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By Ryan Wilson AMR paramedics are cautioning the public to remember: Soaring temperatures and high humidity can kill. Ryan Wilson, operations manager for American Medical Response ambulance …

By Toni Miles Hurricane season officially starts on June 1, but forecasters with the National Hurricane Center have already tracked the first tropical wave of this year, in early May, about three …

Pictured are (l to r) Ariana Medellin, Riley Morvant, Victoria Kelton, Alena Dedeaux and Luke Garner. Several Long Beach Bearcats recently participated in the Family, Career and Community Leaders …

Wills for Magnolia State First Responders is hosting an event for first responders and their spouses on Saturday, July 16, at Mississippi Law Enforcement Officer Training Academy (MLEOTA) located at …

Husband has had a horrible time at work that day. Feeling kicked around, unappreciated and definitely out of sorts, he pulls into the driveway, only to find that his three-year-old has left her …

No statewide issues were reported to our office during the June 7th primary and general elections. However, we received a handful of reports regarding precincts opening late due to miscommunication …

Vaeda Trudeau Hobbs, a thirteen-year resident of Long Beach, graduated with honors from Our Lady Academy on May 20. She has been accepted into the Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College and Engineering …

WHO: Pass Christian Public Library WHAT: Garifuna Family Story Time WHEN: Saturday, June 11th at 10:30am WHERE: Pass Christian Public Library, 111 Hiern Avenue, Pass Christian, …

If you’re feeling relieved that your genetic testing came back with little to no chance your baby will have any chromosome abnormalities, you can and should celebrate. Your baby will not face all …

Tough one. When you think of babies born without arms or legs. You witness hardened criminals allowed to go scot-free, over and over again. A war perpetrated against a country who has not …

A young girl’s poem in the wake of her dad’s suicide touched a chord deep in Tommy Rice’s heart. Now, this award-winning songwriter prays the song he spun from her words will reach other …

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Gulf Coast will host a weekday summer enrichment camp for ages four through eighteen. The camp will begin on June 6 and continue through July 29. Available hours for …

Offshore anglers can receive $100 of release gear for free by participating in the Return 'Em Right’s short online review of best practices. Each year, more than ten million …

Long Beach is again hosting Jeepin the Coast -- and events are already happening! Jeep Central will be open in Long Beach starting at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Come out to the …

By Toni Miles After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the annual Touch-A-Truck event at the Long Beach Harbor rolled out stronger than ever this year. Kids of all ages had the opportunity to …

By Toni Miles The official start of summer hasn’t even rolled around yet, but South Mississippi’s venues for summer hobbies are already heating up, seen recently as kite surfers dotted the …

Long Beach High School sophomore Jared Smith has been named as a semifinalist for the 2022-23 Mississippi State Board of Education (SBE) junior representative position. As a semifinalist, Smith …

The Fleming Education Center Auditorium on the University of Southern Mississippi’s Gulf Park campus will be the site of a blood drive on Thursday, June 9. Organizers say the need for blood is …

Mississippi Boychoir will present its Summer Tour Kickoff Concert on Thursday, June 23 at 6:30 p.m. at Lighthouse Ministries Church, 501 W. County Line Road, Tougaloo, MS 39174. After this concert, …

By Toni Miles The clock is ticking down to this year’s primaries. On Tuesday, June 7, voters throughout the state of Mississippi, including Long Beach residents, will head to the polls to cast …

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