Navy Veteran Rob Adams watched Tuesday as a crew from J.E. Borries Inc. of Pascagoula lifted his boat off the pier at the Pass Christian Harbor where it has been stranded for more than a week after the storm surge from Hurricane Nate left him stranded. Adams had taken a friend’s boat to safe harbor before the storm and wasn’t able to rescue his. The community has rallied around Adams to help him get his boat back and get an place to live on land.
Retired SeaBee Rob Adams and his dog, Sadie, lived in the Pass Christian Harbor on his 28-foot cabin cruiser until Saturday when the storm surge from Hurricane Nate left his boat sitting on one of the piers. Adams had spent Friday moving a friend’s boat to safe harbor, and when he was on the way to get his, the tow boat’’s engines died forcing him to swim to shore.
Kim Ross-Bush and Robin Krohn David of the Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum in Biloxi talk about how the immigrants that were the backbone of the Mississippi Coast seafood industry created a melting pot of hard workers. The museum now honors members of that industry with an annual Heritage Hall of Fame induction and a permanent exhibit telling their stories at the museum.
Jourdan Nicaud has always wanted to open a hotel — so he did, right across the street from his successful Bacchus On The Beach restaurant. Hotel Pass Christian is a boutique hotel with a spa that appeals to visitors who want to enjoy the Mississippi Coast without going to the casinos.
Harrison County Sheriff Troy Peterson and Warren Strain with the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation answer questions during a press conference concerning the three-week investigation into the shooting of an on-duty Harrison County deputy.
Mississippi Department of Marine Resource's Melissa Scallan gives what details are known concerning a body found in the Mississippi Sound by a charter boat captain just south of the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art on Tuesday morning.
John Witt visits Lola for the first time at her new adopted home with Liz and Thanos Kosmopoulos in Biloxi on Tuesday, August 1, 2017. Witt had to find a new home for Lola after moving into the Armed Forces Retirement Home, which does not allow pets.