This time of year, festivals are nearly every weekend in South Mississippi. This weekend was no different with the Biloxi Seafood Festival happening in downtown Biloxi, and people came out in full force.
Gretchen Caplinger and her husband Roger have had a home in the Bahamas for the last 10 years. Over the course of the Caplingers’ time in the Bahamas, they’ve made many friends, including a couple named Tacuma and Shamell. The couple lost everything.
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., current and former residents of North Gulfport and the old L.C. Jones housing project are invited to gather at the East North Gulfport Park on Florida Avenue for a celebration.
The Art House has been in the charming cottage on Cash Alley in Ocean Springs for 19 years. It is an artist co-op, which means virtually every aspect of the gallery is controlled by a group of artists.
The Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program is a HUD program that received a total of $75 million, up from the $43 million from last year, to critically invest in the future of youth across the nation.
The United MSD Foundation, created by Amber Olsen, is hosting the third annual Wiggin’ Out for Willow, a fundraiser designed to help bring in the last $600,000 needed to fund the clinical trial but in a fun way.
Nikki Moon has been in the tourism and hospitality business for over 40 years. Not only is she the owner of the Bay Town Inn, she's also president of the Hancock County Chamber of Commerce and of the Coastal Mississippi Board of Commissioners.
Hurricane Katrina left lasting scars on the Hurricane Camille Memorial in Biloxi at the site of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. Now the Biloxi Fire Department, with the help of a local businessman, is working to get the memorial in shape for the upcoming 50th anniversary of the storm.
Feeding the Gulf Coast teamed up with the Mississippi Public Health Institute, Society of St. Andrew, Rouses Supermarket and other local partners for a Produce Drop at First Baptist Church of Biloxi on Saturday.
In just a few short weeks, Jasmine Levi would have been entering her freshman year at Biloxi High School. On the eve of the funeral for young Jasmine Levi, her friends have come forward to share the inspiration that Levi was to them.
As a dangerous situation was unfolding about a mile away from Neco’s Family Market in Pass Christian, the employees inside of the store were making sure the police officers working the scene were fed and hydrated after spending hours in the sun.
The Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo is all about tradition, and even though a new weighmaster has taken over the scales, he is continuing the tradition of family that has been a hallmark of the event.