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Brandon Necaise of the Gulfport Fire Department was named the cover model of the Mississippi Burn Foundation's 2014 firefighters calendar, and Jackson County firefighter Randall Platt is featured in the October section.
A 25-year-old Gulfport man has been charged with raping a woman near the Gulf Haven Fire Station on Nov. 29, Harrison County Sheriff Melvin T. Brisolara said Friday.
During the Christmas season, you hear and see Chambers of Commerce and local business and economic development organizations across the country encouraging residents to buy local, support your local small businesses.
Gulfport businessman Jeff Savarese saw the economy take a toll on his Unfinished Furniture Showcase sales over the last few years.
GULFPORT -- A Harrison County judge has ordered State Auditor Stacey Pickering and the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources to release documents sought by a Gulf Coast newspaper.
Dwarfing the natural dunes a few yards away, the new ones had extra help to attain their 4- to 5-foot height.
November 25, 2013 - From February 5 to March 16, 2014 the Gulf Coast Winter Classics provides riders with top competition and prize money, a beautiful venue, southern hospitality and an impressive line-up of judges.
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Judge Jennifer Schloegel should close to the public a hearing at which she will consider contempt charges against State Auditor Stacey Pickering and his office, according to a notice an auditor's attorney filed in the case.
A man accused of making explicit images of a young girl has been indicted in Mississippi on seven counts related to child pornography.
A Gulfport man has been arrested on a charge of touching of a child for lustful purposes, according to Harrison County Sheriff Melvin Brisolara.
Feed the Needy served more meals than ever before on Thanksgiving Day. About 2,600 people got a holiday plate filled with food last week, plus a few minutes of much needed fellowship.
Charles Edward Lott, 36, of Gulfport, has been arrested and charged with touching a child for lustful purposes, according to Harrison County Sheriff Melvin T. Brisolara.