A ‘yes’ vote is a vote for Pascagoula’s future

Pascagoula voters will cast ballots Tuesday on a 2 percent tax on prepared food. The tax would raise much-needed money for bike paths, ball fields, soccer fields and the skate park. We, along with businesspeople such as Scranton’s Restaurant owner Richard Chenoweth, urge Pascagoula voters to support this tax, which would fall largely on out-of-town visitors.

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Pair of defensive stops define first half of Picayune-D'Iberville football game

D'Iberville stops Picayune on fourth-and-one in the first quarter and Picayune returns the favor at the end of the second half during football action at Warrior Stadium in D'Iberville. Video by John Fitzhugh/Sun Herald
Pair of defensive stops define first half of Picayune-D'Iberville football game 1:28

Pair of defensive stops define first half of Picayune-D'Iberville football game

Atlanta Braves' Dale Murphy recites poem about grits 0:31

Atlanta Braves' Dale Murphy recites poem about grits

Pink Heart Funds still open despite depletion of account 3:18

Pink Heart Funds still open despite depletion of account

Ocean Springs tops Harrison Central in volleyball 1:00

Ocean Springs tops Harrison Central in volleyball