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No baseball in Biloxi next year? Team owner says it's a 'possibility' due to delays, cost concerns over new stadium. http://ow.ly/z1AW6
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"I've been happy to be a part of a council filled with great minds and great Pascagoulans," Taylor said of his fellow council members and city staff. "They have Pascagoula first in their hearts. They're just good people."
Pascagoula Ward 1 Councilman Larry Taylor said today that he plans to resign from city leadership and accept a basketball coaching job at Water Valley High School in north Mississippi.
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Judge Harris smiled widely at council member Jimmy Ely on Thursday as he sat a grocery bag full of cucumbers from his garden on the judge's bench. The judge kindly told Ely that he could not accept gifts and asked him to share the fresh cucumbers with the council and others.
PASCAGOULA, Mississippi -- Nothing says "thank you" like a sack full of homegrown cucumbers, Jackson County Chancery Judge D. Neil Harris learned today from the newly recognized Vancleave Live Oak Choctaw tribe. After lengthy litigation where two groups of the...
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"We are looking forward to having a unified drug enforcement team for the entire county to combat illegal drug activity," Britt said. "It's a new day in Jackson County, and the sheriff's department is moving forward with a fresh accountability, untainted transparency and a solid reputation."
The South Mississippi Metro Enforcement Team's interlocal agreement between the Pascagoula, Moss Point, Ocean Springs and Gautier police departments and the Jackson County Sheriff's Department has been approved by the attorney general's office, the team announced today.
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Michael Cornell Moye, of the 4000 block of Rock Creek Road in Moss Point, was arrested Tuesday afternoon at a local shipyard where he works.
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Duke was the 10th and youngest man to walk on the moon...
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OCEAN SPRINGS, Mississippi -- When Rosemary Roosa says she's planting roots in Ocean Springs, she really means it. Roosa is the Executive Director of the Walter Anderson Museum. She is also the only child of Col. Stuart Roosa, the Command...
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"We don't know what to think right now. It's pretty much out of our budget," Mayor A.J. Holloway said.
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Mississippi girl thought to have been cured of HIV, has relapse ... a setback for medical breakthrough ... http://ow.ly/z10VZ
A Mississippi girl born with the AIDS virus and in remission for years despite stopping treatment now shows signs that she still harbors HIV -- and therefore is not cured. The news is a setback to hopes that very early...
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Thursday marks 50th anniversary of opening of Jackson FBI office...
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JACKSON, Mississippi -- The FBI is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the opening of its Jackson Field Office with a special ceremony featuring dignitaries and officials. In conjunction, the FBI has released photos and documents relative to not only the...
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Observers are encouraged to be in place at the newly renovated Point Park in Pascagoula or the western-most area of Pascagoula beach by 9 a.m. to see the ship off.
Last-minute ship preparations will push back America's sail-away from Ingalls Shipbuilding until Friday morning, the shipbuilder said this afternoon.
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While the costs of driving and accommodations in the Magnolia State aren't too expensive, the WalletHub report said, the state ranks low for traffic conditions, safety, weather conditions and fun/scenic attractions.
Cheap gasoline and camping sites couldn't save Mississippi from coming in dead last in a recent ranking of the best states for summer road trips. While the costs of driving and accommodations in the Magnolia State aren't too expensive, the...
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Mary Fantroy, a nurse at the center for nine years, said Tuesday that employees want a three percent flat raise for all employees and a better schedule for weekend work.
Employees of Singing River Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Moss Point are picketing this week after they say the company hasn't responded to requests for a small raise and better work schedules.
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