It’s almost time for the Super Bowl and you know what that means – gumbo. If you’re a Pine Belt resident, then you’ve probably come to expect the famous gumbo prepared by the Gumbo Gourmets at Hattiesburg’s Episcopal Church of the Ascension.
The race to legalize sports betting is on now that the U.S. Supreme Court has allowed it in all 50 states, but will it provide enough extra tax revenue to make much of a difference for schools, roads or pension debt?
Some experts say don’t bet on it. Even though the market is still developing, the returns to date have been modest.
After a decade of service and leadership, Evan Dillard will retire from the post of chief executive officer of Forrest Health. Andy Woodard, who will replace Dillard beginning this month, has worked closely with Dillard over the past 17 months to ensure a smooth transition.
Hattiesburg Clinic has broken ground on a new facility on Lincoln Road in Hattiesburg. The building, located across from Children’s Clinic, will be the new home of Lincoln Road Family Medicine, which will be relocating from Lincoln Center down the street.
Hattiesburg Clinic Memory Center is offering free memory screenings for the public Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019, at its location on the sixth floor of the clinic’s main facility, 415 S. 28th Ave. in Hattiesburg.
Four years ago, The University of Southern Mississippi launched a Small Business Development Center (SBDC) focused on providing comprehensive assistance to start-up companies in the Pine Belt area. The center’s growth and success have been eye-popping.
For the seventh-straight year, VA purchase loans increased year-over year, with volume for fiscal year 2018 up 59 percent compared to five years ago, according to the annual VA loan statistics map released by Veterans United Home Loans, the nation’s largest VA lender.