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Biscuits and gravy, and a bottle of beer

The Batesville Cracker Barrel will begin serving alcohol Dec. 1 sources tell The Panolian. Nationwide, the Tennessee-based chain of homestyle restaurants hopes to have adult ... Read more

5 days ago by WordPress.com VIP.

City wants to stop single meters for multiple rentals

Landlords of single dwelling houses in the City of Batesville will soon be required to have separate gas and water meters for each of their ... Read more

1 week ago by Jeremy Weldon.

Railroad upgrades in B’ville will spur economic growth

By Carrie Stambaugh A $6.22-million federal transportation grant will provide the funds to complete the final phase of refurbishment along the Grenada Railroad between Canton ... Read more

1 week ago by WordPress.com VIP.

City will require natural gas hookups for new construction

An ordinance being drafted for consideration by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen would require all new construction in Batesville to include a natural gas ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jeremy Weldon.

13-year-old charged with stabbing younger sister

A 13-year-old Batesville boy was taken into custody by the Batesville Police Department Thursday afternoon, and has been charged with the stabbing of his 10-year-old ... Read more

3 weeks ago by WordPress.com VIP.

Five charged, three others sought following B’ville shooting

Two people remain hospitalized and five suspects are in jail following a Monday night shooting in west Batesville. Police are also searching for three more ... Read more

3 weeks ago by WordPress.com VIP.

Batesville Muscle and Fitness Cuts Ribbon

Chad and JJ Heafner (center) hosted a Grand Opening ceremony the afternoon of Monday, Sept. 28, complete with a ribbon cutting with their children, and ... Read more

3 weeks ago by WordPress.com VIP.

Concert series starts Thursday

Main Street officials hope the Downtown Square is filled with families. Last year’s concert series dates were a big success and more people are expected ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Jeremy Weldon.

Plenty of Pumpkins

Kyle Estep and Ben Estep  were careful not to drop several large pumpkins grown by Franklin Farms for fall decorations on the Downtown Square this ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Jeremy Weldon.

Autrey hoping to open car business on Square

The northeast corner of the Downtown Square is the site where a local car dealer wants to open a classic car business.    Batesville aldermen ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Jeremy Weldon.

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