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Pascagoula “Attractions Pass”

The city of Pascagoula has found a new way to show off what they offer to both residents and visitors. A new “Attractions Pass” will be used to promote various cultural amenities in the area. The pass will allow residents to check out six spots, including the Grand Bay National Estuarian (ess-tree-an) Research Reserve, the […]
2 weeks ago
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Pascagoula St. Paddy’s Parade

The Coast is missing Mardi Gras, but thankfully we’re squeezing in one last parade as the O’Blarney Society rolls through the streets of Pascagoula. This is the parade’s second year and they’ve upgraded their operations significantly since 2016, bringing on members of the city’s carnival association to help with the event. In typical parade fashion […]
2 weeks ago
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St. Patrick’s Day parade in Pascagoula

Continuing the St. Patrick’s Day festivities tonight will be the second annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in Pascagoula. The parade will roll at 7 starting at the corner of Delmas Avenue and Frederic Street. From there, it heads east on Delmas to Pascagoula Street, where it heads south. It then turns right onto Convent from […]
2 weeks ago
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Maritime Museum opens activities center in Pascagoula

You can now experience Mississippi’s maritime heritage through a new activities center in Pascagoula. The Mississippi Maritime Museum officially opened the facility this afternoon during a ribbon cutting ceremony on DuPont Avenue. The building is mostly administrative offices until the actual museum opens in January 2020. A 3,000 square foot education center sits just behind […]
2 weeks ago
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Pedestrian hit by train in Pascagoula

Jackson County investigators continue to look into a fatal train versus pedestrian accident in Pascagoula. Police say a woman was walking near railroad tracks on 14th Street when she was hit and killed by a CSX train. The incident happened around 3:30 this afternoon underneath the overpass. Train safety remains a constant concern all along […]
2 weeks ago
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Woman struck and killed by train in Pascagoula

Around 3:27 this afternoon, a pedestrian was hit by a train at the 14th Street railroad crossing. The pedestrian has not been identified but officials tell News 25 the victim is a female. News 25 has a news crew headed to the scene. We will have more information at 5:30 on NBC.
2 weeks ago
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Battle at the Beach: Pascagoula vs. Tupelo

With 30 high school baseball teams taking over the Gulf Coast for Battle at the Beach, some of them had to wait their turn. Pascagoula and Harrison Central didn’t play their first games until today. The Panthers took on Tupelo at Biloxi High School today. Pascagoula wins 9-8. They improve to 4-6 on the season.
3 weeks ago
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Shots Fire As Kidnapping Turns Into Chase

A woman and her son are safe and a suspect is behind bars after a weekend kidnapping lead to a high speed chase and ended in gunfire in Jackson County. Authorities say a man kidnapped a woman and her son in Alabama and traveled to Pascagoula early Sunday morning. A vehicle ran a red light […]
4 weeks ago
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High School Baseball: Pascagoula at Biloxi

Biloxi baseball hosted Pascagoula a little earlier than usual with varsity and JV games switched up due to weather. Biloxi wins 7-3.
4 weeks ago
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Walk MS: Mississippi Gulf Coast

News 25’s Katarina Luketich interviews Lt. Doug Adams, about Walk MS on Saturday March 11th at 8:00 pm at Fort Maurepas City Park in Ocean Springs MS.