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Hurley, Mississippi is located in Jackson County. Zip codes in Hurley, MS include 39555. The median home price in Hurley is $110,000. More Hurley information.

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Wednesday Aug 20 | The Mississippi Press

Faith, the beagle, needs community funds for medical costs

Jackson County resident Megan Lowe is raising funds to help cover necessary medical costs for Faith, a sweet Beagle that was recently picked up in her Hurley community by Jackson County Animal Control.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

Sunherald.com

Hurley woman charged with taking school items from store in front of officers

A 27-year-old Hurley woman has been charged with shoplifting after two officers saw her trying to steal school items from a convenience store.

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The Mississippi Press

Sheriff Charles Britt: Hurley woman shoplifts in front of officers, flees

A 27-year-old Hurley woman was arrested early this morning after she shoved packs of pencils, T-shirts and backpacks under her shirt in front of two officers, Sheriff Charles Britt said today.

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WLOX-TV Biloxi

Sheriff: Woman shoplifted pencils, but paid for cigarettes

A Hurley woman was arrested early Monday morning after officers said she shoplifted right in front of them.

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Wed Aug 06, 2014

The Mississippi Press

Jackson County authorities ask for public's help finding Hurley man who writes bad checks

Jackson County investigators are still searching for Reginald Scott Thomas in connection to counterfeit checks being passed to local businesses, Sheriff Charles Britt said today.

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Sun Aug 03, 2014

Sunherald.com

Sova pulls in Carl Legett record catfish

In 20 years of the Home Builders Association Mississippi Coast Carl Legett Memorial Fishing tournament, no one had ever seen a catfish the size Justin Sova brought in Sunday afternoon.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Mississippi Business Journal

Singing River shutting doors on two Coast clinics

"Realigning the clinics is a tough decision that we feel will help make our organization stronger without compromising our quality of care," Dr. Randy Roth, SRHS interim chief medical officer, said in a news release Monday.

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