Presbyterian Christian School’s C.J. Buckhalter and Cameron Shaw didn’t know each other a few months ago. C.J. was entering the summer before his sophomore year on the Bobcats’ football team, while Shaw was making the move from Fort Worth, Texas, to Hattiesburg.
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The newest addition to The District at Midtown – the mixed-used development off Hardy Street at the site of the former Elam Arms dormitory and parking lot – is on the way in the form of six townhomes at the corner of South 31st Avenue and Chevy Chase Drive.
Newly-crowned Miss Mississippi Mary Margaret Heyer of Hattiesburg will be honored with a Homecoming reception from 2-4 p.m. Aug. 4 at the Train Depot (308 Newman Street) in downtown Hattiesburg.
The petition in favor of allowing alcohol sales in Lamar County didn’t get quite enough signatures to allow the measure to be placed on the Aug. 6 primary election ballot, but organizers are optimistic they’ll have the required amount to make the general election in November.
As of July 1, Marcus Boyles is back as the Petal Panthers head football coach.
The Mississippi high school coaching legend announced his retirement from his athletics director and head coach positions in March, but took back the reins last week.
The following is a news release from Ryan Moore, public information officer at Hattiesburg Police Department, regarding a shooting at Captain D's in Hattiesburg.
On Friday, July 5, 2019, Hattiesburg police responded to a report of a shooting in the 1900 block of Arcadia Street, at Captain D’s, just before 1 p.m.
The Petal Panthers have found themselves in a rare position.
The Panthers’ backfield returns three players in 2019 who combined for 4,123 offensive yards, which leaves Petal coach Marcus Boyles and his assistant coaches with a lot of options on that side of the ball.
When I began deer hunting in Greene County years and years ago, there were no wild hogs, at least none that I saw. Then, a couple of years later, while easing down a swamp road on the way to my stand, a huge boar came barreling out of a marsh, stopped and stared me straight in the eye less than 10 yards away.
Tacos & Tequila is back for the fourth year in a row! The Hattiesburg Zoo invites everyone to take a trip “south of the border” – right here in the Hub City. It all begins Friday, May 10 at 6:30 p.m. with a pre-fiesta in Hattie Plaza, featuring complimentary chips and salsa and a cash bar.
The Southern Arena Theatre is gearing up for its 43rd season at The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) with two events based on Shakespearean plays: “I Hate Hamlet” and “Speak the Speech!” in June.
In the fall of 2006, the University of Southern Mississippi dedicated a four-story, $34 million dollar 237,000 square foot addition to its R.C. Cook University Union. The facility was named after U.S. Senator Thad Cochran, who was in attendance for the dedication.
Cochran died early Thursday morning at the age of 81.
Carey Dinner Theatre will open its 44th season with “Radio Gals,” a musical comedy loosely based on a true story. The show will run at 6:30 p.m. from June 13-29, except Sunday and Monday nights, in William Carey University’s Tatum Theatre.
Road trips have existed since the wheel was invented. In the Italian villa we take our travel groups to in Tuscany (a road trip, by the way), there exists a road, just outside the villa, called Via Roma.
Hattiesburg residents will see two Water System Reporting Violations on the back of their upcoming water bills, but it’s no cause for concern and the city’s water has not been affected.
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River’s softball team answered some questions Tuesday in its sweep of Coastal Alabama-South at Lady Wildcat Stadium. The Lady Wildcats had to find two different ways to victory, winning a 9-7 slug fest before clamping down and hanging on in a 3-2 pitcher’s duel.