Reward raised in Picayune death investigation
A reward for information in the 2013 fatal shooting of Kema Dione Keys has been raised to $5,000 by Picayune police and the Pearl River County Crime Stoppers.
Ex-Picayune employee arrested
JACKSON _ Gregory Kerr, a former employee with the City of Picayune's Public Works Department, was arrested by special agents from the State Auditor's Office and booked into the Pearl River County Jail today.
Annual Strawberries and Cream festival set for Sunday
Bring family and friends to celebrate the history of the old strawberry farm at Pinecote Pavilion.
Chupacabra Spotted! News at 11! How Local News Created a Monster
Arlen "Bubba" Parma of Ratcliffe, Texas, was minding his property last weekend when he came upon something he'd never seen before.
Taxpayers get last-minute advice
Procrastinators have just a week to mail their tax returns by the April 15 deadline and will have few opportunities to find a U.S. Post Office open beyond the normal 5 p.m. that day.
Strawberries and Cream Festival served April 13 at Crosby Arboretum
Crosby Arboretum will host its annual Strawberries and Cream Festival April 13 in Picayune, Miss.
Sandwich signs getting bigger in Poplarville
POPLARVILLE -- The Poplarville Board of Aldermen has passed new ordinances for sandwich signs that can be displayed in the city, increasing the dimensions from 2 to 6 feet.
Home for Sale in Picayune, Mississippi
Description: Totally Remodeled in 2010 & appraised over 101K - 2900 SF three bdrm.
Miss. lawmakers approve medical cannabis oil
The state House on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a measure that would allow the limited use of cannabis oil, derived from marijuana, as medical treatment.
Wet or Dry? Poplarville voters decide today
A vote is underway tonight to determine if Poplarville could become a wet city. Mayor Brad Necaise tells us a record number of people have turned out today to cast their vote on whether or not beer and wine should be sold within city limits.
Q&A with Michael Garriga, author of 'Book of Duels'
Mississippi native Michael Garriga -- and all of his 100-plus first cousins -- grew up on the state's elusive Gulf Coast.
Senate confirms Wright as Miss. superintendent
Four months after she started work, Carey Wright's position as Mississippi's state superintendent of education is official.
James Beard Foundation nominates 4 La chefs
NOLA.com ' The Times-Picayune reports Justin Devillier of La Petite Grocery, Ryan Prewitt of Peche Seafood Grill, Alon Shaya of Domenica and Sue Zemanick of Gautreau's and Ivy captured four of the five slots in the category "Best Chef: South," which covers Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Arkansas and Puerto Rico.