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Zachary Cuny, son of Antonio and Stephanie Cuny of Ocean Springs, will be awarded the Eagle Scout Award, the highest rank awarded in scouting.
The almost 4,000-square-foot home is listed for $1,125,000 by Lynn Wade of Coldwell Banker Real Estate's Ocean Springs office.
Jackson County attorney Paula Yancey's announcement last week that she will run for Chancery Court judge for Jackson, George and Greene counties against incumbent Neil Harris makes it the first judgeship on the Coast to be contested.
On the agenda for the regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday are the subdivision of property at Pass Road and Belvedere Drive, a tax exemption for the Hookup Bar & Restaurant in East Biloxi, acceptance of contracts for continued infrastructure work and the approval for the police department to buy about $45,000 in ammunition for training.
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.
Convent Ave & Market St: Meagan Gressett, 23, 3605 Gautier Vancleave Rd, Gautier, was arrested for possession of spice and 2 counts of failure to appear.
Assisted by a group of "workers" with experience with dirt, officials broke ground on a $2.4 million expansion and renovation project at the Blossman Family YMCA in Ocean Sprigns.
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.
Driving north along County Farm Road it's hard to miss the property, nestled under a large county water tower.
City leaders heard a report on revenue that would be generated if the city decides to annex east to Mississippi 57 and north past Interstate 10. They also passed an ordinance Thursday night to govern short-term rentals in commercial areas of the city that would generate revenue from property owners who rent out their homes or apartments for events.
Ocean Springs aldermen appear to be finally closing in on an elusive festival policy which they hope will help the city offset some of the costs of supporting special events in the city.
A few months ago, Lucinda Fuller and her husband called a tent community located in the woods off of Nathan Hale road in Pascagoula "home."
Street paving around Ocean Springs will begin within the next month, according to Jackson County District 5 Supervisor John McKay.