Drivers stopped on the Bay St. Louis bridge on Wednesday when sheets of paper were covering their windshield. It turns out someone dumped a bag of thousands of sensitive documents, including birth certificates, onto the roadway.
Video by Wesley Muller/Sun Herald
Sally Stieffel lost everything in Hurricane Katrina. With the help of Habitat for Humanity, friends and family, she moved into a new house. Now, she gives back by volunteering and recently helped with a Habitat Women who Build event.
The Bay St. Louis city attorney announced Tuesday night that Mayor Les Fillingame did not sign a utility ordinance designed to end City Hall’s practice of allowing some residents and business owners to ignore their water and gas bills.
After an extremely close primary election, both Democratic mayoral candidates said they were concerned about the primary’s unusually low voter turnout. Both plan to shift their campaigns into overdrive for the runoff election.
The email controversy, which is being dubbed “Emailgate” by some city residents, apparently began Tuesday when hundreds of people received a message from the email address “email@example.com,” officials said.
Mississippi Emergency Management Agency Executive Director Lee Smithson met with the Bay St. Louis City Council on Thursday and said ‘in no way, shape or form’ would the residents lose their insurance under the National Flood Insurance Program.
Four city council members violated state law when they met behind closed doors with State Auditor Stacey Pickering earlier this year, according to a preliminary ruling issued by the Mississippi Ethics Commission on Friday.
Someone used a local woman’s picture on a fake Facebook profile that created an event to boycott The Blind Tiger, and owner Thomas Genin and Hancock County Sheriff Ricky Adam want to find out that person’s real identity.
The driver of the vehicle that entered oncoming traffic had recently been released from the Hancock County jail where he was booked on a charge of DUI, Hancock County sheriff’s Chief Deputy Don Bass said.
Drivers stopped on the Bay St. Louis bridge on Wednesday when sheets of paper were covering their windshield. It turns out someone dumped a bag of thousands of sensitive documents, including birth certificates, onto the roadway. Video by Wesley Muller/Sun Herald firstname.lastname@example.org
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