New vendor, old favorites at Hancock County Farmers Market

Black Creek Farm of Picayune is set up this morning at the Hancock County Farmers Market, selling fresh bacon, sausage, chuck roasts, eggs, milk and Creole cream cheese. Here’s their story: “Black Creek Farm is a Free ranged meat and eggs. We have 100% grass fed grass finished Beef. Our Pigs are raised in an…

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Building permits top $5 million for the week

Hancock County building permits May 4-10 # of permits Residential 6 Commercial 3 Total 9 Value Residential $932,671 Commercial $4,686,205 Total $5,618,876 Fees Residential $3,831 Commercial $8,257 Total $12,088 Residential projectsNew construction of house on Road 388Addition of covered porch on rear of house on Road 375New placement of pre-fab shed on existing slab on…

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Sunday photos: A screen door cat, fried pickles & a flamingo

From the archives. You know why.

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Bagels & eggs: Saturday at the Farmers Market

Good Saturday morning! The Hancock County Farmers Market on Longfellow in Bay St. Louis opens at 8 .m. One vendor report on Facebook from Bay Biscotti: They will have Plain or Everything Bagels, Bagel Chips, Sourdough Roasted Garlic & Rosemary Bread, Mediterranean Boule’, Black Pepper Cheddar Boule’, Buttermilk Sandwich Bread, Hot Soft Pretzels, Biscotti, Sourdough…

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Building permits top $1.5 million

Hancock County building permits April 27 – May 4 # of permits Residential 9 Commercial 3 Total 12 Value Residential $567,305 Commercial $982,350 Total $1,549,655 Fees Residential $2,808 Commercial $161 Total $2,969 Residential projectsNew construction on guest cabin on Chester Lee RoadNew house on Road 357New residence above existing building on West Miami DriveInstall mobile…

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Today: Keesler flyover & Bay Council meeting

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Building permit report: mostly residential

Catching up with Bay building activity.

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Sunday photos: Wildflowers, a protest, clouds & a chef

Great week for: biking along the beach (51.8 miles), a happy surprise meeting PBS Chef Kevin Belton and Monica enjoying a walk, a quick windshield tour of New Orleans and a Jazz Fest flashback.

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