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The City of Hattiesburg’s new curbside recycling program is growing.

Though the Petal Board of Aldermen recently approved the Wharf Seafood Restaurant’s site plan for the construction of a lighthouse sign, the proposed 35-foot tall beacon is just the cherry tomato on top of the proverbial crab cake.

Lumberton and Lamar County residents welcomed home their perennial star Michael Simeon from his second stint on the hit television series American Idol on Monday evening.

Hubfest was developed by the Area Development Partnership (known then as the Hattiesburg Area Chamber of Commerce) in October, 1985 to provide a community event for families.

With the spring, sunshine and warmer weather right around the corner, Pine Belt residents should be on the lookout for a brightly-colored truck decorated with tropical scenes and lights.

Eight hours after an early morning fire consumed Cuevas Fish House, blue wisps of smoke rose from still-smoldering embers buried beneath mounds of white ashes.

Hub City Access

On Tuesday evening, the E3 Health Initiative gathered public officials, representatives from school districts and universities, and various social welfare agencies, among others, to roll out its new online resource guide, Hub City Access, an online resource to enhance service


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