Author Archives: Keith Wilson

Mayor shares updates, challenges over breakfast

The last twenty months or so have been non-stop for the city and Mayor Andrew “FoFo” Gilich explained and displayed that to a chamber audience on Wednesday at Hard Rock Casino in Biloxi. Gilich’s 26-minute presentation focused on dozens of projects that are taking place throughout the city. “It’s extraordinary and continues to be extraordinary,” […]

Looking for a Job? ‘We’re hiring’

The City of Biloxi is looking to fill a number of vacant positions and will be recruiting applicants during a city job fair on Wednesday and Saturday. The job fair will be from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. both days at the Biloxi Civic Center, 578 Howard Ave. Interested applicants will get a chance to […]

Nesting birds delay walkway completion

Biloxi Beach is the place to be…if you are a Least Tern. And, the small birds are nesting along the beach where construction is taking place on the seawall walkway project. Workers on the waterfront walkway, a 1-mile, 10-feet-wide project stretching from Oak Street to the Small Craft Harbor, are adjusting to the resurgence of […]

Biloxi A to Z: Scrapin the Coast traffic plan

Scrapin the Coast returns to Biloxi this weekend, and in today’s A to Z report, Biloxi Police Major Michael Brumley shares what motorists need to know. Also, get the latest on COVID-19, see how you can watch the Biloxi City Council in action, and preview the weekend events. Facebook: See the videoYouTube: See the videoSee […]

Biloxi A to Z: Heat safety tips and more

Biloxi A to Z: This week’s report includes an update from the Biloxi Fire Department. Assistant Fire Chief Jason Davis shares tips for staying cool in the excessive heat. Also in today’s report: hear what Mayor Andrew “FoFo” Gilich has to say about the Bayview Walkway, see some sights and sounds from the Biloxi Community […]

A to Z: Heat safety tips and more

Biloxi A to Z: This week’s report includes an update from the Biloxi Fire Department. Assistant Fire Chief Jason Davis shares tips for staying cool in the excessive heat. Learn what Mayor Andrew “FoFo” Gilich had to say about the Back Bay Walkway after this week’s ribbon cutting. See the sights and sounds from Biloxi […]

Save at the Pump with CTA’s Try Transit Day

If you are looking for ways to save at the pump, Coast Transit Authority is bringing back its Try Transit Day on Thursday. Rides will be free all day on CTA’s fleet of hybrid-electric buses, and the nostalgic trolleys including the Beachcomber and Casino Hopper. CTA staff will be at the Biloxi Transit Center, 820 […]

Zeta repairs underway at Visitors Center

Work is underway to restore the Biloxi Visitors Center. Hurricane Zeta back in October 2020 caused nearly $1.06M in damages on the two-story structure at Porter Avenue and Highway 90. Exterior repairs include a complete roof replacement, new entrance doors and storm shutters, and a fresh coat of paint. On the interior, replacements to the […]

R U Ready for hurricane season?

Hurricane season is days old, and the City of Biloxi wants to know if you are prepared. To help residents plan, the city is airing its “R U Ready 2022?” program this month on BTV, the city’s municipal TV channel. Hear from a host of disaster preparation and response authorities in the latest edition of […]