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Facebook board upholds Trump suspension

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Former President Donald Trump won’t return to Facebook — for now. The social network’s quasi-independent Oversight Board voted to uphold his ban from the platform after his account was suspended four months ago for inciting violence…

Staying connected through doorstep drinks

Bringing the community together during the coronavirus outbreak one bottle at a time: that’s the goal of a new local Facebook group called “It’s 5 o’clock Somewhere.” The group was started by a local woman named Jessica Knapp, who wanted…

Facebook and Cheeky Monkey partner to treat the Coast

To celebrate their new ‘birthday stories’ feature, Facebook selected one bakery in each state to host a free treat giveaway! The Cheeky Monkey Cake Company in Biloxi was chosen at random to host the celebration. A free cupcake was given…

Stay up to date with the City of Ocean Springs

There’s a new way to stay up to date with all the happenings in Ocean Springs and it’s on Facebook. Joining News 25’s Kristen Durand with more about it is Cynthia Sutton with the Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce and…

Ocean Springs mayor speaks about computer generated KKK image

Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson responded to a Facebook post of a computer illustration of him and other aldermen dressed in Ku Klux Klan attire. In the post, Mayor Dobson, Mike Impey, Rob Blackman, John Gill, Joseph Bellman, and Ken…

Facebook disabled 1.3B fake accounts in 6 months

Facebook says it disabled nearly 1.3 billion fake accounts in the six months through March. Had the company failed to do so, its monthly user base would have swelled beyond its current 2.2 billion. Even after all that disabling, though,…

Ocean Springs residents angry over Facebook post

Ocean Springs community members used the public comment portion of today’s meeting to address Mayor Dobson’s most recent Facebook post. Some residents claim he made countless comments that were not only ‘disturbing,’ but ‘divisive’ as well. Dobson did apologize for…

MS State Rep’s remarks ignite fire in the capital

A story that started on Facebook has once again thrust Mississippi into the spotlight, as State Representative Karl Oliver recently made an offensive statement regarding the removal of New Orlean’s confederate monuments. State Representative Karl Oliver is in hot water…

The Winter Conection

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Vote For Fair Theme On Facebook

News 25's Katarina Luketich interviews Angel Kibler-Middleton and Hustin Skinner about the Fair Theme for Harrison County Fair.     https://www.facebook.com/msharrisoncountyfair/app/592946697529839/