Police getting ready to ‘Feed the Needy’

The Biloxi Police Department, along with Harrison County public safety agencies and donors, again this year will host the “Feed the Needy,” a program to deliver hot Thanksgiving Day meals to the homes of the less fortunate.

Meals – which will be delivered – must be requested by 9 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 15.

Those interested should contact their respective law enforcement agency:

— Biloxi Police, 228-385-3033

— D’Iberville Police, 228-396-4252

— Gulfport Police, 228-868-5703

— Harrison County Sheriff’s Office, 228-896-0606

— Long Beach Police, 228-865-1981

— Pass Christian Police, 228-452-3301

To volunteer or to donate to the program, contact the Gulfport Police Department by phone at 228-868-5703 or by mail at Attn: Feed the Needy Program, 2220 15th St., Gulfport, MS 39501.
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News & notes: weekend photos, reports

Semper Fi: Biloxi CAO Mike Leonard had a chance to share time with his fellow Marines during the Marine Corps Ball, where he was the honored guest. See photos by clicking here.

Btown is Bucktown: See images of the Bucktown All-Stars headlining the First Friday block party last week in downtown Biloxi AND get a peek inside the forthcoming Ground Zero Blues Club Biloxi by clicking here.

Veterans on parade: Take a look back at the Gulf Coast Veterans Parade, held Saturday in downtown Biloxi, by clicking here.

The week in review: To see the real story on what happened in Biloxi last week, from the weekly reports of three key city departments, Fire, Police and Community Development, click here.