Petal city officials are working to settle a dispute between property owners to determine who will be responsible for cleaning up some debris left over from the tornado that struck the Friendly City in January 2017.
To celebrate the life of veteran Hattiesburg Director of Parks & Recreation Director Dr. Clemon Terrell, a $25,000 memorial scholarship has been established that will provide two $500 scholarships annually forever.
Punk, soul, funk and hip-hop together in one show made for a special night that celebrated the talent and diversity of Hattiesburg’s local music scene.
The show took place at Jazmo’s on East Front Street Feb. 9, and featured:
The Petal Jaycees have dedicated this week to spreading smiles throughout the community as a part in National Random Act of Kindness Week. Group members are taking this opportunity by storm as a simple and tangible way to make a difference.
Petal’s Relay For Life Event Lead Team held its kick-off meeting last Thursday, which marked the beginning of the 2018 Relay season.
The annual citywide event, which benefits the American Cancer Society (ACS), is scheduled for Friday, May 4, at Willie Hinton Park.
A white-tailed deer from Issaquena County that tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease is “not likely” from a group that escaped an illegal Lamar County operation after the Jan. 21, 2017, tornado, a state wildlife official said Tuesday.
School districts in the Pine Belt had some of the highest and lowest occurrences of chronic absenteeism in the state during the 2016-17 school year, according to data released last week by the Mississippi Department of Education.