The 450 or so members of the Gulfport Scottish Rite organization turned their Wednesday breakfast into an appreciation meal for their city’s fire department. In this case, everyone in the Gulfport Fire Department got a meal and much more.
Hundreds will gather Wednesday to say their final goodbyes to Bishop Joseph Howze, who served as the first-ever bishop for the Biloxi Diocese and made history as the first black bishop to head a diocese in this century.
Freedom Field will continue its face lift to the tune of $193,545. The board voted Tuesday night to approve the spending and inked a deal with JLB Contractors, LLC. The final phase of the project includes a rubberized walking trail and upgraded parking.
Once the government shutdown ends there will be a lot of catching up to do in many departments. While day-to-day forecasting goes uninterrupted, the time loss will never be regained by those who help keep us safe during hurricane season.
With Sheldon Rankins out for the year, guys like Taylor Stallworth are ready to step up and shine - and with the Rams stud RB duo of Todd Gurley and CJ Anderson coming to town for the NFC Championship Game, there's no time like the present.
A member of the family that owns Purdue Pharma told people at the OxyContin launch party that it would be “followed by a blizzard of prescriptions that will bury the competition,” according to court documents.
Governor Phil Bryant delivered his final State of the State address at the State Capitol Tuesday night. Bryant used the opportunity to talk about the state’s success, reflect on certain themes, and challenging lawmakers.
Nineteen teachers from across South Mississippi are getting help with their lessons on environmental science thanks to Mississippi Power. This week, the company awarded about $12,000 in grant money to be used for equipment, supplies, and class projects.