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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. 

Like many other businesses displaced by the January 2017 tornado that hit east Hattiesburg and Petal, Hub City Transit found itself without a home after the EF3 storm destroyed its location on South Tipton Street.

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.

As of Monday, the nominations process for this year’s Best of the Pine Belt Awards went live. Once again, several key categories will be selected to be featured at the Best of the Pine Belt Awards Show at the Saenger Theater.

Sometimes getting a fresh pair of eyes on something can prove to be the difference.



Order Super Bowl Gumbo

By STAFF REPORTS,

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.


Early Learning Collaborative: 1,200 HPSD students to benefit from $2.1M grant

By STAFF REPORTS,

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. 











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