Casting for “The Song You’ll Never Hear,” a sequel to the 2005 movie “Songs About Your Girlfriend” will be held in Ocean Springs MS on Oct. 27. The original cast will return for a movie filmed on the Mississippi Coast.
Republican Ocean Springs MS Mayor Shea Dobson is hosting an event to gather signatures for the Medical Marijuana 2020 campaign. The event will be at Mary C. O’Keefe Cultural Center for Arts and Education.
On October 11, 1973 two Pascagoula residents reported being abducted and examined by extraterrestrials. It was an allegation that sparked a media frenzy, focusing national attention onto the Mississippi Gulf Coast and locals' eyes skyward.
The Pascagoula MS UFO abduction story has turned 45. Famous around the world among UFO aficionados, Calvin Parker has now published a book, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast is taking another look at embracing it.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office removed a vehicle from Parker’s Lake, which is between Vancleave and Hurley, Mississippi on Wade-Vancleave Road. No body has been found. The car was fully submerged.
Scott Walker and ex-Department of Marine Resources Director William “Bill” Walker have prime season tickets to the Biloxi MS Shuckers. As convicted felons they both owe thousands of dollars in restitution.
Brandin Brosh, owner of Charisma boutique in Ocean Springs MS, will be a contestant on the new Lifetime TV reality dating show called “Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island.” Contestants leave island married or alone.
Dr. Terry Millette is suspending his Pascagoula MS neurology practice because of “recently discovered health conditions.” He faces lawsuits alleging he misdiagnosed SRHS patients with multiple sclerosis.