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Long Beach Improvements
The city of Long Beach has come a long way since Hurricane Katrina, but there’s still work to be done. Video Video
Gas Leak Causes School to Evacuate
Students and faculty at Harper McCaughan Elementary School in Long Beach were evacuated earlier today because of a gas leak. Video Video
Long Beach Celebrates Growth and History
This evening, the city of Long Beach celebrated not only how far the city has come in development over the past few years, but people gathered to celebrate its history as well. Video Video
Slab removal across the city.
Long Beach elected officials believe slab removal across the city is a step toward economic development. Details on their other ideas for economic development on NBC at 5:30. Video Video
Former Long Beach Mayor Passed Away
Former Long Beach Mayor Glenn W. Mitchell passed away on Sunday at 59-years-old. Video Video
Hancock Bank Says Thank You to Long Beach
Tonight, Hancock Bank said thank you to a city that helped them tremendously in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Video Video
U.S.M. Opens First Student Health Center in Long Beach
The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Park opened its very first student health center Tuesday, after petitions and multiple meetings between students and administration. Video Video
Long Beach Holds Cemetery Tours for Halloween
Thursday night, Long Beach brought back its cemetery tours to give a little history lesson. Video Video
Long Beach Hopes to Adopt an Ordinance to Remove Slabs Left from Katrina
Long Beach officials are looking to adopt an ordinance to help move past Hurricane Katrina devastation. Video Video
New Restaurant To Open In Long Beach Harbor
The Oyster Reef Club, a new restaurant overlooking the beautiful Long Beach Harbor will be opening in May. Video Video
USM Gulf Park Invites Students for Career Showcase
U.S.M. Gulf Park invited the students for a career showcase, introducing them to the campus and all it has to offer. Video Video
Quarles Elementary Gets Renovated as Part of Day of Caring
United Way's Leo Seal Jr. Day of Caring was in full swing Friday, as volunteers spread out along the Gulf Coast to give help and support wherever it was needed. Video Video
Long Beach Canal Expansion Project Brings Controversy
Long Beach residents met Wednesday night to discuss a drainage project that has been in the works for 15 years and has drawn controversy from residents who live along the project site. Video Video
Long Beach Residents Unhappy About Canal Expansion Project
Many who live along the canal feel the expansion is unnecessary, but there may be a silver lining to this project. Video Video
Bank Robbery Suspects Flee from Long Beach to Gulfport
Friday afternoon, a bank robbery in Long Beach turned into a high speed pursuit ending in Gulfport with the capture of two suspects. Video Video
Long Beach Widow Receives Help from Local Organization
One Long Beach woman has her work cut out for her, raising six children, but it's all a labor of love. Video Video
Fitness Center Opens on U.S.M. Gulf Park Campus
Wednesday was the grand opening of a new fitness center on Southern Miss' Gulf Park campus. Video Video
Climb C.D.C. Announces Construction & Culinary Community Service Project at Quarles Elementary
In conjunction with the United Way’s Leo Seal Day of Caring, CLIMB Community Development Corporation (CLIMB C.D.C.) will provide YouthBuild AmeriCorps members to renovate a physical education room at Quarles Elementary School in Long Beach, and YouthBuild culinary students will conduct a cooking lesson on healthy eating at the school.
Bank Robbery in Long Beach Turns Into High Speed Pursuit
Friday afternoon, a bank robbery in Long Beach turned into a high speed pursuit ending in Gulfport with the capture of two suspects. Video Video
Rouses in Long Beach Announces it Will be Closing
Rouses store number 43 in Long Beach announced Friday that it will be closing its doors. Video Video
Long Beach Holds Cruisin' the Coast Parade
Long Beach kicked off its Cruisin’ festivities with their annual parade, and it was the place to be to see over 600 classic cars in action. Video Video
Rachel's Challenge Has Made it to Long Beach
The worldwide anti-bullying campaign taught kindness at Harper McCaughan Elementary. Video Video
Long Beach Students Get to be Crime Scene Investigators
Ever wonder what it's like to be a crime scene investigator? Friday, some Long Beach students found out. Video Video
Long Beach Economic Growth on the Rise
Things in Long Beach are looking up. Video Video
Long Beach Holds 18th Annual Cruisin' the Coast Parade
Eighteen years is a long time, but that's how long the parade of cars in Long Beach has been going, and like many of the cars, it just gets better with age. Video Video
Childers Challenges Cochran to South MS Debate at Wednesday Press Conference
U.S. Senate Candidate Travis Childers appeared at a press conference Wednesday calling on Senator Thad Cochran to join him for a debate at the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast on the issues important to hard-working, Mississippi families.
Red Cross Blood Donor Reaches 10 Gallon Milestone, Helps Save Scores of Lives
Thursday, September 25th, 2014, Brenda Necaise of Long Beach, Mississippi recently reached her 10 gallon blood donation milestone with the American Red Cross.
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