Ganja and Renos and Hairstyles, Oh My!
GTR AREA, MS – Courtesy of the Dispatch and Grant McLaughlin
Sweet Peppers Deli at 2017 Hwy. 45 N. in Columbus will temporarily close down for a month or so beginning this coming Monday. They will be remodeling the 25-year-old restaurant and giving it a new look. Owner John Bean said. “It’s time to remodel and refresh it. . . We’re doing all new floors, and it’s going to be repainted with fresh colors; it’s going to be a lot lighter.” The structure of the front area will be opened up and they will add a pickup window to the North side of the building. The plan is to reopen on Tuesday, Nov 29th; their Starkville and West Point locations will remain open.
George Pittman and his crew are preparing to convert the old Fitzner-Pontiac building at 901 Hwy. 45 N. into Magnolia Cannabis Services, a medical marijuana dispensary and grow house.
pOpshelf, a “$5 and under” store is planning to open up Friday morning in the old Rite Aid building at 1800 Hwy. 45 N. Most items will cost less than five bucks, and they offer general merchandise as well as party supplies, decor, and more.
Angie Carnathan will open Daisy and Sage Hair Studio at 112 Willow Road on Tuesday. “I want Daisy and Sage to be a place where people feel like they’re going to their friend’s house to have coffee and while they’re there, going to get their hair done,” she said.
Hungry Howie’s, Insomnia Cookies and Salsarita’s will be holding a special event at the Cotton Mill Marketplace at 327 Hwy. 12 on Tuesday to celebrate Halloween.
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