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Bay Residents Donate Blood to Benefit the Northeast
Residents in Bay St. Louis rolled up their sleeves for a good cause Wednesday.
Harrison County Woman Arrested for Scamming Red Cross
A Harrison County woman has been arrested for allegedly defrauding the American Red Cross, announced Attorney General Jim Hood Wednesday.
Red Cross Continues to Assist Those Affected by Southeast Mississippi Tornadoes
The American Red Cross will continue relief operations on Christmas Day in southeast Mississippi for people affected by the tornadoes that tore through Marion and Jones Counties in southeast Mississippi Tuesday afternoon.
Red Cross Responds to Tornadoes in Southeast Mississippi with Shelter, Food, & Relief Supplies
The American Red Cross Mississippi Region continues to help people affected by the severe weather system that tore through Marion and Jones counties in Southeast Mississippi Tuesday afternoon.
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