Building permit recap

Bay St. Louis issued two permits during the week of Aug. 12-16 for total valuation of $221,020 and fees of $1,694. One permit is for parking lot repairs at the Main Street United Methodist Church and the other is for a house on Carre Court. The Hancock County permits will return later this month and…

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Sunday photos

Here are a few shots from last week. The beach, the Depot, the Farmers Market, lunch etc.

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Saturday: fun all around

The Hancock County Farmers Market on Longfellow is open until noon. The Alice Moseley Fun Fest opens at 11 a.m.

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Shrimp boats: good sign?

Did you see the shrimp boats working the offshore waters yesterday and this morning? Let’s hope the shrimpers are having good luck out there. In case you’re wondering about the water quality, and you should be, the state Department of Marine Resources says it’s continuing to test water and fish samples to make sure the…

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Last week’s building permits today

  Hancock County issued one residential permit and one commercial permit during the week of July 29 – Aug. 2 for a total value of $15,000 and fees of $137. One permit was for repairs to a house on Old Lower Bay Road. The commercial permit was  for modifications to the antenna and equipment on…

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Hancock County Farmers Market: new vendor, old favorites

Cool(ish) morning, hot sauce for sale.

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Building permits: houses, a hay barn & boat storage

Almost a million $.

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Hancock County Farmers Market report: Honestly Beef is back!

Vendors are setting up this Saturday morning.

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Monday building permit report

A mix of houses, pool, surface mine & boat storage.

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