While most people spend their summers lounging by the pool, going on vacation and taking a well-deserved break from their work, such is not the case for many Hattiesburg churches.
As the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. But with the number of books recently donated to the Hattiesburg Public Library, The Spectrum Center hopes to paint a clearer picture of the LGBTQ+ community for everyone.
The first official meeting between Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker and the Forrest County Board of Supervisors took place Monday during the board’s public forum.
Barker discussed the repaving of W.L. Runnels Road in the near future.
“That road is incredibly important to our county, city and region,” said Barker.
To make the most of a difficult situation, some Petal students will be required to put their best foot forward – in the most literal sense of the phrase.
Petal High School Marching band recently began the start of their band camp for their 2017 marching season.