Author: Kristen Anzuini

Seafood industry hit hard by COVID-19 pandemic

During the stay at home orders, commercial fishing was defined as an essential business, but that didn’t help many local fishermen sell their product. Our local seafood industry has been hit extremely hard during this global pandemic and that’s just…

Change of Command Ceremony at Seabee Base

Today a Change of Command Ceremony was held at the Gulfport Seabee Base and this ceremony was unlike any other in the past due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Change of Command is a time-honored Seabee ceremony where leadership of…

Cristobal leaves behind damaged Biloxi Beach

Tropical Depression Cristobal left behind quite a bit of damage and debris in Biloxi along the beach. Today, Biloxi city officials are out surveying the damage that the storm caused. Mayor FoFo Gilich said Cristobal caused a bit more damage…

Protest against racial inequality in Gulfport

This morning, a group of protesters gathered in Gulfport to raise awareness about racial inequalities. Around 15 people gathered this morning holding signs with messages about George Floyd, anti-racism, and bible verses. This protest started because 25-year-old Jamila Swopes believes…

Hurricane Season is here

Hurricane season began Monday and we are already tracking the tropics. This year, officials say preparing for the season will be different than before. South Mississippi is no stranger to tropical storms and hurricanes, but this will be the first…

City of Pascagoula honoring notable citizens

Pascagoula is a small town that has produced some big talent.  Now the city is showcasing all the people from Pascagoula who have made a big impact on the world. If you drive around the downtown Pascagoula area, you’ll see…

Staying safe around water

According to the CDC, drowning is responsible for more deaths among children age one through four than any other cause except birth defects. Here in the United States, drowning causes around 10 deaths per day. With the summer months quickly…

Axe throwing is back in Biloxi

Many local businesses have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Skal Axe Throwing in Biloxi is no exception. The new business was open for eight weeks before they had to shut down for two months. Although Skal Axe Throwing…

Hot weather safety tips for pets

With the warmer months ahead more people will be spending time with their furry friends outdoors. But as the hot weather approaches, it is important to make sure you are keeping your animals safe. Alice Xenachis, the owner of Fur…