Saturday's National Veterans Day Parade in Gulfport concluded at Jones Park with a beautiful candlelight vigil. It gave folks a chance to reflect and give thanks. Several hundred Americans waved flags, lit candles, and sang patriotic songs at the "God and Country Candlelight Vigil."
Military veterans weren't the only ones honored. The victims of the September 11th attacks were also remembered. Local heroes like firefighters, police and military men and women were all thanked for their work, and their bravery.
Hundreds of the river rats are washing onto the Hancock County shore - mostly in Clermont Harbor and Waveland – creating a big, smelly mess.More >>
Wind and waves from Tropical Storm Cindy battered the shoreline for several days. Erosion and debris are two of the biggest problems now facing the beach.More >>
A 150-year-old parsonage house in Moss Point is being preserved by the Dantzler Memorial United Methodist Church.More >>
Tropical Storm Cindy washed more than just seaweed and drift wood onto the beach in Hancock County. Hundreds of dead nutria litter the beach.More >>
A section of Courthouse Rd. in Gulfport will be closed for several days while public works crews repair a sewer cave-in.More >>
Police are still struggling for words to describe the attack that took place in Baxley Thursday afternoon after a mother and her daughter were assaulted at their family-owned restaurant.More >>
You hear the phrase 'no means no' thrown around when it comes to a woman's ability to protect herself from unwanted sexual advances, but in the state of North Carolina - no doesn't always mean no.More >>