JUSTIN MITCHELL/SUN HERALD 
 John Austin Maugh of Maugh Construction, Inc. helped renovate and rebuild Twisted Anchor Tattoo with business owner Matt Stebly in downtown Ocean Springs.
JUSTIN MITCHELL/SUN HERALD John Austin Maugh of Maugh Construction, Inc. helped renovate and rebuild Twisted Anchor Tattoo with business owner Matt Stebly in downtown Ocean Springs.
JUSTIN MITCHELL/SUN HERALD John Austin Maugh of Maugh Construction, Inc. helped renovate and rebuild Twisted Anchor Tattoo with business owner Matt Stebly in downtown Ocean Springs.

Twisted Anchor now open in downtown Ocean Springs after bumpy ride

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