The party of the year kicks off this weekend, but it will look a little different than years prior. The Crystal Ball, hosted by the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi, will make its virtual debut.
The Well at Lewisburg recently celebrated the grand opening of its food trailer. The nonprofit trailer features a menu full of coffee, breakfast and lunch items.
After two local families competed to win funding for their adoptions, one family won second place and was awarded one quarter of their adoption fees.
An expansion of the Olive Branch location of Ardagh, a manufacturer of recyclable cans, will bring 80 new jobs and to the area, according to an announcement from the company.
The number of employed people in DeSoto County has returned to pre-lockdown levels, with about 87,000 employees reported in the county in new data released yesterday.
The owner of New Cut in Olive Branch transitioned to a smaller studio-style salon in Hernando to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread in her workplace.
The Hernando Happenings Facebook group has amassed over 20,000 members since its creation in 2016, and Tracie Simmons is one of its newest additions. After her first post, where she announced she’d be selling her homemade salsa, she received 125 orders. Her popularity has only grown since..
Andrew Clements grew up wanting to make movies, but he had no idea that a club he would join in high school — The DeSoto Arts Institute — would catapult him toward that dream.
Neal Patel grew up folding sheets and vacuuming rooms in his father’s hotel. After 30 years of watching his father run the show, it’s his turn. His family recently built Hotel DeSoto in Olive Branch, and this time, he’s in charge.
Jasheka Britton wasn’t satisfied with the beauty products in her cabinets. She realized that, while people were talking about putting clean and healthy foods into their bodies, she wasn’t hearing anyone talking about what they were putting on their bodies. She then started researching differ…
The Mississippi Cottage Food law allows businesses to be run from within homes, making certain types of food to sell without regulation from the health department. There, of course, are restrictions on what can and cannot be made and sold without regular health inspections, but roasting coff…
Alex Grisanti loves his food truck. There isn’t much room inside — it’s packed with prep tables and two ovens. Even with the windows open, it really gets hot in the summer heat.
We held the sales closing for the Coleman's Barbeque property the other day and it broke my heart. After 49 years of endless, day-after-day work and ownership for the Ferguson family, Bobby and Becky Ferguson have let go of the family business and laid down the burden of employees, business …