Our four-legged family members can now have both the freedom and safety they deserve with the recent launch of DogWatch, offering pet containment systems to the residents of Bay St. Louis and beyond.
– By Kim Ranjbar
Myrna Green is a powerhouse who has led the tourism charge and brought Hancock County back from the brink of destruction after Hurricane Katrina. We are so glad to have her help the county grow and prosper.
– By Maurice Singleton
This is the first of a three-part series discussing the importance and impacts of educating the community’s youth in the arts.
- By Connie Voight
Our little coastal town has a very rich history. St. Augustine Seminary, the first seminary in the Unites States to train Catholic, African American priests, celebrates its 100th anniversary. The actual anniversary is September 16, but celebratory events will be held October 28 and 29.
- By Maurice Singleton
The threat of rain didn't stop The Arts, Hancock County from hosting their biggest art show of the year, Arts Alive, on April 15. 42 vendors from across the Gulf Coast region showed their finest works, while several demonstrated their craft. The children's area offered the opportunity for kids to create their own masterpieces, and the culinary arts dessert competition drew mouth-watering entries.
- photos by Marion Glaser
Ever wonder how jets and engines are tested before taking off or going into space? The answer lies with run -up pads, and a new one is under construction at Stennis International Airport.
– By Lisa Monti
FAN★FEST is the splash page for an entire issue of adventure this season at the Hancock County Library.
- By Kim Ranjbar, photos by Gregg Martel