Building permits: Where’s a new restaurant opening?

Hancock County’s Building Department issued four permits during the week of Jan. 15-19. The total valuation was $721,569 and fees totaled $3,000. Three permits were for residential projects: a house on East Pointe Drive and another on Second Street and roof repairs at a house on Second. The one commercial permit is for construction of…

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Building permit report: houses & bulkheads

Activity picks up at last.

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Bay Council workshop, meeting agendas: VRBOs, recycling & blighted properties

Golf carts, air space leases and city website, too.

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Stennis Airport a spaceport?

Study will determine spacecraft launch feasibility

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The wait is over, Part 2

The Jourdan River Steamer is back. The seafood and steak restaurant at 15152 Highway 603 is now open Tuesday through Sunday at 5 p.m. The return has been years in the making, and fans are streaming back to the Kiln for their menu favorites. For details, call 228-255-7333 or visit the Steamer’s Facebook page. Congratulations…

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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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Celebrate the Farmers Market milestone!

The Hancock County Farmers Market will celebrate its first anniversary on Saturday, Jan. 6. Come out to say hello to first responders from the Bay Police Department and Fire Department and meet the staff of Hancock Medical Center.  Bring the kids to see miniature ponies and goats in a corral, and shop among the vendors…

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Bay Council agenda: cameras, P&Z applications, golf carts & animal control

Action item: Alice Moseley lease approval

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