The numbers: Cruisin’, gamin’, debris and more

Today’s Biloxi A to Z video has the final numbers: Cruisin’ The Coast registered cars and how they drive hotel occupancy; a record-breaking, billion-dollar year for gaming in Biloxi; the debris tally and more from Operation Clean Sweep; and new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the decline, according to the state health department.

You also can see previews of the big events in Biloxi this weekend: Fun with the Biloxi Police Department, a battle at Beauvoir, and the Old Biloxi Cemetery Tours.

Also in today’s report: A monumental day for Fred Haise, road repairs in West Biloxi and a look at a pier for the birds.
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Community Calendar

News & note: Soccer, catfish, and a bike ride

Youth soccer registration: The Biloxi Parks & Recreation Department will hold registration for its soccer league, ages 8 to 18, on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Donal M. Snyder Sr. Community Center. For details, including fees, click here.

Fishing for catfish: The annual Fishing for Catfish Kids Day will take place Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon at the Hiller Park Pond. Kids ages 15 and under are invited to bring a fishing pole, tackle box, cooler and bait, and fish the pond. Awards and door prizes will be presented. The event is free to attend. For more information and to view the flyer, click here.

Bike Biloxi: On Tuesday, Biloxi Main Street will have its monthly bicycle ride through downtown. The ride begins at 6 p.m. at the Biloxi Visitors Center, 1050 Beach Blvd., and ends with refreshments and food at a downtown restaurant at cyclists’ expense.  Helmets and lights recommended. For more information, call Biloxi Main Street at 228-435-6339.