City launches website linking shoppers to businesses In an effort to promote and support local businesses adversely affected by COVID-19
In keeping with the Administration’s goal of promoting America’s energy independence, the Bureau of Land Management-Eastern States (BLM-ES) held a quarterly oil and gas lease sale March 19, 2020, that resulted in competitive bids on three parcels totaling nearly 322 acres located in Amite, Franklin and Smith Counties, Mississippi.
The City of Williamsburg announces its first death as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 response continues to challenge all aspects of government.
WILLIAMSBURG ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY: Coronavirus COVID-19 update #3 City buildings closed to walk-ins through March
In concert with the Governor of Virginia, the City of Williamsburg announces that City buildings will remain closed to the public through March 30, 2020 as the coronavirus COVID-19 situation continues to escalate in the region.
WILLIAMSBURG ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY: Important information regarding coronavirus COVID-19 Joint news release from Peninsula localities
A message from: James City County Administrator Scott Stevens
The City of Williamsburg is seeking applicants for the part-time, hourly, non-benefitted position of QuarterPath Recreation Center Attendant.
The City of Williamsburg is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Utility Operator IV – Trainee.
CLEVELAND-BOLIVAR COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Lunch and Learn-Ergonomics of the Workplace to be held March 5
Occupational therapy experts will showcase how the ergonomics of the workspace affect you physically.
Congratulations MS Delta!!!!
COLUMBUS-LOWNDES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Baptist Golden Triangle Offers Expanded Cardiac Treatment Options
Baptist Golden Triangle offers expanded cardiac treatment options!
Two weeks away from the MEC Tour Luncheon!
Surge Soft Skills Online Learning Launched Surge Advisors, LLC has successfully launched its new SURGE Soft Skills online learning management system to help healthcare, nonprofit, and business organizations efficiently [EG1] train their leaders and staff.
You're invited to the MEC Tour Luncheon!
COVINGTON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Connecting the dots- Players in massive welfare embezzlement case got millions from taxpayers, but helped few
A downtown Jackson resource center funded by millions of state welfare dollars was quiet Wednesday morning.
The city of Collins will soon be installing surveillance cameras through the nonprofit organization Project NOLA.
CLEVELAND-BOLIVAR COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Hip-Hop Culture-Past, Present, & Future to be held February 6
To understand hip-hop’s present you need to understand its past. From popping and locking, to MC’ing and DJ’ing and even its influence on clothing and fashion, hip-hop has proven to be more than just a genre of music.
D'IBERVILLE ST. MARTIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Habitat for Humanity launches social media campaign for Women Build 2020
To get the word out about Women Build 2020, Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast launched a social media campaign.
Last year was another active year for severe weather in Mississippi with a record-setting 115 tornadoes across the state.