The downtown brewery also is converting the adjacent property into an event venue.
The announcement follows the death earlier this summer of longtime foundation manager Jerry Redfern.
The show launches next week on the newly rebranded 98.7 FM station.
The developer of the mixed-used project has sought rezoning since 2018.
Construction wrapped up earlier this year.
The Stone County Developmental Disability Board hires a full-time executive director.
Julia King takes over for Kevin McConnell, who moved out of his district.
The events collectively bring in roughly 40,000 attendees per year.
The Connecting Grounds targets a September opening.
The New York Times reports Manhattan is experiencing a sharp drop in retail and restaurant activity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Joe Biden yesterday named former primary rival Kamala Harris as his running mate for the presidential election in November.
Billionaire Sumner Redstone has died. He was 97.
The North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores gathered all the coins from its wishing well to help pay the bills.
Tesla announced it will conduct a five-for-one stock split.
The United Kingdom's economy sank into a recession.
Mississippi has rejected a state flag design featuring a giant mosquito.
Nickelodeon is working to launch a spinoff series of popular cartoon "SpongeBob SquarePants," sources familiar with the matter told Deadline.
James River Church lead pastor John Lindell yesterday announced a prostate cancer diagnosis.
Heavy storms knocked out the power of tens of thousands of Ameren customers in the St. Louis area.
Protestors gather downtown June 6 to support a widespread call for an end to racism and social injustice following the recent death of George Floyd.
“It’s all about the supply and demand right now ... and the cultivators can pretty much name their price.”
—John Lopez of Old Route 66 Wellness, on the low supply of medical marijuana in the state
Twenty are celebrated in the 10th annual event.
Jaimie Trussell leaves Teen Challenge for CEO role.
CoxHealth Pediatric Specialty Center opened; Domino’s franchisees Art Hurteau and Marty Prather added a store in Marshfield; and Croley Insurance & Financial Inc. expanded to Mount Vernon.
The attraction is expected to produce at least 450 jobs.