Hinds CC, partners celebrate Metrocenter Mall project

April 5, 2018 in Business, Education, News

By Danny Barrett, Jr. Hinds Community College Donning hardhats and wielding sledgehammers, partners in a venture to create a “Comprehensive One-Stop Center” for workforce training and support services celebrated the […]

Hinds CC trustees approve moving forward with Metrocenter Mall proposal

March 15, 2018 in Business

Mississippi Link Newswire The Hinds Community College Board of Trustees approved moving forward with a proposal for a Comprehensive One-Stop Center to house career-technical and workforce training and support services […]

Next Level to offer upscale entertainment

October 13, 2016 in Business, Entertainment

By Shanderia K. Posey Editor By Oct. 29, Jackson will have a new location for upscale, classy entertainment and dining. Next Level Experience, located in the upper level of Metrocenter […]

Hinds County Sheriff’s Office will present its first Trunk or Treat event at the Metrocenter Mall

October 24, 2014 in Entertainment, News

Trunks will pop open on Halloween… The Hinds County Sheriff’s Office will present its first Trunk or Treat event at the Metrocenter Mall. This free –family friendly–event will take place Friday, […]

Cover Mississippi statewide enrollment kickoff event held at Metrocenter Mall

November 21, 2013 in Education, News

By Lonnie Ross Online Editor Obamacare got a boost in Mississippi when Cover Mississippi held an enrollment kickoff event in Jackson last Friday. Health agencies, insurance companies, non-profit organizations and […]

“Cover Mississippi”, kickoff campaign launches this Friday at Metro Mall

November 12, 2013 in Health, News

Coalition to help people understand and signup for “Obamacare” (for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act)   Anyone interested in understanding “Obamacare” or shopping for health insurance options will […]

Retro Metro shows council ‘the blue wire’ in response to $50K inquiry

August 23, 2012 in News, Top Stories

Council members tour the future home of city employees
By Gail M. Brown
Four members of the Jackson City Council and an entourage of others toured the old Belk building at the Metrocenter Mall Wednesday, Aug. 22, in response to a concern of how $50,000 of taxpayers money was used in the project.
The site is slated to become an office complex for city employees,…