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On Saturday, October 25, 2014,Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District will be hosting an  

Inaugural 5k run/walk as a fundraising effort to provide  

Utility Assistance to our Gulf Coast Aging population


Click here for more information

 


 

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014 8:21:18 PM

Location: Mississippi Gulf Coast, MS

Current Air Quality: 10/22/14 7:00 PM CDT

Good - 31 AQI - Particle Pollution (2.5 microns)

Good - 30 AQI - Ozone

Agency: Mississippi DEQ

Last Update: Wed, 22 Oct 2014 08:15:06 CDT
Did you know that Popps Ferry was the major mode of transportation for people, livestock and vehicles across the Biloxi Back Bay until the early 1900's?

The ferry began its operation in the early 1800's and remained a private enterprise until Harrison County took over its management in 1916. the roadwy and surrounding neighborhood remain named after the last ferry landing owner, John F. Popp (1835-1918.) 

Source: http://biloxihistoricalsociety.org

 

Transportation News

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Commute times drop in South Mississippi

 

 

Mississippi State Quick Facts

Of the 582 Mississippi traffic fatalities recorded in 2012

  • · 407 of them happened in rural areas (~70%)
  • · 64 involved drivers under age 21 (~11%)
  • · 39 resulted in a motorcyclist death (~7%)
  • · 95 were speeding related fatalities (~16%)
  • · 179 were alcohol-impaired related (~31%)
  • · 48 of the fatalities were pedestrians (~8%)


*These facts were reported by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA)


Images by Dan Peters Photography



Images by Dan Peters Photography


Images by Dan Peters Photography


Images by Dan Peters Photography


 


Images by Dan Peters Photography