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  1. Pass parade starts earlier than usualRead the original story

    Yesterday | Sea Coast Echo

    Pass Christian Mayor Chipper McDermott said Friday that he expects this year's St. Paul Carnival Association parade to be as heavily attended as it always has been, despite it starting a little earlier in the day. This year's parade will begin at 11:30 a.m. The time change was one of the security measures the city undertook after last year's deadly shooting.

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  2. Bay man questions 'funny business' on city rent-by-owner formsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Sea Coast Echo

    The Bay St. Louis City Council on Tuesday discussed the city's vacation rental-by-owner form, which Bay resident Cliff Rabelais questioned. Rabelais said that on page two of the version that came from Planning and Zoning, the cost of a license is $25.

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  3. Bay's Bradley, Piernas speak about experiences integrating St. StanislausRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sea Coast Echo

    Lonnie Bradley, left, and Mickey Piernas speak Wednesday at the Bay St. Louis Library about their experiences as the first African-American students enrolled at St. Stanislaus in 1966. Long-time Bay St. Louis residents Lonnie Bradley and Mickey Piernas spoke Wednesday about their trials and triumphs as the first African-American students at St. Stanislaus College.

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  4. Krewe of the Seahorse rolls on Lundi GrasRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sea Coast Echo

    Last year's royalty toasts the Krewe during a pre-parade gathering. King Jim 'Bubba' Wyly and Queen Yuki Northington reigned over the 2016 Mystic Krewe of the Seahorse festivities.

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  5. Hancock Tourism funds will soon go to regional CVBRead the original story

    Yesterday | Sea Coast Echo

    As of Oct. 1, the proceeds from Hancock County's two-percent hotel tax will start going to the Mississippi Gulf Coast Regional Convention and Visitor's Bureau to help fund regional tourism efforts. Previously, that money - approximately $140,000 per year - went to the Hancock County Tourism Development Bureau to specifically bring tourists to Hancock County.

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  6. Municipal election qualifying period nears endRead the original story

    Yesterday | Sea Coast Echo

    Only one week remains before the close of the election qualifying cycle in Bay St. Louis, Diamondead, and Pass Christian, and there are still several key races without any qualifiers. In Bay St. Louis, nobody has qualified for the mayor's seat, despite public pledges from both Les Fillingame and Mike Favre that they would be running.

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  7. Mardi Gras Knights: Revelry continues as Fat Tuesday nearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sea Coast Echo

    The Krewe of Diamonds celebrates its 10th anniversary Fat Tuesday parade this year with King Kevin Avery, Queen Carlette 'Corrie' Brown and Grand Marshal Ruthie Bolton , former player with the Women's National Basketball Association. The Diamonds ball is today at 8 p.m. at the St. Rose Holy Spirit Center, 301 S. Necaise in Bay St. Louis.

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  8. Rotary's 'Ripple in the Bay' to raise funds for three local causesRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Sea Coast Echo

    The Rotary Club of Bay St. Louis has set a fundraising goal of $10,000 to support three local outreach organizations. Local Rotary president Gary Knoblock explained, 'We're selling 1,000 tickets for a meal of seasoned catfish with dirty rice, grilled green beans, cheese biscuit, and brownie.'

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  9. Bon Temps Rouler! Krewe of Nereids celebrates 50th annual paradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Sea Coast Echo

    Officials estimate that more than 20,000 spectators turned out Sunday in Waveland and Bay St. Louis for the 50th annual Krewe of Nereids Mardi Gras parade. "It's a beautiful day for a parade," Waveland Mayor Mike Smith said Sunday.

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  10. Volunteers rehabilitate local veteran's homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Sea Coast Echo

    This week volunteers from Picayune's Team Depot will complete necessary enhancements to U.S. Air Force and Vietnam veteran John Storms' home in Bay St. Louis . His home will be made more handicap accessible.

