Sunday photo album

Fog brings out the spiderwebs. All gone after this morning’s downpour. Fog didn’t stop the Leprechaun Run early Saturday morning. Then Saturday treats at Central Station Bistro.

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Council meeting moves this week

The Bay St. Louis City Council ’s meeting has been moved to Thursday this week because of the Mississippi Municipal League conference being held in Jackson. Watch for the council meeting agenda here when it becomes available. Meantime, enjoy the weather. It’s 70 as of this posting, headed to 71 this afternoon.

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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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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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Farmers Market now open

The Hancock County Farmers Market on Longfellow in Bay St. Louis is up and running on this rainy Saturday morning. Vendors are selling fresh greens and beautiful hand-made blankets, among other items. Open till noon or until vendors sell out.

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Popcorn trees

Ready for their closeup.

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Weather update: Bay Town Inn b’day party moves to Saturday

Note from Nikki Moon: Moving the party to tomorrow night, same time and place

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Gordon shifts meeting dates

Bay Council, Hancock supes regroup at later dates.

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Bay Council meeting rescheduled

The Bay St. Louis City Council meeting scheduled for tonight has been moved to Thursday because, well, Gordon is closing in. There will be a public hearing on the budget Thursday at 5:30 p.m. and the meeting will be held after that public hearing. 

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MDEQ issues advisory for Lakeshore beach

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality Beach Monitoring Program issued a water contact advisory Thursday for Station 1 – Lakeshore Beach from the Silver Slipper Casino east to Pointset Ave. When water samples show that levels are safe for human contact, the advisory will be lifted. The Beach Task Force has a standing recommendation that swimming…

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