Fifty years ago this summer, 400,000 flower children gathered at Woodstock and made history. Grab a few of your groovy friends (those over 21 years of age), crank up your VW bus, and join the Hattiesburg Zoo on August 16 for Zoostock, the most iconic, retrospective event to ever hit the Hub City.
For the second straight year, Keesler Federal Credit Union has awarded scholarships to employees seeking enrollment as undergraduate students in The University of Southern Mississippi’s College of Business and Economic Development.
Nutrition for optimal childhood development is this month’s topic for the Forrest General and Extra Table health and wellness partnership. The partnership was formed in early 2019 as a way to celebrate Extra Table’s 10 years of providing healthy food to Mississippi’s most food-insecure residents.
Like most of the issues in our area, hunger is one that has many facets, happens to people of all ages and results in other negative health and wellness problems.
Miss Mississippi Mary Margaret Hyer of Oak Grove was honored Sunday at the Hattiesburg Train Depot with a Welcome Home reception. Guests included elected and pageant officials, family, friends fellow title holders and Magnolia Princesses.
It took until Wednesday afternoon to confirm, but in the most closely-contested race in Tuesday's primary election, Forrest County District 3 Supervisor Burkett Ross retained his seat over challenger Steve Stringer.
Hattiesburg police are asking for the public’s help in locating a suspect wanted in the July 20 Steelman Grocery capital murder investigation.