PERS and the state’s budgetary issues are two main reasons for the downgrade.
Commissioners, if Southern won’t make the hard decision, it’s up to you.
Thanks to an upcoming change in Mississippi law, craft brewers in the Magnolia State will be able to tap deeper into a growing national market.
Filmmakers coming to Mississippi will no longer receive a handout from taxpayers and Magnolia State brewers moved closer to being able to sell their beer on site.
In a recent edition of The Clarion-Ledger, state Sen. David Blount, D-Jackson, suggested that the state buy more buildings in Jackson instead of leasing office space for state employees from private landlords.
If Mississippi towns and cities are going to keep pace in the 21st century they need regulatory frameworks that are friendly to post-industrial entrepreneurs and the businesses they create.
Top down or bottom up? Which works? Fondren’s business center north of the University Medical Center works.
Jackson got some tough love this past November — report cards from the two largest bond rating agencies, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s. One report was OK, the other not so good.