A history of the Sun Herald newspaper that publishes daily in South Mississippi. The paper began as the Daily Herald by John Wilkes. It later added an afternoon paper, The Sun, then the two merged to become the Sun Herald.
In an effort to control costs, the Sun Herald newspaper in Gulfport, Miss., decided to shut down their printing press and have the paper printed in Jackson. The night before the last run, pressroom employees reflect on the changing industry,
Sun Herald readers were very excited when we posted that Salad Station would be opening in D'Iberville. They opened in December, 2018, and have been busy ever since serving a healthy alternative to traditional fast food in D'Iberville.
If you are laid off from your job, then you may be eligible for unemployment insurance, but you must abide by the rules. Some people misunderstand their legal responsibilities when they receive these benefits, which can lead to a commission of fraud.
Sun Herald reporter Robin Fitzgerald talks about two stories she covered in 2018 that show some of the problems in state's mental health care system. Twice people who were seeking help were not properly cared for, both were shot by police, one died.
Sun Herald reporter Margaret Baker's uncovered the story of a Jackson County School District special needs teacher and bus driver that had mistreated a student in 2018. Baker's reporting brought out videos that shocked the Mississippi Coast.