It’s nearing that time again.
Through the Mississippi Early Learning Collaborative legislation, support for a Mississippi Department of Education approved early learning collaborative could make individuals and corporations eligible for a 1:1 state tax credit for a donated amount up to $1 million.
Sculptor/climber and owner of Mohawk Steel & Glass Jeremy Thomley of Hattiesburg wants to share his art and his passions with the public with the second annual Hot Glass Fall Festival on Oct. 21 at his family Christmas tree farm.
TRIPOD 2017, the third annual arts festival hosted by University Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, has expanded to include four workshops on Saturday, Nov. 4, with emphasis on songwriting, guitar and blues techniques, creative writing and drawing.
A non-emergency transportation services operator whose company has become an integral part of the Hattiesburg community was honored as the 2017 Paratransit & Contracting Operator of the Year by the Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association (TLPA).
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• 12:22 p.m., 900 Beverly Hills Road, Automobile Burglary (Theft From Motor Vehicle).
• 2:31 p.m., 200 Block of South 11th Avenue, Burglary, Dwelling: (Breaking And Entering Residence).
• 3:08 p.m., 1810 Country Club Road, Domestic Violence - Simple Assault (Third Offense).
The question of whether to cut any of three trees next to a house inside a historical district in Hattiesburg was resolved Tuesday after a public hearing and lengthy deliberations when the City Council voted on the side of safety and said all three trees should be cut down.
An investigation by the City of Hattiesburg uncovered more than two years of mishandling of recyclable materials affecting 156 residents of Ward 4, leading to the possibility of refunding fees to those people who paid for recycling services that were not performed.
Hattiesburg and Petal will be joining other Pine Belt entities when the Fourth of July rolls around.
A fireworks extravaganza, Bridging the Leaf, is set for Tuesday, July 3, at both Chain Park on the west side of the Leaf River and the Petal River Park on the east side.
The deep-seeded roots of countless bands and musical acts can be traced back to the University of Southern Mississippi and the Piney Woods that surround it.