The expansion of enrollment at William Cary University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine over the next four years is a win for both Hattiesburg and the state. Dr. Italo Subbarao, dean of the WCU College of Osteopathic Medicine, announced Monday that the school will increase its enrollment by 100 percent during the next four years.
The William Cary University College of Osteopathic Medicine will expand its enrollment by 100 percent over the next four years. The announcement was made by Dr. Italo Subbarao, dean of the WCU College of Osteopathic Medicine, on Monday morning.
Forrest County taxpayers will not see a tax increase for Fiscal Year 2020.
During Tuesday morning’s budget hearing, the Forrest County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a $48 million budget with no millage increase for its taxpayers.
It was a day of celebration as R3SM dedicated its 28th house Tuesday on Bennett Street in Petal. Lashandra Johnson is the proud owner of the two-bedroom, two-bath home, which was severely damaged in the January 2017 tornado that struck the Hattiesburg and Petal areas.
Hattiesburg Arts Council and University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Communication challenge teens age 13-19 from Forrest and Lamar counties to participate in a music mentoring, performing and recording competition – “Put Me in the Mix.”
David McLain is an artisan, but he’s also quite the salesman. Robert St. John considers him a rock star.
Two Hattiesburg artistic endeavors were co-winners in The American Prize, which celebrates American excellence in the arts.
James and the Giant Peach and The Phantom took top honors in the Musical Theater Performance, 2018-19.
When the Oak Grove Warriors take the field in just a couple of weeks, they’ll be doing so on brand new turf. But they aren’t the only ones benefitting.
The new turf is the result of a $1.5 million Warrior Club Oak Grove Capital Improvement campaign that’s been five months in the making.