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Virtual Reality: Benedict Day School students get up close and personal with school work

By BETH BUNCH,

As young Benedict Day School students stand surrounded by towering trees, they feel and hear the sounds of the forest all around them. Cool moss grows beneath their feet and chirping birds fly overhead in a vivid blue sky. An old jeep sits off to the left of the encampment they’ve discovered.






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#EatHburg: Culinary Crawl to take to the streets of downtown Hattiesburg

By STAFF REPORTS,

VisitHattiesburg is pleased to announce the city’s second annual Restaurant Week scheduled for Oct. 6 – 13. Last year’s inaugural event attracted foodies from throughout the region, and VisitHattiesburg expects this year’s event to grow with the addition of new partners and offerings.



Marx vetoes budget, water increase; meeting to be held Sept. 23

By HASKEL BURNS,

Petal Mayor Hal Marx has followed through on his plan to veto the recently-passed Fiscal Year 2020 budget – as well as the recent increase to monthly water rates – setting up a meeting at 6 p.m. Sept. 23 at Petal City Hall during which the Petal Board of Aldermen will decide whether to override the vetoes.




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