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July 16, 2013

Natchez, Miss.-based Central Network Retail Group acquired Moore’s Hardware in Dahlonega, Ga.

The 11,500-sq.-ft. store at 550 Grove Street N in Dahlonega also has a warehouse and lumberyard. Moore’s features a broad assortment of lumber, building materials, millwork, hardware, paint, electrical, and plumbing products. Lamar Ricketts, Moore’s former owner and manager, has agreed to stay and consult with CNRG.

June 7, 2013

Natchez, Miss.-based Central Network Retail Group, LLC (CNRG) opened a new Town & Country Hardware store in Benson, N.C., just south of Raleigh.

The company now operates nine stores in the Raleigh/Chapel Hill area.

The new store has a 6,200-sq.-ft. sales floor and a 3,200-sq.-ft. garden center. The store features a broad assortment of hardware, lawn and garden, outdoor living, paint, electrical, plumbing and home organization products.

April 18, 2013

With a new format, the Natchez, Miss.-based Central Network Retail Group opened a Town & Country Farm & Hardware store.

Natchez, Miss.-based Central Network Retail Group opened a new Town & Country Farm & Hardware in Natchez yesterday. 

The 12,000-sq.-ft. store format has an emphasis on farm.

November 2, 2011

Natchez, Miss.-based Central Network Retail Group (CNRG) has added Houma, La.-based Morrison Terrebonne Lumber Center as a new partner.

Doug Gregory, president of Morrison Terrebonne Lumber Center, has also been added to the board of directors at CNRG.

May 26, 2011

Home Hardware Center is preparing to expand its 18-store footprint in Mississippi and Louisiana, according to the company's owners, who say they are looking to bring acquisition expertise to a new venture called Central Network Retail Group (CNRG).

May 20, 2011

It’s been two weeks now since the owners of JM Jones, a 100-year-old sawmill in Natchez, Miss., stopped running their equipment and started building levees instead. Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, this family owned operation has been piling up dirt by the truckload as the water level continues to rise.

May 20, 2011

It’s been two weeks now since the owners of JM Jones, a 100-year-old sawmill in Natchez, Miss., stopped running their equipment and started building levees instead. Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, this family owned operation has been piling up dirt by the truckload as the water level continues to rise.