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Petal Mayor Hal Marx has followed through on his plan to veto the recently-passed Fiscal Year 2020 budget – as well as the recent increase to monthly water rates – setting up a meeting at 6 p.m.
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Hub City not Immune To Protests

By NIKKI SMITH,

The tragedy that struck Charlottesville, Virginia, last week has left much uncertainty and disarray in its wake. The aftermath of the white nationalist rally resulted in one death and approximately 34 injuries.

The fallout has not been solely physical. Protests have broken out across the country, and Hattiesburg is no exception.





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