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First Friday Block Party brings hundreds to downtown Biloxi

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, Miss. (WLOX) – Biloxi was the place to party on Friday night. The First Friday Block Party cohosted by Biloxi Main Street and the District on Howard team was a .

”I think really just even from two months ago, the last time we came here, this is so much bigger. There is more vendors. You hear big cities do events like this all…

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The first Safe Haven Baby Box is coming to Mississippi

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www.wxxv25.com – Jazell Ladner – 2023-03-24 17:17:43

A Safe Haven Baby Box is now in the process to save babies on the Gulf Coast.

Mayor George Bass joined aldermen and Caitlin , who has been the organizer of pushing to get a baby box since August, signed papers to make Long Beach the first city in Mississippi to have a baby box.

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The baby box will be put in at the Central Station on Klondyke Road in Long Beach, a place where mothers can surrender their babies anonymously.

Once the baby is put in the box, it will sound off alarms to alert first responders who will then bring the babies to a…

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Coastal Living Magazine names Pass Christian as one of the best coastal cities

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www.wxxv25.com – Jazell Ladner – 2023-03-24 17:20:42

The City of is being in Coastal Living Magazine as one of the best coastal cities in the U.S.

This was a complete surprise to Mayor Jimmy Rafferty, who found out the two days ago. He believes the city got the recognition by having two harbors, nice parks, and a resilient community of residences, especially after rebuilding from Hurricane in 2005.

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It was one of the cities that suffered significant damage being near the beach.

Pass Christian School District is annually ranked at the top of both and national schools, earning both…

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Gulf Coast Winter Classics wrapping up at the Harrison County Fairgrounds

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www.wxxv25.com – Spencer Pullen – 2023-03-24 17:37:53

All good things must come to an end. The 25th annual Gulf Coast Winter Classics is entering its final weekend, but there's still time to bring the family out to this event.

It's been six weeks of nonstop excitement at the Winter Classics. This is the biggest turnout they've had in over a dozen years. Gulf Coast Winter Classics Manager Bob Bell said, “This has been a very exciting year for us. It's amazing that I think we lasted 25 years. It's been a lot of work, but the people love coming here. They love coming to the Gulf Coast.”

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