Posts Tagged ‘Bay St. Louis’

Read November 30 issue of MBJ

by Published: November 30,2012

Tags: Bay St. Louis, oysters, PERS, University of Southern Mississippi

THE COST OF LOSING Good football teams create good business— by Clay Chandler GULF COAST Oyster harvesting in full swing— by Lisa Monti PERS Fixed share key for boosting funded ratio— by Ted Carter TRANSPORTATION River at Greenville likely to drop farther with Mo. River impoundment— Ted Carter REAL ESTATE New Orleans developers look to […] [...]

Carville, Matalin agree on new home in Bay St. Louis

The property that so many Bay St. Louis residents knew as New Orleans musician Pete Fountain’s place now belongs to a couple well known for their politics. Political commentators and consultants James Carville and Mary Matalin have bought the Beach Boulevard property and plan to build a home there starting early next year. It will […] [...]

Bay St. Louis waterfront, downtown revitalization is defining moment

A municipal harbor, a project that’s been talked about here since the 1980s, will finally get under way when construction begins mid November. Mayor Les Fillingame is among backers who believe that the $21.1 million recreational harbor will come to define the city’s waterfront and revitalize the downtown that was wiped away by Hurricane Katrina. […] [...]

Bringing back Bay Town Inn

by Published: October 29,2012

Tags: Bay St. Louis, Bay Town Inn, John Moon, Nikki Moon

The couple who is resurrecting the landmark Bay Town Inn on the beachfront here hopes to be welcoming guests by midsummer 2013. Nikki and John Moon celebrated the inn’s ground-breaking Oct. 19 with city officials and well wishers who joined in a champagne toast to the long-awaited project. “It’s been three years since I applied […] [...]

Read October 29 issue of MBJ

by Published: October 29,2012

Tags: Back Bay Town Inn, Basel III, Bay St. Louis, healthcare

HEALTHCARE Hospitals worry rejection of Medicaid expansion would increase burden of uninsured care— by Ted Carter BANKING State’s bankers make plea for scrapping Basel III— by Ted Carter GULF COAST $21.1 million recreational harbor, downtown facelift will redefine Bay St. Louis waterfront— by Lisa Monti BRINGING BACK BAY TOWN INN Couple to resurrect bed and […] [...]

Number left without power by Isaac rises to 90,000+

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — A tow truck driver was killed this morning in Pearl River County when a tree fell on his truck, the first death in Mississippi from Isaac. The death of the unidentified driver on a Picayune street came during heavy rain and wind from Isaac, said Pearl River County Emergency Management director Danny […] [...]

Isaac pushing toward Big Easy; coastal flooding widespread

GULF COAST — Hurricane Isaac is lashing New Orleans as it approaches and pushing flood waters over a rural levee south of the city, where authorities believe some people may be trapped. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm’s center early this morning was about 50 miles south-southwest of New Orleans and moving slowly. […] [...]

State wants Bay St. Louis marina lawsuits dismissed

BAY ST. LOUIS — Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann has asked a judge to dismiss two lawsuits over beach front property involving in the ongoing Bay St. Louis marina project. Hosemann filed the motions in Hancock County Circuit Court. The city of Bay St. Louis has joined in the motions. A judge has not ruled […] [...]

For Serious Bread not all breads are created equal

by Published: July 22,2012

Tags: baking, Bay St. Louis, Serious Bread Bakery

Al Jensen worked as an oceanographer at the Naval Oceanographic Office at Stennis Space Center for 37 years. When he retired in 2003, he pursued a long-time interest in baking bread. “I was baking bread for parties for four or five years before I retired,” said Jensen, who with his wife, Vivian Jensen, owns Serious […] [...]

Robert Pascasio new leader at Hancock Medical Center

BAY ST. LOUIS — There is a new man in charge at Hancock Medical Center. Robert Pascasio was recently named CEO and hospital administrator. Pascasio is in charge of leading the Bay St. Louis hospital and its 400 employees into the future. With more than 20 years in the health care industry Pascasio is no […] [...]

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