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For the second year in a row, students from the Petal School District are out to prove that every little bit counts this week with the “Coins Count” fundraiser, collecting coins (and bills) to help victims of hurricanes.
The Lamar County Library System has a bit of good news for bookworms who may not always be as punctual as they mean to be, as the Lamar County Library System Board of Trustees recently voted to eliminate overdue fees for patrons of the system’s four branches effective Oct. 1.
The skills and training of Hattiesburg Police Department paid off recently, as the department placed first and third in the third annual South Mississippi SWAT Competition, during which 60 members of several local law enforcement agencies put their physical and mental skills to the test.
The troubles are continuing for Arnold Line Water Association in Hattiesburg, as members of the association recently signed a petition to hold an upcoming vote to remove and elect a new board of directors for the utility after a steady stream of customer complaints and rule violations over the last year and a half.
After 16 years as a member of the Petal School District Board of Trustees and 14 years as board chairman, Bruce Magee has earned one of the highest honors possible for a school board member.
Lamar County police have arrested a Gulfport man suspected of running a scam involving sales of automobiles in Lamar and other counties.