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2 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
Port of Pascagoula commissioners this morning approved an agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation regarding a $14 million grant to relocate the railroad interchange that regularly blocks traffic in downtown Pascagoula.
2 hrs ago | WLOX-TV Biloxi
The protest continued Thursday in Moss Point over Mayor Billy Broomfield's decision to veto the hiring of Pascagoula Police Sergeant Calvin Hutchins as his city's new chief of police.
Gov. Phil Bryant and local business leaders this morning helped Chevron's Pascagoula refinery celebrate the completion of its $1.4 billion premium base oil plant.
Several Coast superintendents say they are pleased that Mississippi's ACT score continues to climb.
The organization Friends of the Governor Stone owns the boat today, and they rely on Holland's knowledge and craftsmanship whenever it needs repairs.
Crystal Westmoreland gives 100 percent to both her job at Dixie Glass and also to her church at Center Pointe Church.
Pascagoula City Council members tonight approved their third major project design contract for infrastructure work that'll be funded through a $15 million bond.
Tracy Jackson-Wilson and Cathy S. Johnson are the owners of Whimsy Books & Toys Store located in Anchor Square in downtown Pascagoula, 303 Delmas Ave., Cottage O. We felt there was a definite need for Whimsy Books & Toys Store, giving Pascagoula a convenient place to grab a reasonably priced, unique toy or book, whether it be a birthday gift or a ... (more)
Former councilman Robert Stallworth and Marvin Pickett are running to fill the Ward 1 position on the Pascagoula City Council.
MS. DEPT. OF MARINE RESOURCESThor Goodfellow of Gulfport established a state record for a cownose ray with a 28-pound, 9-ounce fish on July 5. Thor Goodfellow of Gulfport established a state record for a cownose ray with a 28-pound, 9-ounce fish on July 5. Riley Saucier of Pascagoula broke the state record for a gulf kingfish with a 2-pound fish on ... (more)
Pascagoula leaders decided this afternoon to go to the Mississippi Development Bank for $15 million in bonds for infrastructure work around the city.
Residents living with industry along heavily industrialized Bayou Casotte in east Pascagoula asked Jackson County Supervisors on Monday to intervene and help them get relief from emissions.
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Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:16 pm
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