Friday Mar 7
Art exhibits reflect on American history
Two exhibitions opening Friday at the Mississippi Museum of Art reflect on key moments in American history with particular resonance for Mississippians.
Changes proposed to Miss. religious practices bill
A Mississippi House panel is proposing changes that might neutralize concerns about whether a religious-freedom bill could lead to discrimination against gay people or other groups.
Bystander saves child's life
16 WAPT'S MIKE PERCHICK---ON-SCENE OF THIS DEVELOPING- STORY. A CHAOTIC SCENE IN MAGEE BEHIND ME, AS YOU TAKE A LOOK.
The Mississippi Press
Gautier aiming to have archery/multi-purpose facility near Town Green development
Susan Parol, chairman of the 2013 Gautier Mullet Festival, presents the original winning poster artwork from the event to Mayor Gordon Gollott and the city council at its Tuesday night meeting.
Mississippi Business Journal
PriorityOne to build branches in Collins, Ridgeland
MAGEE - PriorityOne Bank has unveiled plans for expansion in 2014. In 2009, a lot was purchased at the intersection of Highway 98 and Highway 589 in Hattiesburg with the intention of constructing a branch on this site at some time in the future.
Central Kitsap Reporter
Stennis is first to receive Afloat Network gear
The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis will be the first aircraft carrier to receive a new network infrastructure designed to improve operational efficiency while strengthening security measures and performance.
Bills aim to restrict union organizing, picketing
Mississippi senators want to restrict some union organizing and picketing practices, as well as local laws that might benefit workers.
Get your tickets for the Magee Spree
When adults play, kids win! All adult members of the community are invited to attend the first annual "Magee Spree" on Friday, March 21, at the Wales-Genesee Lions Club from 7 p.m. 10:30 p.m. Guest will enjoy food and drinks while playing casino-style games without using real money.