Building permits are back!

The Hancock Building Department sent a catch-up report on building permits issued from Feb. 21 through April 27. # of permits Residential 12 Commercial 1 Total 13 Value Residential $1,986,205 Commercial $8,880 Total $1,995,085 Fees Residential $7,919 Commercial 0 Total $7,919 Residential projectsNew single family residences on Road 321, Deerfield Drive, two on Road 357,…

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Sunday photos: current situation & a throwback

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Farmers Market goes drive-thru only

Shop from the convenience of your vehicle. Support our vendors.

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Bay Council agenda

View the meeting live stream on the city website at baystlouisms.iqm2.com

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Drive-thru Farmers Market on the way

The Hancock County Board of Supervisors this morning approved the Farmers Market to set up as a drive thru as long as they also comply with the governor’s newest executive order 1473. Thanks to the Echo’s Cassandra Favre for sharing the news. More details as they become available.

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Sunday photos: jasmine everywhere

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Serious Bread still baking; giant crane stops traffic

You may have seen some work being done at the Serious Bread entrance lately. According to their Facebook post, it’s cosmetic work on the side of the building, so their signs had to be taken down. They’re still open, so stop by and take some Serious Bread home. If you were around the first block…

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More daiquiri machines & flavors ahead

Daiquiri Shak’s new location on Court Street is taking shape, and owner Rhonda Bridges is hoping for an opening in June. She said the new Daiquiri Shak will have more drink-making machines (14) and flavors. There will be seating inside, when that’s permitted again, and outside seating. For now, Daiquiri Shak is open daily from…

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