Seventy years ago, a group met to form Parkway Heights Methodist Church. On Feb.
Forrest General Hospital is hosting a free educational session to answer questions and provide information about Medicare.
Information will be shared about Medicare, Medicare Supplemental Plans, Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Prescription Drug Plans, and how to enroll in the plan of your choice.
Sunnybrook Dentistry & Braces, a kids-focused family dental practice, opened its doors to the Hattiesburg community last week at 3720 Hardy Street, Hattiesburg, MS 39402.
The office will serve the Hattiesburg area by providing affordable dental care for children and families and has immediate appointments available.
Reasonable people can disagree on how serious a problem illegal immigration is in the United States.
With an estimated 11 million people having either sneaked into the country or overstayed their visas, they could be straining some social services and taking some jobs away from U.S. citizens.
It’s improbable that Mississippi lawmakers will agree to more than double the state’s tax on cigarettes, as an anti-tobacco coalition proposes.
It’s difficult to get any tax increase through the GOP-dominated Legislature, even a modest one.
The Petal School District is soliciting nominations for consideration as members of the Petal School District Academic Hall of Fame.
The Library of Hattiesburg, Petal and Forrest County, Extra Table, and The University of Southern Mississippi are teaming up to deliver food for thought and food for the hungry.
Hattiesburg recognized its Teacher and Administrator prior to the Christmas holidays – Dr. Vanessa Lofton, Administrator of the Year and Julie Arender, Teacher of the Year.
Administrator of Year
Teacher of Year
In mid-November, the Lamar County School District named Jarrod Bohannon as Administrator of the year, followed in December by the naming of Jessica Burns as Teacher of the Year.