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The Petal Excel By 5 Coalition is asking for help from its Pine Belt neighbors by voting in an online contest going on now through noon Monday, May 13.
University of Mississippi junior Lauren E. Pitts of Hattiesburg was among more than 220 students inducted into the UM chapter of Phi Kappa Phi in an ceremony at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts.
Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest, largest and most selective honor society for all academic disciplines.
Second graders at Oak Grove Lower Elementary took advantage of the spring weather and winds. The superheroes from Melissa Williamson’s special services class were rewarded with an annual kite flying party for reaching their Accelerated Reader goals.
Following a three-show run of performances in North Mississippi earlier this week, a Pine Belt-based trio is returning to the Piney Woods this weekend for a special run of performances with The Great Dying from Cleveland,Miss.
With the 10th anniversary of FestivalSouth fast approaching, June8-22, tickets are already available at festivalsouth.org for this year’s two-week festival.
FestivalSouth events return to venues across the Pine Belt this June with a fun-filled line-up of events, performances, and opportunities.
Interior designer Gwynn Guy has joined the staff of Anderson Designs in Hattiesburg.
Guy has more than 30 years of experience in residential and architectural design, having worked at Batte Furniture and Interiors in Jackson for 25 years before following her grandchildren to Frisco, Texas, where she worked with IBB Fine Furnishings.
Chris Lockwood, former Waste Pro divisional vice president in Southern Mississippi, has been promoted to regional vice president. Lockwood will manage the newly-formed Southern Mississippi region, which includes Waste Pro’s Hattiesburg, Gautier, Gulfport, Brookhaven, and Natchez operations.