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  11. Krewe of Nereids: A 50-year Family TraditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Sea Coast Echo

    A Sea Coast Echo photo of Queen Doris III toasts the crowd on Coleman Avenue in Waveland during the 1969 Krewe of Nereids Parade. In Greek mythology, the Nereids are sea nymphs, female spirits of sea waters, the 50 daughters of Nereus and Doris, sister to Nerites.

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  12. Kids, Nereids parades roll this weekendRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | Sea Coast Echo

    The 2017 Carnival season kicks into high gear this weekend, with the Krewe of Kids set to roll today at 11 a.m. and the 50th annual Krewe of Nereids parade kicks off at noon on Sunday. Krewe of Kids The Krewe of Kids, organized by Lisa Cowand, will host its 32nd annual parade in Bay St. Louis at 11 a.m. today, Saturday, Feb. 18. This is a children's parade, designed for non-motorized vehicles.

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  13. Beachfront Bargain Hunt in the BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Sea Coast Echo

    Local Realtor/broker Holly Lemoine-Raymond, left, was joined by hundreds on Sunday at The Blind Tiger in Bay St. Louis for the viewing party for HGTV's 'Beachfront Bargain Hunt.' A standing-room only crowd joined local Realtor/broker Holly Lemoine-Raymond at The Blind Tiger on Sunday for the premiere of the latest episode of HGTV's "Beachfront Bargain Hunt."

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  14. Carnival Time: 2017 Mardi Gras Parades beginRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Sea Coast Echo

    The Krewe of Retro on Saturday crowned Queen Farren Washington and King Morvon Washington. The krewe will parade with the Krewe of Diamonds on Fat Tuesday.

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  15. Community speaks out in support of Hancock County Library SystemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Sea Coast Echo

    Therese Springer, a supporter of the Hancock County Library System, on Monday signed her name to the sign-in sheet. Photo by Cassandra Favre The Hancock County Board of Supervisors board room on Monday was blanketed in a sea of blue shirts as supporters of the Hancock County Library System made their way into the room to voice their opinions about the possible privatization of the library system.

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  16. Part of Things: Dunbar Village elders connect with students at Holy TrinityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Sea Coast Echo

    From left, Norma Edler and Dunbar Village's Director of Rehab Chrissy Flynn work together painting a superhero shirt for a student in the three-year-old class at Holy Trinity Catholic School. Photo by Cassandra Favre Last week, elders at Dunbar Village in Bay St. Louis channeled their inner artistic abilities by painting shirts for Holy Trinity Catholic School's three-year-old class.

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  17. Second Saturday: In the Mood for Love and Mardi GrasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Sea Coast Echo

    Bay Life, the Shop for Bay Coastal Style, offers a variety of hand-crafted, local gifts, decor and accessories for your Valentine. 'Hopefully, you can walk in here and find a gift for anyone on your list while shopping in a relaxing environment,' store owner Janice Guido says.

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  18. HGTV presents 'On the Road to Renewal' in Bay St. Louis SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Sea Coast Echo

    Local realtor/broker Holly Lemoine-Raymond leads the hunt in the latest episode of HGTV's world-wide popular show Beachfront Bargain Hunt which will debut this Sunday, Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m. She will also host a premiere party for the show beginning at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at The Blind Tiger on the beach in the Bay. The premiere party will be a charitable event in conjunction with the Friends of the Animal Shelter in Hancock County.

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  19. Bay Council discusses possible dog parkRead the original story

    Friday Feb 10 | Sea Coast Echo

    The Bay St. Louis City Council on Tuesday discussed the presence of dogs at LaRoux Park on Dunbar Avenue. Joseph Butler, who lives near the park, told the council that a dog attacked his son at the playground about four months ago.

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  20. DOJ says Bay can use funds for police departmentRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 8 | Sea Coast Echo

    The Bay St. Louis City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a motion to restore improperly used Department of Justice funds by transferring $299,968 from the municipal general fund to the Bay St. Louis Department of Justice account for the sole benefit of the Bay St. Louis Police Department. According to that same motion, the council will also continue to pursue the bonds of the responsible parties with assistance of the Mississippi State Auditor's Office and or outside legal counsel to recover funds.

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