Hattiesburg residents of all walks of life gathered downtown on Saturday at the Southern Prohibition Taproom to celebrate the “Go Cup” ordinance going into effect.
At the end of one’s high school career, he or she will receive a diploma as proof of the academic effort and hard work needed to graduate.
Many high school students purchase other tokens to commemorate their time spent at their respective schools and extracurricular activities that added to the experience.
Cooling off in the summer with a cold drink is a must. Neil Langford, a kindergartener at Petal Primary School, capitalized on that last week with a Koolaid stand he set up in the parking lot of his parents’ business in Petal.
Petal High School students are making it possible for faculty, staff and students to get their caffeine fix at the start of the day.
A few Petal residents living along South George Street turned out to a regular meeting of the city Board of Aldermen on Tuesday with concerns about a fence built by the city, which blocks their view of Hinton Park.
According to Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) ACT results, the 2017 graduating class made gains in overall score on the spring test administration, where juniors showed a decline.
After Petal was hit by a tornado in January, numerous school districts reached out to Petal School District to offer assistance.
The schools received school supplies, cleaning supplies and gift cards that were distributed to the affected families.
Now they are looking to pay it forward.
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann visited the Forrest County Circuit Clerk’s office last week in correlation to Voter Registration Month to unveil a new online feature that will allow Mississippi residents to access their voting information with a click of a mouse.
Super stars, special people, cream of the crop, family, new Panthers. These were all the ways Petal School District’s newest employees were described Tuesday by Superintendent Matt Dillon and principals at their respective schools.