It’s almost time for the Super Bowl and you know what that means – gumbo.
Hattiesburg City Council members were presented for the first time Monday evening with the city’s audit for Fiscal Year 2017, the approval of which would allow officials to reapply for the city’s bond rating with credit rating firm Moody’s.
When the board of directors of the Historic Hattiesburg Downtown Association met to establish their objectives for 2018 and 2019, members decided on two distinct goals: a more visible location for the association and a place where visitors could get all their information for downtown Hattiesburg in one spot.
In their quest to be not just “Mississippi great,” but competitive nationally, officials from the Petal School District used a recent visit to schools in Goochland, Virginia, to share practices and policies, as well as to get helpful ideas to bring back to their home district.
The upcoming runoff election on Nov. 27 will determine three local judicial positions – one in chancery court, one in county/youth court and another in justice court – along with one of two Mississippi’s spots for United States Senator. The runoff election was necessitated after none of the candidates in the Nov.
Late last month, the Lamar County Board of Supervisors discussed appointing an eight-person “vision team” to map out the sports complex proposed for U.S.
After a thief (or thieves) stole several thousands of dollars worth of copper wiring from Lewis Lights last holiday season, the Lewis family was unsure whether they’d ever bring their well-known Christmas display back to Purvis.
A settlement has been reached between the Hattiesburg Tourism Commission and State Auditor Shad White’s office in the matter of White’s demand regarding more than $422,000 in misappropriated funds on the part of commission members.
Last week’s meeting of the Lamar County Board of Supervisors provided more boosts to fire protection in the county, with supervisors voting to create four new firefighter positions and to approve the submission of a grant that would allow a new Fire and Life Safety Educator position.