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11 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
Pascagoula city leaders are reconsidering the location of a new kayak and canoe launch after residents voiced safety concerns at a public hearing tonight.
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13 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
The Jackson County Historical and Genealogical Society will meet on Tuesday, April 22, and welcome honors history students from the Jackson County campus of MGCCC who will report on a historical marker project they have undertaken for the City of Pascagoula.
17 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
About 25 percent of Pascagoula's Anchor Square tenants reported that their average monthly sales in 2013 were between $10,000 and $15,000, according to a new study administered by the city's Department of Community and Economic Development.
21 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce announced the 20 recipients of the 2014 Facade Grant Program this morning at the chamber offices in downtown Pascagoula.
A line of storms moving in from Texas meant that heavy rains and strong winds were in store for South Mississippi Monday night, but once the severe weather moves out , the area will be left with unusually cold temperatures.
Sgt. Richard Davis was named officer of the year for Jackson County during the fourth annual Law Enforcement Breakfast, which was sponsored by the Mississippi Coast Crime Stoppers on April 8. That same day, Detective Kim Stevens was presented the law enforcement award by the Gulf Coast Women's Center for Nonviolence at its community recognition ... (more)
As part of Fair Housing Awareness Month, the city of Pascagoula will host its second annual Fair Housing Workshop on Thursday at the Pascagoula Senior Center.
Located in The Village at Tradition in Biloxi, the single-family home at 13142 Carrolton Street is valued at $350,000.
PATRICK OCHS/SUN HERALD Civil War reenactors raise the flag at Ft. Massachusetts on Saturday.
The crawfish and beer were free flowing Saturday as hundreds flocked to the first-ever Free Flowin' on the Riverfront festival in Pascagoula.
Marines and sailors go ashore in Florida during the 2012 Partnership of the Americas exercise.
Old Crab, the curmudgeon crustacean that has graced the front page of The Missississippi Press for decades, has agreed to dispense more of his sage advice in a new forum.
The Jackson-George Regional Library System recently filled a vacancy at the Pascagoula Public Library by selecting Jessica Herr as branch manager.
Gulf Coast Gamers Club revels Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. for April's Game Day at Macnarb Gaming Shop on Hwy.