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There were singers, choirs, refreshments, photos and one really big check -- all fitting for the kickoff press conference for the 10th annual Jolly McCarty gala weekend, set for May 9-10.
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Pascagoula police say a 93-year-old man became disoriented while driving Monday and ended up going the wrong way on Highway 90, hitting another vehicle.
Kevin Holland's first job - a summer employment while in college - was in the Environmental Services Department at Singing River Hospital.
The state Senate approved an additional $60 million in public education funding Wednesday and after a lengthy debate voted to keep $694,000 in the budget for Common Core standards training.
Byrd was sentenced on a state felony charge of intimidating a witness. Byrd had been indicted on a total of 29 felony charges and two misdemeanor charges in the state's case.
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD Former Jackson County sheriff Mike Byrd waits to leave the courtroom after his sentencing hearing on state charges in Jackson County Circuit Court in Pascagoula on Thursday March 13, 2014.
The Hilton Garden Inn, Pascagoula's newest jewel, has seen a whirlwind of activity this week as the countdown to next week's opening winds down, according to one of the hotel's co-owners Roy Williams.
Cirila Baltazar Cruz gave birth to a healthy girl in November 2008. But she was discharged from the Pascagoula, Miss.
Pascagoula's tale of the Phantom Barber made national news, again, when it was listed Tuesday in a Huffington Post story, "The 1 weirdest thing you never knew about your home state."
Pascagoula Main Street needs volunteers and project ideas, organization leaders said during an "All about Main Street" event held tonight at the Palace Diner downtown.
The Point Park project in Pascagoula is about 80 percent complete, city leaders said today, but its opening date will be pushed back due to weather and other delays.
Mississippi will keep spending money to implement the Common Core state standards for public schools if senators have their way.
The goal of the Farmers Market is to provide the community with a local source of fresh fruits, vegetables, plants, etc.
A federal judge says attorneys for a Mexican woman can go ahead with a lawsuit against Mississippi's welfare agency and others she accused of attempting to wrest away a newborn girl she delivered while in the United States illegally.
The House on Tuesday passed an amended version of the Senate bill aimed at providing better oversight of the Department of Marine Resources.