The Hub City’s Thomas Blanton can add a new accomplishment to his list of titles - Hattiesburg businessman/oilman, Mississippi Power foe, former Southern District Mississippi Public Commissioner candidate and now executive producer for a Grammy...
The question of where to use the $500,000 secured by Lamar County as part of the BP Settlement Bill seems to have been answered, as the Lamar County Board of Supervisors are expected to approve a Memorandum of Understanding that would send the money to Sumrall for tennis courts, rather than the proposed sports complex on U.S. 98.
With only two options for waste tire disposal in south Mississippi – one facility in Forrest County and another in Jackson – Lamar County officials are working toward a site of their own at 481 Yawn School Road in Lumberton.
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Professional singer and Hattiesburg native Melinda Pope DeRocker has released a “unique and creative” holiday album, “Christmas Time is Here,” and will appear in Hattiesburg in early December for CD receptions and signings.
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.
Edith James, formerly of Petal, was born 11 days after the end of World War I. On Nov. 28 she will celebrate her 100th birthday.
But the celebrations have already begun for the Brookdale Senior Living resident.
James has had a full life and continues to thrive.
A 22-year-old Hattiesburg man was arrested Saturday and charged with second degree murder in connection with a late-night drug deal gone bad.
It’s the city’s 12th homicide of 2018, making it the second-deadliest year on record in the Hub City with six full weeks remaining.
A second man has been arrested in connection with the Nov. 2 shooting death of 35-year-old Jackqueline Davis of Rawls Springs. Investigators with the Forrest County Sheriff’s Office arrested Lee Thompson, 31, last Thursday. After making his initial court appearance on Friday, he was ordered held without bond.