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The Hattiesburg Zoo is giving kids – and even adults – an opportunity to return their ripped or damaged stuffed animals to good-as-new status with the upcoming Doc McHannon Stuff & Stitch event next week.
Ross Stores and The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club have partnered through a four-week program called "Help Local Kids Learn." Through the end of February, customers can make a monetary contribution at the Hattiesburg Dress for location during checkout.
Motorists traveling on U.S. 49 near the Forrest County Jail will soon see new signage leading the way to that facility, with updated wording replacing the current verbiage.
My name is Joshua Wilson, and I’m an addict. They say the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem … so, there you go.
I’m actually a “multi-thing” addict, if that makes sense. I’m addicted to several things, and none of them are very good for me, if we’re being honest.
Officials from the Petal School District and Petal Police Department are conducting an investigation into alleged inappropriate communications between a now-former Petal High School employee and a student.
Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker is proposing the idea of creating a new official district that would stretch east and west of the Bouie and Leaf rivers aimed at promoting infrastructure, recreation and economic vitality in that area of Hattiesburg, Petal and Forrest County.
This Holiday Season, with the support of Jones Companies, the Hattiesburg Zoo is unveiling Lights of the Wild, a family holiday experience. This unique, exotic lantern festival showcases the diversity of wildlife found around the world, while helping us celebrate the season and usher in the New Year.
For the seventh-straight year, VA purchase loans increased year-over year, with volume for fiscal year 2018 up 59 percent compared to five years ago, according to the annual VA loan statistics map released by Veterans United Home Loans, the nation’s largest VA lender.
Lane Patrick and Mayantionette Watson were each awarded a $500 scholarship by Friends of South Mississippi State Hospital at the hospital's January Employee Celebration.
The scholarships are made possible by an educational expense reimbursement program estab-