John Fitzhugh

John Fitzhugh

Photojournalist

Biloxi, MS

John Fitzhugh has documented South Mississippi for over 31 years as a photojournalist at the Sun Herald newspaper. He is a graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in journalism.

He is a native of Jackson, Mississippi. He is married with three daughters and two dogs. He is a big soccer fan and loves the Saints.


Recent Articles by John

  Biloxi Boardwalk Marina closing leaves boaters high and dry

  7-year-old gets surprise delivery from hospital staff after losing his favorite lovey

  Moss Point officer reminded that “Move Over” law saves lives

  Diamondhead faced with unusual election issues

  Pass Harbor returns to life after Hurricane Sally

  Hurricane Sally spoils vacation plans for some

Superstorm Sandy veterans are taking no chances with Hurricane Sally

  Hancock Co. gets COVID-19 money back, but more is available

  Donation honors former Boys & Girls Club of Jackson County board member

  South Mississippi Strong: Firefighter reflects on impact of 9/11 on first responder community

  Is more concrete the answer to erosion on Ocean Springs Front Beach?

  Group protests for removal of Confederate statue at Harrison County Courthouse

  Coastal Mississippi tourism survives summer of COVID

  Long Beach church delivers supplies to Hurricane Laura victims

Small protest breaks out at Mississippi Aquarium against dolphins

  Bayside Park cancer patient in hospice care loses home to fire

  In need of a smile? Better hope you’re on her mailing list.

  Cajun Navy on the job for evacuated shrimpers

  Unemployment numbers down, available jobs are up

  Gulfport readies streets and sidewalks for aquarium visitors

  GOMESA spending history behind legislative dispute over DMR budget

  Department of Marine Resources budget on a shoestring

  Don’t abandon your pet, let the Humane Society help you keep it

  Department of Marine Resources funding remains in limbo

  Rocket fuel manufacturing company coming to Stone County

  Hancock County residents react to statewide mask mandate

  Mississippi Power franchise vote Tuesday means hundreds of thousands of dollars to cities

  Don’t open or plant unsolicited seeds from China

  CARES Act money helps school districts make technology, safety supply purchases

  Pass Christian teachers given safety kits full of PPE, sanitizer, wipes, and more