Alicia D. Brown of Petal, a 2016 Presbyterian Christian graduate, is the state’s only awardee to be named a Truman Scholar.
News that State Auditor Stacey Pickering has formally demanded the repayment of $93 million from a bankrupt solar panel manufacturer is worth exploring.
Pine Belt residents looking for a taste of Louisiana seafood won’t have to search any farther than Petal for fresh, catch-of-the day fare.
Darrin Robin, co-owner of the popular Robin’s Wharf Seafood Restaurants in New Orleans and Slidell, opened his third location March 20 at 1080 Eveleyn Gandy Parkway in the Friendly City.
Toni Marino, a student at Petal, touched a number of lives during her short time on earth. Marino died at the age of 12 on Dec. 26, 2017, from complications associated with acute myeloid leukemia. She was first diagnosed at the age of 8 and was diagnosed three more times.
Since 1904, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America has made a difference in the lives of adversity-facing children throughout the country by providing them with mentors who help kids reach their full potential and build their futures.
Construction on the new $23 million Regions Bank facility will begin while Lamar County is making improvements and repairs on Hegwood and Lincoln roads, Oak Grove residents in the area were told during a community meeting Monday night.