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A candidate for the post of Forrest County Sheriff who suspended his campaign about two weeks ago has reversed his decision and announced he will continue to actively campaign at least until the...

Now that she is within striking distance of wrapping up a 500-day songwriting project in which she literally wrote and recorded a song a day for 70+ weeks,  Memphis native and Season 4 alum of...

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Members of the Hattiesburg City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to fund the creation of six new part-time firefighter positions in hopes of alleviating mounting overtime expenses in the Hattiesburg...


DuPree requesting zoning change

By HASKEL BURNS,

Former Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree is requesting a zoning change for his Main Street home in advance of an upcoming public hearing on the matter.

DuPree, who said the property has been zoned for business for quite some time, is requesting to rezone from the current B-2 (neighborhood business) to R-1A (residential). 










Create Every Day: 'The Voice' Alum Performs Friday at The Shop Downtown

By DAVID GUSTAFSON,

Now that she is within striking distance of wrapping up a 500-day songwriting project in which she literally wrote and recorded a song a day for 70+ weeks,  Memphis native and Season 4 alum of NBC’s The Voice Grace Askew is hitting the road and will bring her raspy and soul-soaked pipes back to Hattiesburg Friday evening for a special performa





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