Just in time for Father’s Day, the Downtown Association announces Hattiesburg Craft Beer Festival set for from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, June 15, in Town Square Park.
The 2020 campaign for president is getting started and a record number of candidates have qualified, but predictability none are from Mississippi.
Forty years ago the presidential election had something remarkable and yet forgettable – a presidential candidate from Mississippi.
Maybe I have an Etsy page. Maybe I don't. That's between me, Arthur if he exists, and my two followers whose names are Jansy Whipsicle and Pork Bulgogi Martinez.
Etsy is a website (and accompanying app) that has created a name for itself as “the place to go” for out of the way sorts of gifts.
There are very few TV shows I watch faithfully. (And yes, that includes HBO's Game of Thrones.)
Mostly, I'm a channel-surfer. When I come across a program that interests me, I'll stop surfing, put down the remote, and watch. One program that always grabs my attention is TLC's My Six-Hundred Pound Life.
As I look at important calendar dates throughout the year— Christmas, Easter, my anniversary, my wife’s birthday, my kid’s birthdays, and home football games— there is one date that I take just as seriously as those, but it never falls on a set day of the week during a specific month.
When new leadership was brought on board at Hattiesburg Municipal Court in August 2017 – including Wes Curry as judge and Phillip McSwain as court clerk – it was with the intent that the court would not exist as simply a revenue generator for the city.
Officials from Sumrall are in the process of setting up a fund for the $2 million earmarked for recreational facilities in the city – in particular, the sports complex on Mississippi 42 – as a result of Senate Bill 3065.
A very small number of students – only about 10 or so – are accepted into any given Research Experience for Undergraduates program, a course offered by the National Science Foundation to support active research participation by undergraduate students.
William Carey University has begun site work for a new Student Center at its Hattiesburg campus. The three-story building will stand next to Thomas Fine Arts Center at the former location of the old Tatum Court.