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A longtime local police officer has been hired to lead the Hattiesburg Public School District's school resource department.
The University of Southern Mississippi Police Department is directing faculty, staff and students to disregard a flyer circulating throughout the Hattiesburg campus containing false information ab
At the intersection of Main and Front Streets is where you’ll want to be come New Year’s Eve.
Hattiesburg is on the receiving end of $1.15 million in grant money from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas that will fund 116 rental units in the city, part of $16.3 million in Affordable Housi




Preen feathers for annual ‘Hobble Then Gobble’ race

By STAFF REPORTS,

The Arc of Southeast Mississippi, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization supporting individuals and families faced with the challenge of a disability, will host the 14th annual Hobble Then Gobble Thanksgiving Day Race on Thursday, Nov. 28, beginning and ending at the Lake Serene Clubhouse. Early registration is open through November 7.











Board allows data transfer for new damage assessment app

By BETH BUNCH,

Members of Mississippi’s Emergency Management Association met with members of the Forrest County Board of Supervisors Monday morning to introduce them to Crisis Track, a new damage assessment app that will help expedite assessing any property damage that might occur to residences in the county following bad weather.


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