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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.

Walk for mental health awareness set for Oct. 26

By HASKEL BURNS,

After a successful first year in Hattiesburg – in which the Pine Belt chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness raised more than $12,000 with the help of 130 participants – the organization is bringing back NAMI Walks, a 5K and 2K walk designed to raise awareness  mental illness and raise funds to help individuals and families.





Carey Opera & Musical Theatre stage: “The Light in the Piazza”

By STAFF REPORTS,

In her 25 years at William Carey University, Dr. Connie Roberts has directed and/or conducted nearly 20 chamber operas and musicals – but “The Light in the Piazza” will mark her debut appearance as a member of the cast.

“The Light in the Piazza” will be presented Oct. 18-19 at WCU’s Thomas Fine Arts Center.









Hattiesburg has five “B” rated schools for first time ever

By BETH BUNCH,

The Hattiesburg Public School District is excited to have five of the district schools receive a “B” rating in this year’s Mississippi Statewide Accountability System. Grace Christian, Hawkins Elementary, Thames Elementary, Woodley Elementary and Burger Middle School were all named High Performing Schools.



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