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Mad Genius expands to Mississippi Gulf Coast

Mad Genius is expanding to the Mississippi Gulf Coast to serve its growing roster of clients in the region, and has opened an office in Ocean Springs. The agency has named veteran broadcast sales manager Don Moore senior vice president of business development to head-up the new office, which is located at 1019 Government Street, Suite D, in Ocean Springs.. ...

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Developer gets approval for casino on Mississippi Gulf Coast

A plan to build a casino on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast is one step closer to becoming reality. WLOX-TV reports the Mississippi Gaming Commission gave site approval Thursday to the Cure Land Co. The local developer plans to build the casino in Lakeshore, a community near Bay St. Louis. In March , the developer submitted a legal notice to build the ...

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Lindsay Adkisson Mitchell to serve as director and liaison

The Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce, Inc. has announced Lindsay Adkisson Mitchell will serve as the Coast Young Professionals Director and Leadership Gulf Coast Liaison. Mitchell joins the Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber with experience as the former Assistant to the Executive Director of the Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce-Main Street-Tourism Bureau. Her duties included planning and executing events, marketing, ...

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Coast seeks next generation of professionals

By LISA MONTI The low cost of living on the Mississippi Gulf Coast along with upgrades in some downtown districts give the coastal counties a big advantage in attracting a new generation of professionals. That’s one of the key takeaways from a new analysis commissioned by the Gulf Coast Business Council to find out how the Mississippi coast stacks up ...

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Newest Navy destroyer to be christened at Pascagoula

PASCAGOULA — The Navy’s newest guided missile destroyer will be christened in a weekend ceremony at the Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard at Pascagoula. A news release from Huntington Ingalls says Saturday’s christening will be attended by the man for whom the ship is named: 96-year-old Paul Ignatius. According to biographical information from Huntington Ingalls, Ignatius held key military leadership positions ...

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Amid cash crunch, hospital system cuts out neurosurgery

PASCAGOULA — A south Mississippi hospital that has faced financial problems is saving money by eliminating neurosurgery, and that means some patients are now being sent out of state after wrecks or other emergencies. A Singing River Health System executive spoke to Jackson County officials at a public meeting Monday, The Sun Herald reported (http://bit.ly/2nG0Tyz ). Brian Argo is chief financial ...

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Coast Roast perking despite two hard blows

By LISA MONTI Shawn and Lynn Montella started their Coast Roast coffee business 16 years as a modest venture centered on Shawn’s interest in roasting coffee beans. “We never had big plans, we were just doing it on the fly, adjusting as we went,” Shawn Montella said. “It just grew on its own.” Grew it did. In spite of the ...

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