Farmers Market opens the new year

Fresh produce, plants, nuts, tamales & a truck load of turnips.

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Sunshine, derelict crab traps & cheap gas

Sunshine is back & so is cool/cold weather. The weekend is looking sunny, thankfully. Enjoy. Meantime, back to business. The Department of Marine Resources is telling crab fishermen, commercial and recreational,  they must remove their traps from state waters Feb. 7-13. On Feb. 14-16, all traps remaining in the water will be removed with help from…

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Building permit recap: The last of 2018

Yawn.

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Happy New Year!

There’s still some color to enjoy on this warm/foggy/rainy last day of the year. Wishing you the best in 2019.

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Building permits: houses & a sign

It’s the day after Christmas and building permits probably aren’t on your mind, but two reports arrived by email this morning so here you go. You’re welcome. The Hancock County Building Department issued three permits last week (Dec. 12-17) for a total value of $253,681 and fees of $1,347. All three were for residential projects:…

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Last chance to eat at C&C Farm to Fork on Main Street

This weekend is your last chance to eat at C&C Farm to Fork on Main Street. Chef David Dickensauge is moving back to Gulfport to open a smaller restaurant in the old 27th Avenue Bistro location. Meantime, he’ll be cooking at Farm to Fork Thursday, Friday and Saturday before that restaurant closes its doors. “I…

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Missed Second Saturday? Here it comes again.

As you probably know, December’s Second Saturday got rained out last weekend, but hold on to your holiday shopping plans. Second Saturday gets a welcome do-over this Saturday, Dec. 15, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Bring your Christmas shopping list, have lunch and/or dinner at one of our great restaurants and enjoy all the…

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