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Working together to beautify Gulfport

This Saturday, the Gulfport community is coming together to beautify its neighborhoods. Gulfport Police Department is working with Extend a Hand, Help a Friend for their monthly community cleanup. They will…

Clean up and recovery continues in Pass Christian

One Harrison County city took quite a few hits during last year’s storm season, but is making progress and heading toward a full recovery. Tropical Storm Cristobal and Hurricane Zeta caused millions of dollars in damage in…

Zeta debris clean up in Pass Christian

What a difference a week makes! Last week, we showed you how Hurricane Zeta debris clean up had begun in Pass Christian and now just a little more than a week later sections of the city streets…

Climb CDC hosting community cleanup Saturday

South Mississippi continues to put on cleanup efforts to restore the community after the effects of Hurricane Zeta. Climb CDC is a prime example as they’re hosting a community united cleanup event tomorrow from 9 a.m. to…

Cleaning up the beaches after the Fourth of July

The Fourth of July has come and gone, but some trash left on the beach still remains. Crews from Harrison County are busy cleaning up our beaches after this holiday weekend. Cleanup crews started on 20th Avenue in Gulfport and…

Harrison County beaches continue to reopen

The reopening of Harrison County beaches is continuing at a rapid pace this week as crews have had a stretch of good weather to work with. Beachgoers enjoyed the sun and water earlier today at newly-reopened segments of beach between…

Cleaning up the beaches after Memorial Day

As residents and Coast visitors flocked to the beaches for the three day weekend, Harrison County Sand Beach Authority was out in full force Saturday, Sunday, and Memorial Day Monday to help keep beaches clean. Today, crews were out once…

Cleaning up two months after deadly tornado in Hamilton

Two months after a tornado ripped through north Mississippi killing one Hamilton man, the cleanup efforts are just getting underway this week. According to Monroe County Road Manager Sonny Clay the hold-up is thanks to FEMA and MEMA. As the…