Story by Los Alamos National Lab (Special to The PineBeltNEWS)
Jocelyn Buckley of Waste Management Programs finishes her preflight checklist and via headset communicates with Los Alamos County Airport traffic.
A popular Lamar County pub that is seeking to sell alcoholic beverages has suspended operations as of Thursday, pending receipt of permits from the Mississippi Department of Revenue’s Alcoholic Beverage Control.
It’s almost time for the Super Bowl and you know what that means – gumbo. If you’re a Pine Belt resident, then you’ve probably come to expect the famous gumbo prepared by the Gumbo Gourmets at Hattiesburg’s Episcopal Church of the Ascension.
The Hattiesburg Public School District has been awarded $2.1 million in grant funding from the Mississippi Department of Education’s Early Learning Collaborative.
The funding was announced during a news conference Jan.7 at the district’s Harper-Wallin Family Education Center on Forrest Street.
It took a little waiting, but officials from the town of Sumrall were recently notified the town is the recipient of two grants for roadway improvement from the Mississippi Department of Transportation and the Mississippi Development Authority.
Surrounded by friends and family – including daughter Jenna, wife Tenia and son Jacob – Matthew Hiatt was sworn in Thursday at Petal Civic Center as the Petal Police Department’s first new chief in almost 10 years.
The race to legalize sports betting is on now that the U.S. Supreme Court has allowed it in all 50 states, but will it provide enough extra tax revenue to make much of a difference for schools, roads or pension debt?
Some experts say don’t bet on it. Even though the market is still developing, the returns to date have been modest.
I’m Beth. I love milk – skim. I grew up drinking powdered milk, so skim is a luxury.
And decorating. If I had the opportunity to go in a different direction, then it would have been/would be interior decorating.
I hate hot weather, but love the beach. My family – we’re not mountain people.