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Masters Class Studies Broadband Proposal

We’ve been hearing about bringing ultra-high speed internet to the Coast for months now, laying fiber optic cables from Waveland to Pascagoula.

iPad Class at Tulane University

If you feel like you are falling behind in the tech world, Tulane University is here to help you catch up.

A New App Helps Fishermen Keep Track of Red Snapper

For anglers ready to get out and catch some red snapper today, but are having trouble keeping up with how many you have, don’t worry…there’s now an app for that.

More Than 500 Local Students Experience S.T.E.M. Through Golf

Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic hosts the Chevron S.T.E.M. ZONE to teach students the value of science, technology, engineering, and math.

Stone Co. Hospital Gets New Technology for Growing Population

Not only is the population growing, but healthcare is too, and with that comes a boost to the local economy.

More than 3,000 Jackson County Students Benefit from Chevron’s 2014 Fuel Your School Program

Collaboration with DonorsChoose.org generated $50,000 to help fund 36 eligible classroom projects for local public school teachers and students.

Gulfport City Council Meetings Now Available to View Online

Gulfport City Council members are making it easier for you to stay informed about city business.

Our Lady of Fatima Elementary Adds Visual Programming Course to Core Curriculum

As millions of Americans and children spend numerous hours on their technological devices, such as computers, iOS products, Android devices and gaming consoles, very few understand how they operate.

Ingalls Donates to Local Schools for S.T.E.M. Education

Advances in technology have caused lawmakers and teachers to reinforce science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, also called S.T.E.M. courses, in the classroom.

More than 500 MS & LA Students Expected to Answer Rocket Rescue Challenge at INFINTY on Saturday

This Saturday, INFINITY expects an estimated 500 middle school students to attend “Rockets to the Rescue,” a N.A.S.A./Stennis Space Center Education Department aerospace engineering challenge.

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10/27 Ryan’s “Zeta” Tuesday Evening Forecast

Tropical Storm Zeta is in the Gulf and expected to regain hurricane status before moving towards South MS tomorrow.
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Mississippi State Department of Health reports 854 new COVID-19 cases and 20 new deaths

The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 854 new COVID-19 cases and 20 new deaths Monday, including two in Jackson County. The statewide total stands...
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Trinity Episcopal Church Pumpkin Patch looks back on impacts of Hurricane Nate

The Trinity Episcopal Church Pumpkin Patch has been providing locals with the perfect pumpkins for 38 years now. Despite previous challenges like Hurricane Nate...

‘Downtown Biloxi Community Market Continues Festival Series’ Pumpkin Palooza October 29, 2020 canceled due to storm

Biloxi Main Street is canceling the Downtown Community Market Festival Series that was scheduled for Thursday, October 29, 2020. The market festival is canceled due...