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Waveland Mayor Mike Smith, along with several other coast leaders, on Wednesday met with officials in Washington D.C. to discuss the effects of the Bonnet Carre Spillway on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

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A pedestrian was struck and killed by a CSX train Thursday night in Bay St. Louis, in what appears to be an act of suicide, according to Hancock County Coroner Jim Faulk.

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The Waveland Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Tuesday discussed routine matters including the groundbreaking of the community center at Martin Luther King, Jr. Park on Herlihy Street, and the effects of the Bonnet Carre Spillway opening.

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If you always wanted to be on television, your chance is coming up in Bay St. Louis next week -- for the fifth year in a row, New Orleans television station WGNO is scheduled to bring a full production team to the historic Bay St. Louis Depot grounds to broadcast its "News with a Twist" at 5…

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The month of June is National Reunification Month and local agencies are collaborating to host Hancock County's Family Reunification Celebration.

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The Hancock County Board of Education on Monday heard a breakdown of the scores from the 2018-19 third-grade reading gate from Federal Program Director and ELA Coordinator Dr. Christine Moseley.

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The Hancock County Board of Supervisors on Monday authorized county attorney Gary Yarborough to send a notice of procedural default to Philip's Pest Control.

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The Old Town Merchants Association (OTMA) and its members invite you to experience the Second Saturday Art Walk this Saturday, June 8. Also known as Second Saturday, the event has become a regional favorite and regularly draws visitors from New Orleans to Biloxi.   

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The long Memorial Day weekend offered plenty of opportunities for celebration in Hancock County -- such as graduation ceremonies and the annual St. Clare Seafood Festival -- but it also afforded a chance to remember those in the armed services who gave their lives defending the nation.

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Memorial Day Weekend 2019 will be truly memorable for the Mississippi Gulf Coast with three different festivals for locals and visitors alike, featuring a wildly diverse mix of music, food, arts, fun and -- most importantly -- ample opportunities to honor the men and women in uniform who mad…

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The Mississippi Department of Education on Wednesday released the results of the 2018-2019 3rd Grade Reading Assessment.

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The buccaneers stormed ashore in droves at the Bay St. Louis Municipal Harbor on Friday, “taking over” the city’s Old Town district for the Mystic Krewe of the Seahorse's fifth annual Pirate Day in the Bay celebration.

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The St. Clare Seafood Festival in Waveland will kick off Memorial Day Weekend on the Coast with a three-day celebration beginning Friday with a "Tribute to the Military."

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The Waveland Civic Association on Saturday hosted its 10th annual Special Needs Kids' Fishing Rodeo at the Garfield Ladner Pier in Waveland.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opened the Bonnet Carre Spillway on Friday, while the wildlife in the Mississippi Sound is still struggling to recover after the spillway's opening in February.

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Next weekend, Old Town Bay St. Louis, MS will be teaming with rogue pirates and swashbucklers during the fifth annual Pirate Day in the Bay festival. The downtown event, organized by the non-profit Mystic Krewe of the Seahorse, will be centered around Pirate Central, located at South Beach B…

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The Old Town Merchants Association (OTMA) and its members invite you to experience the Second Saturday Art Walk this Saturday, May 11, as they celebrate Mother’s Day a little early. Also known as Second Saturday, the event has become a regional favorite and regularly draws visitors from New …

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WIGGINS – An alert off-duty Biloxi police officer was responsible for taking the alleged shooter of another Biloxi police officer off the street Monday evening.

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The city of Bay St. Louis and the Hancock County Board of Supervisors have partnered together to begin a $1.5 million "Pier 5" expansion project at the Bay Municipal Harbor.