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Corinth Payless Going Out of Business

All Payless ShoeSource stores nationwide are closing. A large “Store Closing” sign is posted on the front of the Corinth Payless store on U.S. Highway 72 East in the East Town shopping center. Several signs on the front of the Corinth store say, “Everything on Sale.” A notice on the…

Corinth Anesthesiologists Release Statement

Magnolia Anesthesiology Associates has released a statement in regard to anesthesia provider changes taking place at Magnolia Regional Health Center in Corinth.  Official Statement from Magnolia Anesthesiology Associates: It has been our honor and privilege to provide anesthesia care for the citizens of Corinth and the surrounding communities for over…

Corinth Hospital CEO Provides More Info on Anesthesia Provider Changes

By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today Magnolia Regional Health Center CEO Ronny Humes has provided an additional statement in regard to anesthesia provider changes at the Corinth hospital. Last week, Humes released a statement that said, in part, “The four providers at Magnolia Anesthesiology Associates, including Dr. Lane Armstrong, Dr. James Jacque,…

About 17 Acres Behind Hobby Lobby Acquired

By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today About 17 acres of property with significant frontage on U.S. Highway 72 in Corinth has been acquired by an Alabama company, county deed records show. The property, which is generally located in the area behind Hobby Lobby, was acquired by 1701 Rainbow Investments, LLC of Gadsden,…

Roger’s Now Offers Grocery Delivery

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The future of grocery shopping is well underway at Roger’s Supermarket on Cass Street in Corinth. Shoppers can now have their groceries delivered to their homes or businesses, said Roger’s owner Brian Gardner. Shoppers simply send their grocery lists to Roger’s, which will…

CBD Expertise Offered at Shiloh Apothecary

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Shiloh Apothecary in Corinth has a wide selection of CBD products and the pharmaceutical expertise to help customers make the best selection. Desiree Ortega, a certified pharmacy technician at Shiloh Apothecary, has three autoimmune disorders and takes CBD daily for anxiety and pain.…

JoJo’s Lil’ Chicago Grand Opening Today

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor A new era in Corinth’s restaurant scene begins today with the grand opening of JoJo’s Lil’ Chicago on South Parkway Street. JoJo’s Lil’ Chicago gets its name from owner Jordan Mullins, who co-owns the business with her dad, Cecil Rhoads. When Mullins’ niece…

Kimberly-Clark to Close Arkansas Plant — No Specifics on Corinth Plant

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Kimberly-Clark has announced that it will close an Arkansas plant four hours from Corinth. The Conway, Ark. plant will close no later than 2021, according to Kimberly-Clark. Corinth Today on Monday asked Kimberly-Clark for information on whether the Corinth plant would be closed.…

Lawn Doctor Plants New Sign in Corinth

Lawn Doctor in Corinth has an eye-catching new sign. An oak tree in front of the business was carved with a chainsaw to resemble the Lawn Doctor’s green thumbs-up logo. Owner Robert Davis said the oak tree was going to be lost due to a nearby drainage project. Therefore, Davis…

Marshalls Has Not ‘Officially Announced’ Corinth Store, Spokeswoman Says

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor A spokeswoman for the national clothing retailer Marshalls said Wednesday that the company “has still not officially announced a new store opening for Corinth.” It is unclear if this represents a shift from the statement the company issued in October when it said, “We anticipate…

‘In My Soul it Makes Me Rich’

Greens, black-eyed peas a New Year’s Day tradition for many Corinth families By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Eighty-seven-year-old Bennie Nelson was raised on turnip greens and black-eyed peas. Nelson always enjoys the traditional New Year’s Day meal, which brings hope of prosperity, and it does not have to…