The Mississippi House voted Tuesday to put a second medical marijuana proposal on the statewide ballot this year. But people who petitioned to get the first one there say the second is designed to split the vote and kill both proposals.
With 54 square miles of real estate comprising the City of Hattiesburg, officials – and residents – can understandably have a hard time keeping up with the amount of litter that finds its way onto the city’s roadways.
The erstwhile Flaming Lips have earned the right to do anything they want. Never one to crash a party they were not invited to first, Deap Vally and Flaming Lips join forces for a noisy yet acoustic record of modern Pop.
The fifth annual Si Robertson Sporting Clay Competition, which benefits Homes of Hope for Children in Purvis, will be held at the Pine Belt Gun Club in Lumberton on Friday, March 27.
There is still time to register teams, according to event organizers.
The Hattiesburg Saenger Theater and the City of Hattiesburg is proud to announce the second annual HattiesBARK Pet Parade and Block PAWty.
This event will kick off Saturday, March 21 in downtown Hattiesburg. Gates open at noon with a pet trick competition at 1 p.m., pet costume contest at 1:30 p.m. and pet parade at 2 p.m.
A week ago this morning, I was in New Orleans on a quick getaway with my wife. While reading the newspaper at my usual breakfast spot that morning, I noticed a story that mentioned that the legendary New Orleans restaurant, the Bon Ton Cafe, would be closing at the end of the week. Friday would be their last day.