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The Bay-Waveland School District Board of Trustees — during a special meeting on Tuesday — approved the district’s plan for reopening schools for the 2020-2021 school year. 

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Another big day for COVID-19 — the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) on Friday reported 550 new cases statewide, with six new deaths, bringing the totals since March 11 to 25,066 and 1,022 deaths. There were three new cases reported in Hancock County Friday, bringing the total he…

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Calgon Carbon Corporation on Thursday announced that it intends to expand capacity at its Pearlington, Mississippi plant by adding a second virgin activated carbon production line.

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With chants of “Unity in the Community!” and “No Justice, No Peace!” the 100 Women DBA took to the streets of Bay St. Louis on Friday for the first-ever Women for Progress March.

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A death investigation is under way after a dredging company working at Bayou Caddy made a shocking discovery underneath the brackish waters — a human skull.

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The Mississippi State Department of Health on Thursday announced that “approximately seven percent of Mississippi residents have now been tested for the disease, including 100 percent of all residents and staff of the 211 nursing homes in Mississippi.” 

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USA Today has nominated the city of Bay St. Louis as the “Best Coastal Small Town” in America, and you can vote to help clinch the award.

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The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) on Tuesday reported 268 new cases of COVID-19 in the state and 28 new deaths, 10 of which were identified from death certificate reports logged between May 6 and May 27. One of the deaths occurred in Hancock County.

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The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) on Friday reported the largest number of one-day COVID-19 case increases yet, with 418 new cases of the virus in the state and 17 new deaths — four of which were from May 11-15, identified from death certificate reports. No new cases or death…

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POPLARVILLE, Miss. -- Pearl River Community College is planning to resume on-campus classes at its Poplarville, Hattiesburg and Waveland locations this fall with the semester set to begin Aug. 17. “Everyday we realize we are a step closer to welcoming our students back and that’s exciting,” …