More Videos

John Knight played through injury to lead Vancleave 0:59

John Knight played through injury to lead Vancleave

Sophia Myers was an angel among us 4:10

Sophia Myers was an angel among us

Gulfport Harbor Lights Christmas show at Jones Park 1:27

Gulfport Harbor Lights Christmas show at Jones Park

Mother gives eulogy for Sophia Myers 18:06

Mother gives eulogy for Sophia Myers

'I didn't count on loving her.' Reporter tells story behind covering DIPG and Sophia Myers 3:50

'I didn't count on loving her.' Reporter tells story behind covering DIPG and Sophia Myers

Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium 0:14

Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium

Police update on Artes Street home invasion 0:36

Police update on Artes Street home invasion

He survived cancer, now he’s giving back 2:07

He survived cancer, now he’s giving back

West Harrison band to experience New York City in Macy’s parade 1:40

West Harrison band to experience New York City in Macy’s parade

Seven Day Savage: Pomade with an attitude 1:18

Seven Day Savage: Pomade with an attitude

  • Gulfport veterans are proud of son, daughter serving in the Army

    Fred and Michele Gargiulo of Gulfport both served in the Army and had no idea two of their children would follow in their footsteps. It was difficult on mom and dad when Danielle and Blaise were deployed to Afghanistan together, but they are now back safely.

Fred and Michele Gargiulo of Gulfport both served in the Army and had no idea two of their children would follow in their footsteps. It was difficult on mom and dad when Danielle and Blaise were deployed to Afghanistan together, but they are now back safely. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
Fred and Michele Gargiulo of Gulfport both served in the Army and had no idea two of their children would follow in their footsteps. It was difficult on mom and dad when Danielle and Blaise were deployed to Afghanistan together, but they are now back safely. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

Siblings serving in military together take comfort in joint deployments

November 12, 2017 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 12, 2017 09:51 AM

More Videos

John Knight played through injury to lead Vancleave 0:59

John Knight played through injury to lead Vancleave

Sophia Myers was an angel among us 4:10

Sophia Myers was an angel among us

Gulfport Harbor Lights Christmas show at Jones Park 1:27

Gulfport Harbor Lights Christmas show at Jones Park

Mother gives eulogy for Sophia Myers 18:06

Mother gives eulogy for Sophia Myers

'I didn't count on loving her.' Reporter tells story behind covering DIPG and Sophia Myers 3:50

'I didn't count on loving her.' Reporter tells story behind covering DIPG and Sophia Myers

Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium 0:14

Video shows cop punching a woman in the face as she is ejected from Hard Rock Stadium

Police update on Artes Street home invasion 0:36

Police update on Artes Street home invasion

He survived cancer, now he’s giving back 2:07

He survived cancer, now he’s giving back

West Harrison band to experience New York City in Macy’s parade 1:40

West Harrison band to experience New York City in Macy’s parade

Seven Day Savage: Pomade with an attitude 1:18

Seven Day Savage: Pomade with an attitude

  • He survived cancer, now he’s giving back

    George County High School baseball player Dylan Eubanks is a cancer survivor who received treatment at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. In October he had the idea to raise some money for the facility. He and his teammates have raised more than $6,000, and he and three others promised to shave their heads when they hit $5,000.