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The seniors from the Hancock County Senior Citizens Center on Thursday brought 57 handmade quilts to the residents of Dixie White House Nursing Home in Pass Christian. The seniors in the quilting class made each blanket, Hancock County Senior Citizens Director Arlene Johnson said. Johnson sa…

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The Hancock County Library System on Sunday hosted its 25th annual Holiday Tree Gala at the Bay St. Louis branch. Dozens of local businesses, civic and charitable groups and individuals decorated trees for the event, and guests enjoyed Christmas carols sung by the South Hancock Elementary Sc…

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Hundreds of locals flocked to Coleman Avenue on Saturday to see the Christmas parade and participate in numerous holiday activities during “Christmas on Coleman.”

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More than 200 of Hancock County's senior citizens on Wednesday –– decked out in their favorite western wear –– attended the 7th annual Hancock County Senior Citizens Prom at the Bay St. Louis Community Center.

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Last Thursday, North Bay Elementary students participated in a mock governor's election. 

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Sgt. Brandon Normand with the U.S. Army National Guard on Wednesday surprised his daughter Emma during a special assembly at North Bay Elementary. He spoke to the students and thanked them for being Emma's friend and sending him care packages during his year away from home.

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Attorney Marcie Fyke Baria of Bay St. Louis recently became chair of the Board of Bar Admissions. Attorney Pieter Teeuwissen of Jackson was selected by the Board as vice-chairman. The Board of Bar Admissions elected officers on Nov. 15 at its meeting in Jackson. Attorney Jeffery A. Styres of…

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Volunteers and guests of the King's Kitchen on Monday celebrated the soup kitchen's 6th anniversary. Central Bible Church pastor Mike Ramsey said that on Nov. 19, 2012, the kitchen served baked chicken and green beans to about 35 people. "During that six years later, we've served more than 1…

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Open enrollment for 2019 Medicare coverage begins on Oct. 15 and runs through Dec. 7. During the Annual Enrollment Period, anyone age 65 or older or under 65 on Medicare for a disability may make changes to various aspects of health coverage.

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Last month, North Bay Elementary had a book fair in the library . Library media specialist Johnnette Bilbo said it was from September 19 through 28.

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Johnnie Bernhard is the next author at the Authors & Characters @ Your Library program on Tuesday, August 7 at 11:45 a.m. at the Bay St. Louis-Hancock County Library. She will be discussing her newest book, How We Came To Be.

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The Bay Waveland Yacht Club (BWYC) celebrated it’s Annual Review of the Fleet last Sunday, April 22, 2018. This event designates the opening of the sailing season at BWYC for the year. Although inclement weather curtailed the club’s annual boat review, club members participated in special ce…

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The SOUPer Mudfest kicks off Saturday, March 10, at 4 p.m., near the corner of Main and Second streets. Early bird sales of bowls begin at 3:30 p.m. For $20.00, you can be part of the fun. Buy your bowl for $20 at Main and Second Street, and tour Bay St Louis Old Town businesses to enjoy a t…

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The SOUPer Mudfest kicks off Saturday, March 10, at 4 p.m., near the corner of Main and Second streets. Early bird sales of bowls begin at 3:30 p.m. For $20.00, you can be part of the fun. Buy your bowl for $20 at Main and Second Street, and tour Bay St Louis Old Town businesses to enjoy a t…

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The Bay St. Louis Little Theatre will hold over their current production “The Graduate. “The audience response has been overwhelmingly positive,” states the Graduate director, Gary Taylor. “So we decided to hold over to give more of our community an opportunity to experience this iconic stor…