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First female municipal judge appointed in Gautier and Jackson County

Former Gautier city attorney Amy Lassitter St. Pe’ was appointed as municipal judge by the Gautier City Council, making her the first female municipal judge in Gautier and Jackson County. According to the City of Gautier, Lassitter St. Pe’ —who served as the city attorney for Gautier from 2006-09 and...
JACKSON COUNTY, MS
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Autonomous Watercraft Maker Investing $5 Million in Move to Mississippi

Welcome to Thomas Insights — every day, we publish the latest news and analysis to keep our readers up to date on what’s happening in industry. Sign up here to get the day’s top stories delivered straight to your inbox. A manufacturer of ocean-going autonomous vehicles will relocate its headquarters...
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Dr. Bonita Coleman talks about improved ELA scores in Ocean Springs

George County man arrested after leading deputies on two-county, high-speed chase. Justin Lee Miller was arrested after leading deputies on a high-speed chase through multiple counties Thursday morning. IP Casino holds fashion show to raise money for Bacot McCarty Foundation. Updated: 5 hours ago. |. Renaissance the Runway features local...
OCEAN SPRINGS, MS
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Lawmakers reach agreement on medical marijuana bill

Chilly mornings in the 50s will continue into the weekend but may run out by next week. Click and watch the forecast video for details. 100-year-old World War II pilot takes ‘dream flight’ back into the clouds. Updated: 3 hours ago. |. Thomas Adams Jr. flew planes during World War...
OCEAN SPRINGS, MS
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IP Casino holds fashion show to raise money for Bacot McCarty Foundation

George County man arrested after leading deputies on two-county, high-speed chase. Justin Lee Miller was arrested after leading deputies on a high-speed chase through multiple counties Thursday morning. Ocean Springs School District sees testing scores improve despite pandemic. Updated: 5 hours ago. |. According to Mississippi Academic Assessment Program, school...
OCEAN SPRINGS, MS
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Broken pipe floods Coast Coliseum; Cleanup underway for Cruisin’

BILOXI, Miss. (WLOX) - Heavy rains created a huge mess at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center Tuesday night. Halls B and C, which are important spaces for Cruisin’ the Coast, took on thousands of gallons of water. “We got a lot of rain in a really short period...
BILOXI, MS
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South Mississippi welcomes the Fall season with cooler weather

Broken pipe floods Coast Coliseum; Cleanup underway for Cruisin’. A joint on a drainage pipe in the roof burst and flooded about 50,000-square-feet of brand new carpet. In addition, nine electrical floor boxes were flooded. Updated: 5 hours ago. |. The new budget plans to add 15 new officers to...
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Historical Marker unveiled in honor of First Baptist Church Gulfport

Where the Mississippi Aquarium now stands was once the original location of First Baptist Church Gulfport. They held a ceremony today that celebrated the rich heritage of the church and its congregation. History was made as a historical marker for the church was unveiled to the public. The congregation of...
GULFPORT, MS
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Ocean Springs Mayor’s Youth Council preparing care packages for Hurricane Ida relief

The Ocean Springs Mayor’s Youth Council is giving back to our Louisiana neighbors. The Mayor’s Youth Council is hosting a Hurricane Ida care package drive. The council is made up of juniors and seniors from Ocean Springs High School. Together they decided to collect unused personal hygiene products, socks, shoes, snacks and nonperishable food items to donate to those in need.
OCEAN SPRINGS, MS
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MDMR receives Tidelands check; nearly 30 public access projects now funded

On behalf of the Gulf Coast legislative delegation, Secretary of State Michael Watson on Tuesday presented the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources with a check for $11,226,497, representing the Tidelands Trust Funds amounts collected during Fiscal Year 2021 for use during Fiscal Year 2022. The $11.2 million is the second-highest tidelands transfer since 1997.
D'IBERVILLE, MS