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During the past several years, Hattiesburg has offered day programs during the summer months for students throughout the city, with the intention of giving children the opportunity to be productive while out of school.
The Petal Education Foundation recently awarded scholarships to 82 Petal High School seniors during end-of-the-year awards day activities.
The PEF was founded in 1987 with the future in mind and helps bridge the gap for enhanced educational opportunities.
Blood donors play a vital role on the frontline of saving patients here, across the country and to those serving in the military. A blood donation could be the difference for many. Blood donations are needed now to help secure the blood supply for the upcoming holiday weekend and summer months blood needs.
Forrest General Hospital will host Project SEARCH, which is one-year high school transition program for young adults with developmental disabilities. The program provides the participants with an opportunity to develop functional skills, enabling them to become a part of the community workforce.
Vermester Jackson Bester of Hattiesburg will be the keynote speaker at a William Carey University commencement ceremony at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 18. She will also be among the graduates at this ceremony, as she receives an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.
This is one of six ceremonies scheduled May 16-18.
A man who was reportedly exposing himself near Lumberton City Hall is dead after shooting himself during a Tuesday morning altercation with a Lumberton police officer.
Andy Stetelman of London & Stetelman received the 2019 Small Business Leadership Award May 1 during a luncheon at the soon-to-be-opened Tatum Court at William Carey University. A local tradition for more than 25 years, the Small Business Leadership Award was founded by WCU and the Area Development Partnership.
VisitHATTIESBURG is celebrating National Travel and Tourism Week May 5-11, highlighting this year’s theme “Travel Matters.” Week-long events are showcasing tourism’s important role in Hattiesburg’s economic growth, while also recognizing outstanding local individuals in the hospitality industry.