The Sea Coast Echo was founded in 1892. The first issue of the weekly Echo came out on January 9, 1892, with the motto "Fearless in all Things." Its goal was to be an "all home print" newspaper and promised "a first class newsy local paper" to the people of Bay St. Louis, Hancock County, and the Coast. In 1975, the Sea Coast Echo became bi-weekly and, as of today, is still published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. We are Hancock County's hometown newspaper of record.
- Mississippi Power to pull the plug on its BSL office
- Bay P.D. issues rules for golf carts on streets
- Bay barbershop Clipped By Run-Away pick-up
- Donald Eugene Coss Jr.
- Bay man charged with shooting at Gulfport police officers
- Hancock deputies, Waveland Narcotics make major drug bust
- HOT FIRE: National NASA director visits Stennis to witness RS-25 Engine testing
- Joseph Ellis Riley, Sr.
- Beverly Kelly
- American Legion Post 77 in Waveland will present 'A Night With Elvis'
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