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.
Baby boomers, those people born from 1945–1965, are five times more likely to have hepatitis C than other adults. And that’s true for the country’s veterans.
A Hattiesburg staple for a number of years, Leatha’s Bar-B-Que Inn has enjoyed visitors from around the world. Soon it will be on display for everybody to see, just without that wonderful smell and taste.
If the houses toward the north end of Busch-man Street could talk, they’d have stories of how they’ve seen the city grow. Some of the older homes have tax records that date back to the 1890s and saw the day when there was no indoor plumbing or electricity.
Serve the Lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing.
Congregants and guests filled the sanctuary of the B’Nai Israel Temple last Thursday as the synagogue dedicated and celebrated its National Historic Registry designation.
Sacred Heart Catholic High School recently announced senior August Sohbian Thriffiley has been named a National Merit Scholar by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
We support state Rep. Andy Gipson’s House Bill 387, which prevents the immediate incarceration of Mississippians for non-payment of fines.
And that’s significant for many reasons – not the least because we hardly agree with anything Rep. Gipson says or does.
A referendum could be put before Hattiesburg voters in May if the city’s school district board of trustees moves to ask for a renewal of property taxes due to expire soon, which could bring in approximately $20 million for proposed improvements to its schools.