Just in time for Father’s Day, the Downtown Association announces Hattiesburg Craft Beer Festival set for from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, June 15, in Town Square Park.
I was watching the Clemson and Notre Dame football game on TV last week when I saw something that I was not expecting.
With Clemson dominating the game and Notre Dame having to punt on nearly every single drive, the cameras focused on Notre Dame punter Tyler Newsome.
The recent post-Christmas floods in the Pine Belt are a reminder of the powerful force of water. Water is necessary for all life on this planet, but it has great destructive power.
Senators and Representatives of both parties often – and necessarily – refer to the U. S. Constitution, and the Constitution is the basis of Supreme Court decisions.
It is the bedrock of our democratic republic. A key phrase in the Preamble to the Constitution is “provide for the common defense.”
Tyler Wood, the former Forrest County election commissioner who was arrested in Greene County after going missing with his 16-year-old girlfriend for almost two weeks, has been released from the Greene County Jail on a $2,500 bond.
Three years after staring into the financial abyss, the Hattiesburg Public School District may soon see more fruit from its labors to improve the health of its budget.
Seven months after Petal Mayor Hal Marx announced his intention to run for governor of Mississippi, the third-term Republican mayor has decided to withdraw his name from the race.