Go on vacation. Install a jacuzzi tub. Buy that designer bag you’ve been daydreaming about for weeks. These are all fun things you could do with an extra $100 grand. But winning United Way of Southeast Mississippi’s $100K Payday was a game-changer for Hattiesburg resident Leon Roberts.
Juanita Carley, RT, was presented with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award Friday.
The Patriot Award recognizes people nominated by a Guardsman or Reservist employee for support provided directly to the nominating service member and his or her family.
Lane Patrick and Mayantionette Watson were each awarded a $500 scholarship by Friends of South Mississippi State Hospital at the hospital's January Employee Celebration.
The scholarships are made possible by an educational expense reimbursement program estab-
A decade ago, a 10-month-old girl made her way to Southern Eye Center. Due to the skillful expertise of retina fellowship-trained ophthalmologist Jaime Jiménez, M.D., he delivered harrowing news to baby Zy’Kauyah’s family – she had retinoblastoma and required immediate treatment. Jiménez connected her with an oncologist at St.
People across South Mississippi have an opportunity to honor two of Mississippi’s finest and support a cause and values in which Dr. Lynn McMahan and Mike McMahan truly believe.
The U.S. Attorney’s office held a press conference Tuesday to announce the expansion of an iniative to combat violent crime in the greater Hattiesburg area called “Project EJECT.”
Hattiesburg’s own Vasti Jackson serves as the production composer and music director for New Stage Theatre’s production of Hell in High Water playing through Sunday, Feb. 10, in Jackson. Curtain times and dates for performances are Tuesdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Sundays.
“Brilliant,” “Hilarious,” “A Bridge of Eastern & Western Wisdom.” Rabbi Rami Shapiro has been called all these things, as well as “teacher,” “author” and “Holy Rascal.”
The Hattiesburg Zoo requests the presence of all valiant knights and fair maidens across the land to the third annual Renaissance Festival. Guests will take a step back in time to embark on this medieval adventure from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb 16-17
A reception to honor Janet Rodgers Bennett will be held from 1-2:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, in the Osher Lifelong Learning Center (OLLI) Peck House. The event is free and open to the public and will run through April.
Born and raised in Hattiesburg, Bennett Iowa, Illinois and Pennsylvania before retiring back to Hattiesburg in 2012.