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Ribbon Cutting for Kare-In-Home Hospice

The Alliance recently held a ribbon cutting for Kare-In-Home Hospice, 909 South Fulton Drive, Corinth. The ribbon cutting was held on Tuesday, April 4th. Brad Blalack, chief operating officer, and Tiffany McDowell, administrator, are cutting the ribbon along with Mayor Tommy Irwin representing the city of Corinth.

Bulletproof Shield Donated to Corinth Police by Bank Association

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The Corinth Police Department now has another lifesaving tool to fight crime with thanks to the Corinth-Alcorn County Bank Association. A SWAT shield that can stop handgun and rifle bullets was purchased by the bank association for the police department. Police Chief Ralph…

Gingers Celebrates Grand Reopening

The Alliance recently held a ribbon cutting for the grand reopening of Gingers on March 31. Gingers is located at 1801 S. Harper Rd. Ginger Stockton and grandson, Harrison, are cutting the ribbon assisted by Mayor Tommy Irwin, representing the City of Corinth.

The Alliance Holds Ribbon Cutting for OnSite Maintenance

A ribbon cutting was recently held at The Alliance for OnSite Maintenance Service, a mobile maintenance and repair service. OnSite owner Jeff Gardner is cutting the ribbon with his wife Tracy. Mayor Tommy Irwin represented the city of Corinth.

1st Franklin Financial Celebrates New Cass Street Location

The Alliance recently held a ribbon cutting for 1st Franklin Financial’s new location in Corinth at 798 S. Cass St. in the Southgate Shopping Center. Branch Manager Jessica Porterfield is cutting the ribbon.

Drone Technology Flies Into Corinth Real Estate Market

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor New technology gives buyers and sellers a birds-eye view of real estate in Corinth and Alcorn County. Real estate drone services are becoming increasingly popular, with many companies using drones to photograph properties. Drones, which are unmanned aircrafts, can take aerial photos and…

75 New Jobs Coming to KeyTronicEMS

Electronic manufacturing service provider KeyTronicEMS is expanding in Corinth, investing $500,000 and creating 75 full-time jobs. “KeyTronicEMS’s expansion demonstrates the company’s commitment to Corinth and Alcorn County,” Gov. Phil Bryant said. “I appreciate the company for helping us show the world Mississippi is a place where companies can compete successfully…

Area Shoppers ‘Sad,’ ‘Disappointed’ That Corinth JCPenney Will Close

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Local JCPenney shoppers said Friday they are “sad” and “disappointed” that the Corinth store will close. “It just seems like when Corinth gets going then something else closes,” said Avis Carter of Walnut. “I’m just really sorry. They’ve got good service, good product.…

Corinth JCPenney to Close

Staff reports JCPenney announced on Friday morning that its store in Corinth will close. The Corinth JCPenney in the Southgate Plaza on Cass Street is one of 138 locations that the company will close as part of a “continuing effort to advance sustainable growth and long-term profitability.” JCPenney stores at…

Thirty Guns Will Be Raffled to Support Farmington Fire Department

The Farmington Fire Department will be in front of Walmart on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. selling raffle tickets for 30 guns. By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today The Farmington Fire Department and CrossRoads Outdoor will raffle a gun every day in April. The gun raffle fundraiser will help pay…

Monday Business Feature: CrossRoads Building Supply Makes Homeowners Happy

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Whether you are remodeling or building a home, CrossRoads Building Supply in Corinth can help you achieve your goals. With products such as doors, shingles, windows and siding, your current home or business can be transformed with the help of CrossRoads Building Supply.…

Alcorn Career Center Presents to Kiwanis Club

Jennifer Koon, counselor for the Alcorn Career and Technology Center, recently presented information to the Corinth Kiwanis Club. The county schools use the programs to prepare students for the workplace and secondary education. Kiwanians were also told about the wide variety of adult night classes offered at the career center.

Monday Business Feature: Brose Autoplex in Corinth Serves Tri-State Area and Beyond

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Brose Autoplex on Highway 72 East in Corinth is a family-owned business that strives to satisfy the customer, the sales manager said. The dealership offers an inventory of more than 400 new and preowned vehicles. Brose wants to sell customers a safe and…

Unknown if Corinth JCPenney Will Close, List to Be Released in March

Staff reports It is unknown if the Corinth JCPenney in the Southgate Plaza on Cass Street will be one of the national closures that the retail giant announced on Friday. JCPenney plans to close 130-140 stores over the next few months, a news release issued by the company Friday said.…

Corinth Civitan Club Honors Community Partners

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The Corinth Civitan Club on Wednesday recognized community partners that assist the club in its mission of helping local youth. Plaques were presented to Gardner’s and Roger’s Supermarkets, Taylor’s Escape, Belk, Medical Plaza on Harper, and Joe’s Shoes. Civitan Club President Lesley Raines…

Modern Woodmen Youth Help Nursing Home Residents

Modern Woodmen of America members in Iuka recently donated games and books to the Tishomingo Manor. Modern Woodmen members and youth enjoyed putting puzzles together and playing games with some of the residents. The project took place on Saturday at Tishomingo Manor and benefited the residents of the nursing home.…

SoCo District Building Continues Transformation

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Progress continues on a large building renovation in the SoCo District in downtown Corinth. On Wednesday, workers were painting the building and installing new windows on the two-story structure at the corner of Fillmore and Wick streets near the C.A.R.E. Garden and the…

Corinth Jewelers Reports Strong Valentine’s Day Sales

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Valentine’s Day sales at Corinth Jeweler’s were strong, the owner said. Both men and women were in the market for jewelry on Valentine’s Day, said owner Trish Parks. Jewelry makes a great Valentine’s Day gift because it is still around a week later…

WoodmenLife Presents Flags to Methodist Church

WoodmenLife of Corinth recently donated American and Christian flags to First United Methodist Church of Corinth. A ceremony was held on Sunday during the morning worship service. Boy Scout Troop 23, led by Scoutmaster Brad Nuckolls and Senior Patrol Leader Blake Knippers, performed the retirement of the old flags and…

Avent Named New Main Street Corinth Director

Staff reports A Corinth native who has worked for Magnolia Regional Health Center for 30 years is the new director of a group devoted to preserving and invigorating downtown. Angela Avent will be the new Main Street Corinth director effective May 1. Avent said she will miss working at the…