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Award-winning chef opening Italian Bistro in Old Town Bay St. Louis

By LISA MONTI Chef David Dickensauge is bringing upscale Italian fare to Old Town Bay St. Louis. Dickensauge and Lee Parrish are opening Corks & Cleaver Italian Bistro this month in the spot that was vacated by Old Cuevas Bistro after about a year. The two have partnered on the Italian restaurant through their newly formed restaurant group. The Parrish ...

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Art lessons are drawing tourists to stay and learn in Bay St. Louis

By LISA MONTI Bay St. Louis, a popular beachfront city that has earned spots on many a Top 10 list for its amenities and casual lifestyle, is known in large part for its robust arts community. Every month, the Second Saturday Art Walk through the Old Town showcases art galleries, musicians, artisans and others who contribute to the creative economy. Crowds ...

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Tractor Supply to open in Bay St. Louis

Tractor Supply Co., the retail chain that carries top brands for farmers, gardeners, homeowners and their pets, is coming to Bay St. Louis. The site is being cleared ahead of construction start. » Read the complete story at GULF COAST BUSINESS TODAY

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Diamondhead projects moving forward

The City of Diamondhead has more than $2.2 million worth of projects under way to improve the city’s recreational assets, drainage and economic development. Here’s a look at the projects and their progress: » Read complete story at GULF COAST BUSINESS TODAY

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Biloxi, Coast seeing more non-casino hotel rooms

By LISA MONTI Biloxi and other tourist-friendly coastal cities are seeing new investment in non-casino hotel rooms with more planned. For a tourism market that had to comeback from Hurricane Katrina, the BP oil spill and then the recession, the additional rooms and new brands are making 2017 look promising. In the past year, Biloxi added about 500 rooms, mainly ...

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Casino developers reapply to build 2 new casinos along coast

An official says that developers have reapplied to build two casinos along the Mississippi Gulf Coast whose proposed sites were previously rejected by gaming commissioners. Allen Godfrey, executive director of the Mississippi Gaming Commission, tells The Sun-Herald that developers RW Development and Jacobs Entertainment have reapplied. RW Development proposed building South Beach Casino on the northeast side of Veterans Avenue ...

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Diamondhead Fire Protection District clerk arrested

DIAMONDHEAD — Hancock County sheriff’s deputies have arrested an employee of the Diamondhead Fire Protection District, accusing her of embezzling more than $25,000 from taxpayers. The Sun Herald reports 55-year-old Sandra Zitterkopf, of Kiln, faces a charge of embezzlement. Sheriff Ricky Adam said his deputies took Zitterkopf into custody just before noon on Monday. Adam said the sheriff’s office began ...

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Hancock panel hires adviser for development plan

By JACK WEATHERLY  Hancock County is known for its futuristic Stennis Space Center. But the Hancock County Port and Harbor Commission wants to make sure its vision stays forward-looking. So it recently signed a contract with VisionFirst Advisors to develop a development strategy. VisionFirst is based in Tallahassee, Fla., but it is a wholly owned subsidiary of THE Jackson-based Butler ...

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Lyons named CEO of Mississippi Gulf Coast chamber

The Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce, Inc. has announced Adele Lyons the next Chief Executive Officer. Prior to accepting this position, Lyons served as the Director of Development and Communication for Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast since 2010. Her experience with overseeing fundraising and grant writing efforts, donor relations, volunteer management, speaking experience, and marketing and ...

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Papa Murphy’s wants to expand in Mississippi markets

By LISA MONTI The Papa Murphy’s pizza chain, which sells fresh, hand-crafted pizzas that cus-tomers bake at home, is looking to expand in the Jackson area and in other Missis-sippi markets. The Oregon-based Papa Murphy’s Holdings Inc. was founded in 1981 and operates more than 1,500 franchises and corporate fresh pizza stores across the country and in Canada and the United ...

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