What’s New Wednesday

What's New Wednesday: Tennessee Sports Foundation

The Tennessee Sports Foundation on Riverside Drive in Jackson is a non-profit and private membership organization. "A gun in properly trained hands help saves lives and that's what we want people to understand," said Marty Clements…

What's New Wednesday: Life Is What You Bake It

A father-daughter duo started their own business called  "Life Is What You Bake It" in Martin. Maria McClain bakes homemade cinnamon rolls, muffins, cupcakes, cookies and bread. She also makes fresh salads, coffee, breakfast scrambles…

What's New Wednesday: Daisy Dolls Flower Truck

"I've always loved flowers! I love doing arrangements," says 29-year-old Jenna Simpson. Two small town Tennessee girls have been best friends for 10 years. "Honestly, about 12 o'clock on a Saturday night, she called me…

What's New Wednesday: Common Grounds Cafe and Co.

Have you ever needed a second chance? A Bolivar woman brewed up an idea to give people just that. At Coffee Grounds Cafe and Company in Bolivar, they serve more than just beverages. "Our county…

What's New Wednesday: Golden Years Adult Daycare

Golden Years Adult Daycare on Carriage House Drive in North Jackson is where senior citizens can do activities that help with mobility, cognitive, and speaking skills, but it isn't a nursing home. "This is a place…

What's New Wednesday: Yogi's Hangout

Rebecca Dempsey teaches trapeze yoga at Yogi's Hangout in North Jackson. She started it after a horrible accident. "I flew out of car and had multiple injuries, but the one that hurt me the…

What's New Wednesday: Biscuitry

  Ever hear of the word "biscuitry"? Maybe not, because it is a new word defined as "the art of dismantling a biscuit which is eaten using a particular strategy" according to the Urban Dictionary.…

What's New Wednesday: Madison Olive Oil

Inside Madison Place, you'll find a new spot: Madison Olive Oil in North Jackson. "I was, like, Jackson needs one of these! We don't have anything like this, here in Jackson," says Madison Olive Oil…

What's New Wednesday: Smarty Pants Kidz

Miriam Amador enjoys working in childcare. "I always had a love for children and teaching," says Amador. At just 21-years -old, she opened her own business, which she says is no easy task at such…