ACLU of Mississippi Releases Mobile Justice App for iPhones

JACKSON, Miss – Today, the American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi launched the iPhone version of a smart phone application (app) called Mobile Justice Mississippi—an empowerment tool for those who feel their civil rights are being violated by law enforcement…


Deer Island Access Project Receives Final Approval

Biloxi, Miss.—A project to bring public access to Deer Island has received final approval by the U.S. Corps of Engineers.  Construction on the 170-foot pier located on the north side of Deer Island will begin this summer. “All Mississippians should…


Peoples Bank Sues DHCC&POA over Dues

The Peoples Bank of Biloxi has filed suit in Hancock County Chancery Court to secure a declaratory judgement that would relieve them of paying monthly dues to the Diamondhead Country Club and Property Owners Association for 388 lots it obtained via…


City to Choose Water and Sewer District Commissioners

Today, Governor Phil Bryant signed into law House bill 896 that states members of the board of commissioners of the water and sewer district of Diamondhead shall be appointed by the governing authority of Diamondhead. Designated members will also be…


Your POA Dues’ Worth

There is just one reason we homeowners pay dues to the POA and that is to protect property values for all Diamondhead owners.  Managing the common facilities is simply part of this primary POA job, and if its decision making…



App to Block Texting While Driving

World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and distributor of patented products, announces the development of the Save a Life App (SALA), a novel app invention that can prevent car accidents and vehicular accident deaths by disallowing the use of…


Library System to Celebrate National Library Week

It’s National Library Week – April 12-18, 2015, a time to highlight the value of libraries across the country, especially in Hancock County. Libraries today are more than warehouses for books and other resources. Instead, libraries and librarians are change…


Kolf Calls for Montjoy’s Resignation

  Paul Montjoy was employed by the Diamondhead Property Owners Association (POA)  as manager from 1990 until he was terminated by the POA Board of Directors on July 26, 1996.   On his termination, Montjoy filed a suit against the…