Bay Bicentennial celebration changes; Bay Council P&Z votes

A note on Saturday’s celebration: Due to weather conditions on Saturday the venue has been changed to the Hancock County Historical Society location at 108 Cue Street behind the Methodist Church. The program will commence at 3 p.m. followed by a reception at the Society. There will be no parade.     And here’s how the…

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The wait is over

  Avocado’s is finally open. The restaurant, about a year in the making, is now open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (10:30 on Friday and Saturday.) It’s in the old Scafidi’s Wheel Inn site at 820 U.S. 90 in Bay St. Louis.

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The latest from 100 Men Hall

News from 100 Men Hall: We’re baaaaaaack! There have been a lot of changes over here at the Hall and I finally can fill ya’ll in. We are now focusing on renting the Hall out for private and sponsored events. We were really inspired by a “Pinterest” wedding and reception held here. The bride truly…

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Update: Old Cuevas Bistro

Work is continuing and hope is running high for an opening in early December. The phones are working so you can make dinner reservations by calling 228-344-3330.

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Update: Old Cuevas Bistro

Fingers crossed, the owners of Old Cuevas Bistro at 111A Main Street in Bay St. Louis will be open in the next few weeks. Having missed the summer crowds, they want to be able to welcome Cruisin’ the Coast crowds in early October. “We’re trying desperately to open before Cruisin’ the Coast,” said co-owner Toni…

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Update: Old Cuevas Bistro

Work is progressing on Old Cuevas Bistro at 111 Main St. in Bay St. Louis. A building permit was recently issued and plans now call for an opening in six to eight weeks, according to the restaurant’s website. As reported by this blog earlier this year, the restaurant will open in the former Bay Breeze…

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Bay Council recap: short meeting, little action

I like to say that council meetings are better than TV. But not always. Here’s the official recap: Listed below are the actions taken by the City Council at their meeting May 5, 2015. All Council Members were present for the meeting. The next City Council Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 19, 2015. Guests…

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Water advisory lifted; tornado sirens to blast

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality said today it has lifted a water contact advisory issued Feb. 6 for the Waveland beach from Oak Boulevard east to Favre Street. Water samples taken by the Gulf Coast Research Lab show the area has gotten back to acceptable bacteria levels. In other government goings on, the city…

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UPDATE: Bay Council agenda final

Here’s the final agenda for today’s City Council meeting: 1. City Clerk’s Report a) Docket of Claims General Fund $ 57,937.97 CDBG Fund $ 19,525.00 Debt Service Fund $ 794.44 Utility Fund $ 40,935.14 Municipal Harbor Fund $ 12,485.08 Total $ 131,677.63 2. Guests a) Vera Mestayer – 210 Bay Oaks Drive b) Josh DeSalvo…

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Oyster harvest resumes today

This morning, DMR reopens three areas for harvesting oysters. Those areas are: Area I “B” Conditionally Approved Waters – includes St. Joseph’s (St. Joe’s) Reef. Area II “A” Conditionally Approved Waters for tonging only – includes northern portions of the Pass Christian and Henderson Point reefs and Hornets Reef. Area II “F” Conditionally Approved Waters…

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