October events are in the air

October generally means a few things in Biloxi: Cruisin’ the Coast, billed as “America’s Largest Block Party,” the Old Biloxi Cemetery Tour, and Real Men Wear Pink, the monthlong fund-raising event for the American Cancer Society.

 The October issue of BNews Monthly, arriving in homes and businesses across the city Tuesday and Wednesday, has the latest on Cruisin’ the Coast, the city’s municipal budget, and a preview of this year’s Old Biloxi Cemetery tour, which will be presented on BTV, the city’s municipal TV channel.

And State Rep. Kevin Felsher, one of 29 Real Men Wear Pink ambassadors, appears on today’s Be Prepared report to discuss the monthlong effort, and you’ll hear the latest COVID-19 numbers.
See BNews Monthly for October
Facebook: See today’s report
YouTube: See today’s report
See the overall tracking chart
See the daily comparison chart
See the Harrison County 14-day chart
See the mayor’s latest executive order (Sept. 3, 2020)
See the governor’s latest executive order (Sept. 14, 2020)
Mask Up, Biloxi (face covering required): Print your own sign (8.5 x 11)
See the Opening Up Biloxi Again guidelines
See the Opening Up America Again guidelines

What were we thinking? Duh

Garbage, trash and recycling pickups are once a week in Biloxi. A story in a Bmail earlier today, in the October BNews arriving Tuesday, and in the Be Prepared report today all incorrectly said the service was twice weekly. Apologies for the mistake(s).

News and notes: Weekly report, City Council

The week that was:  If you want to get behind-the-scenes details on last week’s activity from the Biloxi Fire, Police, Community Development, and public works departments or look over a report from the city’s Engineering Department on the status major projects, check out our weekly review.  To see the reports, click here.   

City Council: The Biloxi City Council will not meeting Tuesday as it is the fifth Tuesday of the month. Meetings are usually held on the first, third and forth Tuesday of the meeting. To see a video archive of City Council meetings, click here.