Hattiesburg City Council members are expected to vote at their Dec.
For the past several months, visitors to the City of Hattiesburg’s website – www.hattiesburgms.com- have been greeted with a temporary interface while officials work to create an easier, more user-friendly experience for Internet users.
The Coleman Center for Families and Children in Petal is about to offer a new variety of playtime – one that doesn’t involve toys or balls, but still stimulates children’s minds and bodies while fighting childhood obesity.
Petal residents won’t find a shortage of things to do over the next few months, as officials in the Friendly City have a wide variety of events prepared to entertain throughout fall and into winter.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, but there’s still a little time left to get your holiday meal fixings, courtesy of free Thanksgiving Boxes from the Petal Children’s Task Force.
Despite the pleas of at least one member of the Katie-John-Dabbs Neighborhood Association, the zoning in that area will remain the same for now, with no other businesses or establishments to be allowed other than those that are already on the designated zoning list.
Between the purchase of a new truck and several grants submitted for a second truck and various other equipment, officials from fire departments around Lamar County are hopeful to soon have several new tools to combat fires around the county.
Lifeguard Ambulance Service has become the first ground-based emergency medical service in south Mississippi to offer TXA, a drug designed to prevent excessive blood loss from trauma or other causes of bleeding.
Two roads in Lamar County now have set speed limits, as the Lamar County Board of Supervisors recently voted to institute a 25-mile-per-hour limit on Raymond Rawls Road in District 4 and Graham Road in District 5.