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DHS offices "locked down" briefly on Wednesday
Marie Gill, left, and "Anon Repo" were doing a news interview outside the Hancock Co. DHS facility on Wednesday when the cops were called.
The Hancock County office of the Department of Human Services was apparently locked down Wednesday after a man claiming to be a member of the group "Anonymous" was spotted doing a news interview outside.
Anonymous is a loosely knit group of members that has made international headlines in the past few years for hacking numerous governmental and business websites.
Members call themselves "Anons" but it is difficult to determine who is actually a member or not a member because the group prides itself on secrecy.
In the past few months, Anonymous has taken an interest in Child Protection Services (CPS) across the United States.

May 20, 2015, 12:49


UPDATE: Hancock deputy beaten, slashed during traffic stop at Pearlington
Hancock County Chief Investigator Glenn Grannan surveys the scene Tuesday morning where Deputy Todd Frazier was apparently beaten and cut by three men.

A Hancock County Sheriff's Deputy was beaten and cut after stopping to check a vehicle on Hwy. 90 near Pearlington on Monday evening, Hancock County Sheriff Ricky Adam said.
Adam said Deputy Todd Frazier suffered a laceration to his forehead and multiple bodily injuries.
The incident apparently took place at about 10 p.m. Monday near the old weight scales on Highway 90, after Frazier noticed a blue Lincoln Towncar with a black top parked on the side of the road, Adam said.
The vehicle was occupied by a black male, Chief Investigator Glenn Grannan said. When Frazier approached the vehicle, two other individuals approached him from the woods.

May 19, 2015, 18:12


Alleged ‘pill mill’ doc still in lock-up
Dr. Steve Morris

The doctor at the center of an alleged "pill mill" operating in Waveland had his arraignment reset Tuesday while he attempts to secure the services of an attorney, according to federal court records.
Federal agents last week arrested Dr. Steve Morris, 55, and nurses Peggy Laporte, 59, and Brittany Spikes, 29, all of whom worked at Total Health Solutions in Waveland
All three were charged in a 57-count federal indictment which stated in part, that they were prescribing pain and anxiety medication "outside the scope of professional practice."
Federal and state narcotics agents raided Total Health Solutions-- which is located behind McDonalds in Waveland--on May 13.
In addition to the arrests, agents seized dozens of boxes of records and other evidence.

May 19, 2015, 18:11


Local man jailed after Waveland DUI crash
Waveland Police on Monday morning investigate this crash on McLaurin Street. Robert Lamb, 20, was arrested and charged with DUI after he drove his truck into a tree, officials said.

A local man was arrested Monday morning after he crashed his truck into a tree in Waveland, Police Chief David Allen said Monday.
According to Allen, WPD received a report of an accident with injuries on McLaurin Street at about 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Allen said Robert Lamb, 20, was driving a white truck on McLaurin Street when he apparently lost control and struck a tree.
The accident caused extensive damage to the truck and downed a power line.
When authorities arrived, Lamb was still inside the truck and he began using expletives towards officers.
The Waveland Fire Department freed from the vehicle and taken to the hospital for examination, Allen said.

May 19, 2015, 18:10


St. Clare Fest serves up seafood, live music, carnival rides & more
St. Clare Seafood Festival organizers are anticipating the biggest event in the church's history this Memorial Day weekend with three days of great food, carnival rides and one of the biggest entertainment line-up in the fest’s history.
"This is as big, if not bigger, than last year’s event," one of St. Clare Fest's organizers said. "We're looking for huge crowds. We’re supposed to have beautiful weather again this year.”
St. Clare hosted an annual festival for nearly 40 years before Hurricane Katrina destroyed the historic water-side church in Waveland.
Once the new church was built, however, organizers added "seafood" to the mix and never looked back. The event has grown every year for the past three years, and parishioners say they're looking to at least double last year's turn-out.

May 19, 2015, 18:09


SABIC wins five ACC Responsible Care Awards
SABIC’s Innovative Plastics business was recently recognized by the American Chemistry Council (ACC) for its extensive world-class programs designed to improve energy efficiency, earning five Responsible Care® Energy Efficiency Awards, including two each for its Bay St. Louis, Mississippi and Burkville, Alabama manufacturing facilities.
This accomplishment marks the fifth consecutive year in which SABIC’s sustainability initiatives have been honored by the ACC.
This year, the multiple awards for a diverse range of projects demonstrate SABIC’s holistic approach to sustainability, which enables the company to minimize environmental impact through its transportation network,

May 19, 2015, 18:08


4th Sunday at 4: Music of Pete Seeger and coastal watercolors set for music/art series in Bay
Acoustic folk group Fr. Ron & Friends will play a free performance of the songs of Pete Seeger and other American folk music at 4th Sunday at 4 on May 24 at Christ Episcopal Church in Bay St. Louis. The very special guest with the Friends is Peter Bennett, who plays who lived on the Hudson River next to Seeger and knew him well.

Fr. Ron & Friends will play the songs of Pete Seeger and other American folk music for the May 4th Sunday at 4 program, followed by a reception and viewing of coastal watercolors by Pass Christian artist John McDonald.
The free performance and art show will take place on Sunday, May 24, at 4 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church at 912 S. Beach Blvd. in Bay St. Louis.
Fr. Ron & Friends is an acoustic folk group led by Fr. Ron Clingenpeel, an Episcopal priest. Relying on the strong tradition of American folk music, this high energy group reaches back to play some of the most beloved songs of the 20th century: “This Land is Your Land” and “Little Boxes,” to name a few. Fr. Ron gathered his “Friends” to offer a Pete Seeger Singalong as a tribute to the excellent life and career of one of America’s true treasures.

May 19, 2015, 18:07


Rocks win 10-4
The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws defeated the North Pike Jaguars 10-4 in the rubber game of a best-of-three series on Friday night to claim the Class 4A South State championship.
May 16, 2015, 11:27


Teacher of the Year
The Rotary Club of Bay St Louis has selected Bay High School’s Taylor LaFountaine as Teacher of the Year from an outstanding list of 2015 Teacher of the Month candidates.
May 16, 2015, 11:19























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