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James Ward, 37, pleaded guilty Feb. 10 to two counts of exploitation of a child, which occurred March 7, 2012, in Jackson County.
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5 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
The Jackson County Board of Supervisors plans to hire Diane Robinson to be the new director at the Jackson County Animal Shelter in Gautier, leaders announced Friday.
6 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
Bullying sparked the Magnolia Middle School fight that led to the death of 12-year-old Lorel Malone this morning, Jackson County NAACP President Curley Clark said.
12 hrs ago | Sunherald.com
Hwy 613/Hwy 614, Moss Point: On 03/06/2014, Manuel Carabell Was Arrested And Charged With Driving Under The Influence, No Proof Of Liability Insurance, No Driver's License And Disregarding Traffic Devices.
Paula Yancey, Jackson County's board attorney, announced today that she will run for Mississippi District 16 Chancery Court judge against incumbent Neil Harris.
Street paving around Ocean Springs will begin within the next month, according to Jackson County District 5 Supervisor John McKay.
In March 2012, he graduated from the FBI National Academy, and he has worked for the district attorney's office for the past 10 years.
Total Environmental Solutions Inc. and Utility Services LLC have agreed to address violations of the Clean Water Act, including effluent violations and unauthorized overflows of untreated raw sewage at 18 sites in Mississippi.
The Pascagoula City Council agreed tonight that it needs to sit down with Corps of Engineers and Jackson County leaders to discuss erosion of its beach.
George County Middle School Principal Stewart Hurley is in the hospital today recovering from a motorcycle wreck he had in Jackson County over the weekend.
COURTESY OF CAROLE MARIE STUART MGCCC JC Fine Arts Department's art exhibit 'Cruze' features the works of Carole Marie Stuart.
Work is set to begin mid-March on the $13.6 million second phase of work at the U.S. Highway 90 and Mississippi 63 and 611 interchange in Jackson County.
Singing River Health System leaders went before the Jackson County Board of Supervisors this morning to say they will likely collect $88 million less on patients' bills than they expected.
The city of Ocean Springs is shelling out $5,000 for an update to an annexation plan completed in 2009 but ultimately abandoned.