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The Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi (The Partnership), Subway Restaurants, and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Mississippi announced Wednesday a collaboration that will bring a physical activity and healthy eating program to approximately 6,000 elementary school children around the State of Mississippi.
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A town hall style meeting was held Tuesday by the Biloxi Housing Authority (B.H.A.) to help parents better understand Common Core curriculum.
Tuesday, at the American Legion Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, President Barack Obama announced new executive actions to help improve mental healthcare for veterans and their families.
Construction on the Biloxi baseball stadium is on track with completion set for the first week of August in 2015.
With the nine year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina coming up this week, Gulfport city officials wonder if they’ve done enough to rebuild the city.
Mississippi ranks among the lowest in grades K through 12 when it comes to student achievement.
Although the drop in test scores since the implementation of Common Core was expected, Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves says there's no excuse for the lower scores.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is in the limelight again this week as President Barack Obama announced Tuesday he will be issuing 19 executive actions to help improve the quality of life for our veterans.