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Because of a Mississippi Association of Independent School rule, the Presbyterian Christian School football team has been disqualified from this year’s playoffs after suffering several injuries to
Having raised almost $600,000 in the fight against cancer, Kent Oliver was recognized as this year’s Humanitarian of the Year by the Junior Auxiliary of Hattiesburg.
It’s been a little more than a year and a half since Jackson-based Intervest Corporation acquired the former Hattiesburg High School building on Main Street, with the intention to turn the facilit
Stewart Development, LLC of Hattiesburg was awarded a contract to improve lighting at campuses throughout the Forrest County School District during its board of directors meeting Oct. 10.
Several renovation measures at Hattiesburg City Hall and F.B.






#EatHburg: Culinary Crawl to take to the streets of downtown Hattiesburg

By STAFF REPORTS,

VisitHattiesburg is pleased to announce the city’s second annual Restaurant Week scheduled for Oct. 6 – 13. Last year’s inaugural event attracted foodies from throughout the region, and VisitHattiesburg expects this year’s event to grow with the addition of new partners and offerings.


Budget cuts force Petal Library to close Wednesdays, not renew magazines or newspapers

By HASKEL BURNS,

As a result of budget cuts in Petal’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget – which went into effect Oct. 1 – several changes will be made at the Petal branch of the Library of Hattiesburg, Petal & Forrest County, including closing on Wednesdays and not renewing newspaper or magazine subscriptions.







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