It’s baseball season, and time of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast Baseball Preview show. To piggyback off the Baseball Preview Magazine, which will be released late next week, sports editor Camal Petro brings content that won’t be in the magazine.
Last year, Hattiesburg Public School District (HPSD) was staring at multiple vacancies, including for classroom teachers, as the start of classes neared.
Mayor Hal Marx explained the city-wide pavement survey report, which was conducted by Shows, Dearman and Waits, at a regular meeting of the Petal Board of Aldermen on Tuesday.
Marx offered a brief explanation of the report and what it means for the city moving forward.
Demolition costs for cleaning up the tornado-damaged Mount Carmel Baptist Church in downtown Hattiesburg could run as much as $450,000, Mayor Toby Barker told the League of Women Voters Monday night.
While most people spend their summers lounging by the pool, going on vacation and taking a well-deserved break from their work, such is not the case for many Hattiesburg churches.
As the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. But with the number of books recently donated to the Hattiesburg Public Library, The Spectrum Center hopes to paint a clearer picture of the LGBTQ+ community for everyone.
The metropolitan statistical area including Lamar County leads the state in non-farm job growth for metropolitan areas, an Area Development Partnership official told the Lamar Count Board of Supervisors last Thursday.
Only one candidate had qualified to run for the Alderman-at-large seat on the Sumrall Board of Aldermen by early Wednesday after the winner of the June 6 General Election had to resign.
Adam Grimsley, who finished third in the General Election for the seat, has qualified.