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Quality Counts: Mississippi 2nd Most Improved State in Education

JACKSON, Miss. – For the third consecutive year, Mississippi earned national recognition for its progress in education, climbing to be among the top five...

Harrison County School District offering free meals to students

As of Wednesday, schools within the Harrison County School District are offering universal free meals to all children ages 18 and under whether they...

Harrison County School District offering free school meals to all children

Starting September 9, 2020, Harrison County School District schools will be offering universal free meals to all children ages 18 and under, whether they are learning at...

MGCCC receives grant to build performing arts center

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College received a $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts – Arts Engagement in American Communities grant for the Immersive Media...

Bus drivers to be fired after protest last week in Columbus

A Mississippi school district in Columbus says it will fire 21 bus drivers who walked off the job last week protesting a reduction in...

MGCCC still accepting new enrollment for next term

It’s not too late to begin furthering your education at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. After an overwhelming interest in their August courses, MGCCC has...

Hancock County School District to learn virtually on Wednesdays

Beginning September 2nd, the Hancock County School District will implement a new district wide schedule. This schedule will include every Wednesday each month in which...

Harrison County School District holds groundbreaking for new school

The Harrison County School District is adding a new school in D’Iberville and will be taking in overflow from five other schools in the...

COVID-19 outbreaks in 31 Mississippi schools

State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs said yesterday there were 31 COVID-19 outbreaks at Mississippi schools during the week of August 17th through the...

White House declares teachers essential workers

The White House is formally declaring teachers critical infrastructure workers. Under the designation, teachers are subject to the same kinds of safety guidelines as other...

Health Department offers drive-through COVID testing for teachers, staff

The Mississippi State Department of Health will be hosting drive-through COVID-19 testing sites for Mississippi teachers and staff at various county health departments over...

Fall classes begin at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

After months of planning by the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College staff and administration, students were finally welcomed back to campus today. In years past,...
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Local News

Fatal hit and run near Old Hwy 63 South in George County

Today the George County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatal hit and run. First responders responded to a 911 call around 9 p.m. Wednesday night...
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Songwriter’s Festival continuing on in Jackson County

As they say, the show must go on! Although the annual Songwriter’s Festival in Jackson County had to be put off due to COVID...
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VFW Post 5699 hosting food drive for veterans Saturday

Some spilled blood, others the ultimate sacrifice, giving all. VFW Post 5699 in Ocean Springs has partnered with local businesses and the community to...
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Blood drive to take place in Gautier September 29th

Due to an urgent need for all blood types, especially type O, the Gautier Rotary Club and Singing River Health System are sponsoring a...