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6 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
ST. MARTIN, Mississippi -- The Jackson County Sheriff's Department is investigating a Wednesday morning commercial burglary in the St. Martin community north of Ocean Springs.
Award winners, left to right, are Shirley Phillips and Jay Huffstatler, of the American Red Cross of Mississippi; Justin Struble, of Wealth CAPS; Bruce Grimes, of Brass Hanger Cleaners; and Amanda Lett, Betty Armstrong and William Trevvett, of Singing River Rehabilitation and Nursing Center.
Ashley Triolo, a sophomore at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College's Jackson County Campus, is the only Associate Degree Nursing student in the state to win a Mississippi Nurses Foundation Award.
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)
In an event sure to draw stares from passing motorists, women across the Gulf Coast are asked to decorate and donate their bras for Bras Across the River, which will result in thousands of bras stretched across the Highway 613 bridge in Moss Point.
All lanes of Interstate 10 will be shut down briefly today at mile-marker 54 between Ocean Springs and Vancleave.
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.
All lanes of Interstate 10 will be shut down briefly Tuesday at mile-marker 54 between Ocean Springs and Vancleave.
The second person who died Saturday night in a head-on collision on Mississippi 63 near Escatawpa has been identified as Michael Gaffney, 54, of Mobile.
Mississippi's coastal counties are well-armed with military surplus equipment and Hinds County even has a grenade launcher, according to a report and interactive map in the New York Times .
Forty-five years ago today, the history and landscape of South Mississippi changed forever when Hurricane Camille swept in and wiped away landmarks, killed 141 people along the Coast and caused more than $1 billion in damage.
Mississippi Highway Patrol spokesman Benjamin Seibert tells us there are two confirmed fatalities and one more person is in critical condition.
Originally organized in 1856 as St. Paul's Episcopal Church, this high Victorian, Carpenter Gothic-styled sanctuary has become a treasured example of fortitude, faith and endurance in South Mississippi.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 04:33 pm
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