Biloxi A to Z: Popp’s Ferry Causeway pier, and more

Biloxi A to Z: This week’s video features the Popp’s Ferry Causeway loop pier. The pier was damaged in 2020 by Tropical Storm Cristobal and Hurricane Zeta.  Earlier this week, the secretary of state’s office announced $500,000 in tidelands funds for the demolition and repair of the pier.

The video also includes a brief look at the annual American Public Works Association Conference that was hosted in Biloxi this week, images from the award ceremony honoring Biloxi Firefighter II Treyvis Bush as the Keesler Federal Credit Union’s First Responder of the Year, a reminder to use the zipper merge when traveling southbound on I-110, the weekend preview, and a list of events taking place in Biloxi this weekend.
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October Community Calendar

News & notes: Weekly report, Bus Stop, cemetery clean up

The week that was: Weekly reports from the departments of Police, Fire, Community Development, Public Works and Engineering are now online for your review. To see the report from last week and an archive of weekly reports, click here.

Bus Stop BLT: The production of the play “Bus Stop” was first produced at Biloxi Little Theatre in 1973. The original production of Bus Stop was directed by Wayne LaRue Smith, who was then an 18 year old Airman stationed at Keesler Air Force Base. Wayne has returned to Biloxi Little Theatre to direct the 50th anniversary revival of Bus Stop. For more information visit

Cemetery clean up: The best place to visit on Friday the 13th was the Old Biloxi Cemetery for clean up day! If you missed today, volunteers will be there Saturday from 9 a.m. til 11 a.m. cleaning up for those unable to do it for themselves. And remember, the 17th Annual Old Biloxi Cemetery Tours are scheduled for October 22nd and 24th, 1066 Irish Hill Drive. To see todays photos on Facebook, click here.