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The Mississippi State "Road Dawgs Tour" will visit Biloxi on Monday, May 5, from 6-8 p.m. at the Hard Rock Cafe-Pool Deck.
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The Renew our Rivers Program kicked off this week with a big turnout and lots of good work by the 150 volunteers.
Grace Munro was crowned the 56th Mississippi Camellia Queen in the pageant held April 19 in the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino's Camellia Ballroom.
With gaming revenues on the rise and casinos making major investments, the people at Biloxi city hall are breathing a bit easier these days.
A Biloxi man plans to plead guilty in a multi-state dog fighting and gambling case being prosecuted in Montgomery, Ala., his attorney said.
KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALD The old grocery building at the end of Lemoyne Boulevard in the center of D'Iberville is coming down to make way for a neighborhood Wal-Mart.
When the new Double-A baseball team lands in Biloxi for the 2015 campaign, it will have the same general manager it had in Huntsville, Ala.
Deer Island is a lot cleaner, thanks to the efforts of more than 150 volunteers.
Five South Mississippi women received awards at the Eighth Annual Caring Women luncheon Tuesday at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi.
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALDAnimal lover Wendy Kennedy sits with her three rescued dogs, Angel, Macy and Hearty, at Point Cadet, one of their favorite places to go for a walk and play, on Monday, April 21, 2014.
A Biloxi man is accused of stealing a trailer full of tools from a construction site in St. Martin.
Emile Albert Ambrose III, 36, of Biloxi has been arrested and charged with motor vehicle theft, according to a news release from the Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania.
HWY 613, MOSS POINT: ON 04/17/2014, WILLIAM JAMES BURNSED WAS ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE AND POSSESSION OF HYDROMORPHONE.
The southern portion of Caillavet Street will be closed for the next month to move utility lines and after that, drivers will navigate around streets closed in commercial areas of Biloxi for the next three years.
If you were on Highway 90 Sunday, you may have noticed less traffic and fewer crowds on the beach.