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Deputies arrest 2 in burglary of home
The Pearl River County Sheriff’s Office made two arrests in connection to a residential burglary in Poplarville.
On Nov. 7, deputies were dispatched to the 800 block of Dupont-Harts Chapel Road at 3 p.m., when homeowners reported a burglary, said Chief Deputy Shane Tucker.
1 car accident sends three to the hospital
Three people were transported to Ochsner Medical Center in Slidell, La. after the driver of the vehicle struck a tree on Wednesday night, said Chief Deputy Shane Tucker with the Pearl River County Sheriff’s Department.
Computer, related items occupy Poplarville school board
The Poplarville Special Municipal Separate School District met at the district offices Tuesday evening and whipped through a 13-item agenda, ending with an executive session.
Woman faces DUI charges
Picayune Police made a traffic stop that resulted in an arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) and child endangerment, among other charges.
The decorations continue to go up
Christmas decorations continue to be put up all around Picayune by the city public works department and local buisness owners.
Boil Water Notice
Center Water Association issued a boil water notice for:
All of Rolling Acres and Beaver Creek Subdivisions until further notice.
Wide load to move through county
A very wide load will move along Mississippi Highway 26 this afternoon, probably between 3 and 5 p.m., said Kenny Foote, public information officer with the Mississippi Department of Transportation.
Junior high student seeks shoes
Picayune Junior High School student council president, Elijah Hickman, returned to school this year with a plan to help the people he had encountered during a mission trip.
Police seek armed robbery suspect
The Picayune Police Department is investigating the armed robbery of a local convenience store that occurred early Friday morning.
At 5:43 a.m., officers were dispatched to the store in reference to an armed robbery, said Jeremy Magri, assistant to the chief of police.
Former Crosby Hospital demolition gets underway
Demolition of the former Crosby Hospital on Goodyear Boulevard began Monday morning. Over the past month, the interior of the building was gutted, making for an easier demolition due to possible asbestos contamination.
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