Gap Affects Single Moms

Amanda Furdge knows a thing or two about being a mom who fights for her kids. Furdge raises two boys on her own, as a single mother without child support.

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‘Stranded’ Siemens Customers Will Pay Two Bills

Two weeks ago, the Jackson City Council voted to accept Public Works Director Bob Miller's proposal to rework the Siemens Inc. contract in order to start getting accurate water bills ...

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Go Cups at The District, Get Out More Tour at Buffalo Peak and Nissan HBCU Donation

Visitors to The District at Eastover can now take alcoholic beverages, one per person, out of restaurants in plastic cups that have restaurant insignias and drink them on the District ...

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