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A native of South Mississippi, Twedt joined Neel-Schaffer in 2010 as area manager and works out of the Biloxi office, coordinating work among the Neel-Schaffer offices in Bay St. Louis, Biloxi, Gulfport, Hattiesburg, Laurel and Pascagoula.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
Renter's insurance needed to cover personal items
When the smoke cleared at Arbor View Apartments in D'Iberville on Wednesday morning, Ashley Guerrero realized none of her belongings could be salvaged from her apartment that was destroyed in the Tuesday night fire.
From diner to doorstep: Delivery Guru delivers it all in Gulfport
With years of experience and a new business under his belt, a Biloxi man isn't just a delivery driver -- he's the Delivery Guru.
Personnel File for March 9
Paul Mace has been appointed as chief medical officer at Garden Park Medical Center in Gulfport.
Weather affects fishing season
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALD FILE At the 2009 Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo at Point Cadet in Biloxi.C. J, Burnham, 3, of Gulfport looks at the 38-pound, 7-ounce black drum caught by ten-year-old Zachary Wilson on eight-pound test line.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Chambers join forces in Gulfport
The Orange Grove/Lyman Chamber of Commerce has merged into the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce in a year-long process that combines the boards of both groups.
The Mississippi Press
MGCCC, MUW partner to offer 4-year culinary arts degree on Coast
Mississippi University for Women President Dr. Jim Borsig and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College President Dr. Mary S. Graham announced that the two schools would partner to offer a bachelor's degree in technology and professional studies with a concentration in culinary arts on the Coast.
Prince Jones to be honored Saturday before start of Prince Jones Relays
Former Gulfport High School track and field coach Prince Jones will be honored Saturday morning at the Gulfport High track complex before the start of the annual Prince Jones Relays.
Beer, Bacon, Buddies for HSSM is tonight
The Humane Society of South Mississippi, Mississippi Brewing Company, Southern Flavor Catering and The Dock will present the second annual Beer, Bacon, Buddies starting at 5:30 tonight at Mississippi Brewing Company, 13247 Seaway Road, Gulfport.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
0307 Marquee Framed
This week, Marquee Framed visits The Office, Manhattan, Al Fresco and Mosaic Tapas Bar in Ocean Springs and Los Tres Amigos in Gulfport and Bow and Stern in Pass Christian.
New rodeo will punctuate Winter Classic
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALDBrandon Perdue at the Gulf Coast Winter Classic horse show at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in Lyman on Thursday, March 6, 2014.
Firehouse Subs returns to Gulf Coast with opening of Biloxi restaurant
KARA KIMBROUGH/SPECIAL TO THE SUN HERALDThe Firehouse Hero is a veritable feast of three freshly sliced meats, cheeses, seasonings and vegetables on a crispy roll.
Action Report: Odometer roll back investigation
What should someone do if they find out they bought a used car and it actually had more miles on it than what the odometer indicated? That's what a Picayune man is trying to find out.
Jordan Salloum gets big break in movies
When locals head to theaters to see Will Ferrell's upcoming movie, "Get Hard," scheduled for release in 2015, they may notice Ferrell sharing screen time with Gulfport native Jordan Salloum.
The Mississippi Press
Jackson County has 2 of 18 illegal sewage discharge sites in lawsuit settled by consent decree
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.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
4 arrested in DOJ prescription drug ring probe
GULFPORT -- A Georgia doctor and three Mississippi men have been arrested for operating what the Department of Justice is calling an illegal prescription drug ring.
Community embracing D'Iberville fire victims
PATRICK OCHS/SUN HERALD Michael, Aedan and Deanna McQuillan lost everything in Tuesday night's fire at the D'Iberville Arbor View Apartments.
The Mississippi Press
12 apartments destroyed, all residents safe after Tuesday night fire in D'Iberville
D'IBERVILLE, Mississippi -- Although a few pets are unaccounted for, all residents are safe and being relocated today to new apartments after a Tuesday night fire at the Arbor Vista complex in D'Iberville destroyed 12 of 20 units in building 400 of the massive complex.