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A city of southeast Mississippi on the Gulf of Mexico. A major shipbuilding center, it was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The city is located at the mouth of the Pascagoula River, formed about 130 km (80 mi) north by the confluence of the Leaf and Chickasawhay Rivers.
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Like all of our markets, Pascagoula and Jackson County are unique - so we designed our new retail experience around the people who matter the most to us -- our customers," said John Hopkins, director of consumer wireless sales for C Spire.
Arts on the Avenue is run by Karen Joplin, a longtime Pascagoula resident and an art teacher by trade.
He noted the Rolls-Royce Pascagoula plant is the only privately owned foundry in the U.
The next afternoon, the story was splashed across the front pages of newspapers in Pascagoula and Gulfport.
The pipelines provide access to the Pascagoula Gas Processing Plant operated by BP America Production Co.
The Pascagoula Expansion Project, being jointly developed by Transco and FGT, will consist of approximately 15.
The Sun Herald reported the data shows that about 16 percent of Pascagoula residents and about 19 percent of Gulfport residents have a bachelor's or advanced college degree.
Pascagoula police said Snigg and his mother acted appropriately, "taking the actions they felt necessary to protect themselves.
has submitted an environmental permit application to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality for the construction of a major gasoline production unit, along with other minor units, at its refinery in Pascagoula, Miss.
My plan is to fly down to Mobile and then visit Pascagoula," said Manhattan Beach Councilman Richard Montgomery.
Port of Pascagoula Director Mark McAndrews said the feedback from Quesada, who works out of Miami, was "generally positive" about the visit.
1986) suggested that the main reason for the declines is loss of suitable habitat, even in the Pascagoula River, which is the largest, physically-unmodified river in the lower 48 states of the continental United States (Dynesius and Nilsson 1994).