Ocean Springs to widen Harbor Road to improve safety and traffic flow
Ocean Springs wants to make the small craft harbor more friendly to both both boat and car traffic. On Monday the city began accepting bids to widen a section of Harbor Road. City leaders said the project is about making harbor visits more convenient as well as improving safety.
Ocean Springs residents grateful for new speed bumps
Ocean Springs residents who are tired of speeding on their street took their concerns to city hall and received results.
Toys and food collection at Ocean Springs police department
Now through Christmas Eve a collection is taking place at the Ocean Springs Police Department.
Bike giveaway brings early Christmas to 130 Ocean Springs children
A simple collaboration between three businessmen has made 130 children much happier in Ocean Springs. Organizers say all it took was a sign, and the people came through. The second annual Holiday Bikes for Ocean Springs Kids is the joint effort of businessmen Mike Davis, Tim Wold and Kris Kwitzky.
Police: Siblings robbed at gunpoint behind OS restaurant
Ocean Springs police are looking for the man they say robbed a brother and sister at gunpoint behind Leo's Wood Fire Pizza Restaurant on Wednesday night.
Happening Now: Device found on tracks in Ocean Springs
Ocean Springs police are keeping an eye on something found on a railroad track this morning. They're not sure, but they think it may be some sort of signaling device put there by the railroad, but they haven't been able to verify that with railroad officials. So for right now, they've closed off a portion of the frontage road that leads to Lovers Lane as a precaution. They are also calling in ...
Parents react to arrest of OS student for allegedly making threats against school
Some people say the arrest of an Ocean Springs High School student serves as a wake-up call for parents. Superintendent Dr. Bonita Coleman-Potter confirmed that a student was arrested Wednesday for allegedly using social media to make a threat against the school. The Jackson County Sheriff's Department told WLOX News the case involves a 17-year-old male student.
Ocean Springs settles with Psycamore owners
The city of Ocean Springs will pay the owners of Psycamore nearly half a million dollars as part of a settlement with the psychiatric counseling clinic. The 437,500 settlement covers Psycamore's damages and costs associated with the case. The city will also provide additional training for a current employee to serve as the city's ADA Compliance Officer.
Psycamore reflects on controversy in Ocean Springs
The president of Psycamore Psychiatric Services says he might consider opening a clinic in Ocean Springs someday, but he wants the dust to settle first. His company recently won a discrimination lawsuit and a nearly $500,000 settlement against the City of Ocean Springs after the board of aldermen sided with neighborhood opposition and prevented the opening of a mental health clinic on Iberville ...
Ocean Springs alderman: Board hasn't talked about how to pay $437,000 settlement
Ocean Springs may only have a couple of options to pay the nearly half a million dollar settlement with the Psycamore clinic. At least that's what Alderman Jerry Dalgo believes. The clinic opened in Biloxi after Ocean Springs denied a request for it to operate at a location in that city, despite having the proper zoning.