On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, Lumberton head coach Zach Jones joins the show to talk everything Lumberton.
After recent town hall meetings to provide updates on Lamar County’s Comprehensive Plan, county officials are still trying to convince residents that a piece of property near the Canebrake subdivision is not being zoned for a Walmart.
Long before graduating from Oak Grove High School last month, Paul Anderson had decided that he wanted to go into the military. His father, Chuck Anderson, is a U.S. Army major at Camp Shelby.
He also wanted to go to one of the nation’s five service academies, but he wasn’t sure which one.
The Lamar County School District will hold a public hearing on its proposed budget for fiscal year 2018-19 on June 21, proposing an increased revenue from ad valorem taxes of almost $1.5 million.
When Dave Allen, James “Lil Jimmy” Mordica, Orin Sampson and Tate Thriffiley aren’t working at their day jobs as biologists, ecologists and timber management specialists for the U.S. Forest Service, they are getting the message out about protecting forests.
The family of Terry and Gage West, the father and son that were killed in a 2017 wastewater lift station accident, has filed wrongful death complaints against the city of Petal.
Hattiesburg police have arrested two juveniles connected with multiple residential burglaries near Kamper Park.
In all of Mississippi, there is only one healthcare organization that Planetree International has awarded with the Gold Certification for Exellence in Person-Centered Care.