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Two of Mississippi's better cornerback prospects make the call for the Bulldogs on Friday afternoon after receiving offers earlier in the day.
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The Marine stationed at Keesler Air Force Base would stop at the next grave and read the name, birth and death dates, and what wars the veteran had fought in.
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A reader asked in a Sound Off if they might add a solar-powered yard light to a channel marker to make it more visible.
Memorial Day Weekend on the Coast marks the traditional beginning of summer, but we have never lost sight of the fact it is principally a time of solemn remembrance of those who have died in our nation's wars.
The YMCA is sponsoring a spring family fun fest outdoor pool opening on Friday from 4-6 p.m. The event includes face painting, crafts, spring egg jump in pool, free nachos, popcorn and lemonade.
The Moss Point Board of Aldermen on Tuesday approved a change of Internet provider for the police department to use iPads in patrol cars, new technology that now allows officers to file incident reports while still in the field.
About 33 Indian guest workers have filed a lawsuit against Signal International LLC, saying they were tricked out of money and forced to work in barbaric conditions at the Pascagoula facility.
Gulfport High School graduates walked two by two, 355 strong, Wednesday down the aisle of the Coast Coliseum and toward their futures.
Moonseop Kim, 54, of South Korea, was sentenced in U.S. District Court this week to time served of 8 1/2 months, according to U.S. Attorney Gregory K. Davis and Raymond R. Parmer, Jr., Special Agent in Charge of Homeland Security Investigations in New Orleans.
The flight is set for Oct. 1. It will depart from Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport to fly honorees to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D. C. Since its inaugural flight in May 2011, Mississippi Honor Flight has made five trips to take 431 veterans to visit the memorial they earned.
Fifty years ago, civil rights protesters held sit-ins at lunch counters or in awaiting rooms or bus stations across the South.
The Humane Society of the United States and the Humane Society of South Mississippi said in a news release that the dogs were in "horrible conditions" in Tylertown with some "sharing cages with the decomposing bodies of dead dogs and puppies." The dogs, mostly Boston terriers, dachshunds, Yorkshire terriers and Chihuahuas, were taken Monday to the ... (more)
The Humane Society of South Mississippi is heading back to Gulfport with more than 100 small breed dogs rescued from an alleged puppy mill in Tylertown Monday.
With 160 full time military and civilian employees, the Combat Readiness Training Center in Gulfport has an annual economic impact of $65 million.