Forrest General Hospital will celebrate American Heart Month by hosting a fun walk at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 8. The walk will be held at The District at Midtown to show busy professionals how quick and easy it can be to fit it a 10-minute walk into the work day.
Tate Thriffiley of Hattiesburg will be honored on Feb. 11 in Washington, D.C., as a 2019 Champion of the Year by The Partnership for the 21st Century Conservation Service Corps. Thriffiley, along with other honorees will be recognized during the annual Partnership for the 21CSC.
The Glenn Miller Orchestra is the most popular and sought-after big band in the world today for both concert and swing dance engagements.
The Petal Board of Aldermen has agreed to work with a local gym to provide a trainer and location for the Petal Senior Exercise Class after funding for that purpose recently was cut off.
Five candidates have officially qualified for the March 12 special election to fill the seat in Mississippi House District 101 that was vacated in November when former representative Brad Touchstone was elected as the new Lamar County Court Judge.
After a few weeks of meetings and brainstorming, the Lamar County Sports Complex Visionary Board has finalized a Mission, Goal and Objectives statement for a proposed centralized sports complex in the county.
Jennifer Ingram Johnson of Hattiesburg will serve as the next president of the Mississippi Bar Association. Johnson was elected on Wednesday after a process which ran from Jan. 7-29, and will serve as the president-elect designee until she is sworn in during the summer of 2020.