Building permits: houses, piers, a pool

Bay St. Louis building permits March 2-6 # of permitsResidential 6Commercial 2Total 8 ValueResidential $715,432Commercial $147,500Total $862,932 FeesResidential $5,423Commercial $541Total $5,964 Residential projects2 houses on Bay View CourtBulkhead-Pier and Boathouse on Lagan StreetBulkhead-Pier and Boathouse on North Beach Blvd.House on Hollywood DrivePool on Keller Street Commercial projectsBulkhead & piers at Bay Waveland Yacht Club. Contractor…

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Hancock Farmers Market: Honestly Beef is back!

“We never use growth hormones or antibiotics in raising our free range cattle. Our cattle never go to crowded, dirty feedlots. Just God’s cattle raised on God’s green grass! Pasture-Raised Beef: Our Beef is Delicious, Lean, Tender — and Good for You, too! The Natural Choice!” And…. Bay Biscotti has Homemade Soft Pretzels, Pretzel Dogs,…

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Building permit recap: Part 2

Two weeks worth of permits = $1M plus

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Building permit recap: Meh.

Next up: More permits.

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Bay Council agenda: P&Z applications, recycling dumpsters & Highway 603 boat launch

Will Center Point Energy Services take over natural gas sales?

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Sunday photos: Saturday Cajun brunch

Palmettos on the Bayou on a perfect sunny day.

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It’s Saturday. Dunk a biscotti.

Beautiful morning to enjoy the market and everything else.

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See the burn? It’s DMR.

The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources will conduct a prescribed burn on the Ansley Unit of the Hancock County Marsh Preserve today. DMR says depending on weather conditions, the burn will begin between 10 a.m. and noon and last up to six hours; however, some of the trees could smolder for much longer. The burn…

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P&Z agenda: triplex & retail on Main, tennis retreat on North Beach

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Happy Mardi Gras!

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