A Sun Herald editor wanted a story on angel statues placed anonymously in Biloxi’s Lighthouse Park, but a reporter’s visit to the park turned up much more: a grieving mother’s tale about her toddler’s brutal murder.
I’ve lived on the Mississippi Coast for 32 years and had never experienced the phenomenon of easy-to-catch seafood along the shore until I saw others scooping up the bounty that led to a jubilee. But it was about more than catching free fish that warmed my heart.
Season two of “Last Chance U” made its debut on Netflix on July 21. It follows the ups and downs of the Scooba-based East Mississippi Community College Lions football team and their explosive head coach Buddy Stephens.
A viral Facebook post about a sales associate at Biloxi’s Walmart Supercenter helping a blind man shop left a mystery to be solved after the associate was identified as Brittany Walton, but said she knew the blind man only as “Mr. Roy.”
Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania is frustrated by the ‘dark side’ of social media, the speed with which people now seem to expect results and the information the media demands, quickly, during breaking investigations.
Laurie Carter of Gulfport was so angered by a body-shaming Facebook post that she reached out to the victim and is organizing an anti-bullying rally at Jones Park in Gulfport. The rally will be Sept. 2, 11a.m. to 1p.m. Carter invites anyone who has ever been bullied to come to the rally and take a stand.
She was bullied for her size growing up, now she wants to take a stand against bullies
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