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...
Don’t be alarmed if you happen to be out in your yard Saturday morning and see a group of Minions running down the street in front of your house.
They’re friendly and are running for a good cause.
Isabella Wilson likes math, but she’s also pretty good at art. Wilson, a third-grade student at Oak Grove’s Longleaf Elementary, is one of 15 students statewide to have a piece of her artwork currently hanging in the State Capitol in Jackson.
When Yolanda Ni, an eighth-grader at Oak Grove Middle School, recently spelled the word “apothecary” to win the 2019 Mississippi Spelling Bee in Jackson, her thoughts immediately turned to her English teacher, Ginger Weathers.
According to numbers from the Mississippi Department of Transportation, the exit ramp from Interstate 59 to the Evelyn Gandy Parkway sees approximately 5,800 vehicles per day, while the opposite ramp coming from Petal to Hattiesburg gets about 6,400 vehicles per day.
In 1994, Mississippi Gov. Kirk Fordice came to Hattiesburg to announce a $70 million tax incentive package used to successfully convince Sunbeam, a Florida-based household appliance manufacturer, to build a 750,000-square-foot facility here in Hattiesburg.
A coal-fired power plant in Purvis is one of the top groundwater contaminators in the country, according to a report published earlier this month. As a result of coal ash being dumped into landfills, groundwater near the R.D. Morrow Sr.