Woolmarket library temporarily remains closed

The Woolmarket library remains closed while the City of Biloxi complete installation of the fire alarm panel.

The branch, original set to open today at the Woolmarket City Center, will officially open its doors to the public later this month.

During this time, no fees will be charged on items checked out.  Library staffers remind the public that there are eight other library branches, including the Biloxi Public Library in Howard Avenue, the Margaret Sherry Memorial Library on Popp’s Ferry Road, and the West Biloxi Library on Pass Road, open to assist with their needs.
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News & notes: City Desk; Splash pad; Blue Angels; Traffic

City Desk:  On this week’s edition of the City Desk podcast, recorded this morning at Biloxi City Hall, Civic Innovation and Development Officer Cliff Kirkland talks about the Saints Day event and Biloxi Police Officers Cara Muirhead and Steven Kinsey talk about placing in the 2018 National Law Fit Challenge.  To listen, click here.

Splash pad ribbon cutting:  The City of Biloxi, along with the Harrison County Board of Supervisors, will hold a ribbon cutting for the new John Henry Beck Park splash pad on Thursday, June 21 at 10:30 a.m.  To see the flyer, click here.

Blues Over Biloxi:  The U.S. Navy Blue Angels are coming to Biloxi for the Blues Over Biloxi airshow taking place July 21 and 22 over the beach.  For more information, click here

Traffic update:  To see the latest traffic advisories and road closures in Biloxi, click here