Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors across the nation and world are working diligently to assist patients diagnosed with coronavirus. On the Coast, many doctors are receiving recognition that is well-deserved.
On Sunday, Moss Point mayor Mario King called on Governor Tate Reeves to “shut down the state” and to put in writing that Reeves’ executive order has no power to supersede municipalities’ effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Long Beach, Pass Christian, Bay Saint Louis, Gautier, and Diamondhead all passed resolutions to follow CDC guidelines as well as the State Department of Health, outlining their intent to ensure the public’s overall safety.
Over the last week, many bars and restaurants in Ocean Springs have considered closing due to COVID-19 concerns. On Friday, many made the decision to close their doors for the safety of their employees and for their patrons.
Back Bay Mission in Biloxi recently canceled their biggest annual fundraiser, Musicians with a Mission, to follow recommendations to limit large gatherings. The fundraiser is what helps Back Bay stay afloat each year.
At least one festival didn’t miss a beat or a chord on Saturday in the middle of the coronavirus anxiety. For Beauvoir management, allowing the Barbashela BBQ & Music Festival to go on was an easy call to make.
Once Houston realized there was a problem, mission control aborted the trip to the moon and worked with the astronauts to get the three men back home in the lunar module that was only designed to fit two.
To help parents and children will all of the extra stress that comes with flying, the Gulfport Biloxi International Airport is hosting an event to help give autistic children a chance to practice going through the steps of flying.
Senate Bill 2658 would ensure maliciously torturing or killing a domesticated dog or cat could be charged as a felony on a first offense and would allow officers to charge more than one count per incident.
The Friendship Oak has stood for an estimated five centuries, and now two and a half years after possibly its biggest struggle, the iconic symbol of Coast strength is poised to thrive for centuries more.
While the magnitude of these crimes is still being felt by many, teens say the prevalence of drugs and illegal activity is rampant in their schools. That's why they go to the Boys and Girls Club to get away from it.