Get ready black-and-gold fans. The 24th annual Eagle Fanfare is right around the corner.
The event, which will run from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, at the Thad Cochran Center on the USM campus in Hattiesburg, is hosted by the Southern Miss Alumni Association, in conjunction with the Department of Athletics and Alumni HUBs.
They look like Hemsworths, but they sing like they learned everything from the Motown songbook. Simple, straightforward, and to the point. The Teskey Brothers will be that wonder from Down Under for all the neo-soul fans out there.
Imagine walking into a room of normal sights, sounds, and smells. Perhaps you hear a telephone ring or turn your head to avoid a glare from a nearby window. Aside from a fleeting thought of who was calling or whether the blinds should be lowered, you quickly process these things and carry on.
Potters are needed to help craft bowls for this year’s Empty Bowls 2019, which benefits the Edwards Street Fellowship Center food pantry in Hattiesburg.
Empty Bowls is a community project to raise money for local hunger prevention efforts and will be held Saturday, Nov. 2.
Fifteen distinguished alumni of Hattiesburg’s city schools will be inducted into the 2019 Hattiesburg Hall of Fame by the Hattiesburg Public School District Foundation.
Inductees for the 2019 Class, the second-ever announced, come from fields of business, politics, education, healthcare, journalism, and sports.
Members of the Lamar County Board of Supervisors recently declined to take part in a pavement management plan offered by the Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District that would, among other measures, set up a website with video to monitor every county road in the district’s jurisdiction.
Despite recent budget cuts that many Petal residents worried would end youth sports in the Friendly City, Mayor Hal Marx said city officials are working with the Petal Sports Association to ensure those activities will continue in the city.