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There are now six presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi, including three cases in Forrest County, according to state health officials.
The first Forrest County case was identified Wednesday night, and the two additional cases in the county were announced Friday.
Pastor Michael Minor of Hattiesburg has been minister of music at West Point Baptist Church on Hartfield Road in Hattiesburg for 21 years. Originally from Starkville, Minor moved to the Hub City from Jackson, where he studied music education with an emphasis in piano at Jackson State University.
The PineBeltSPORTS baseball magazine has finally arrived!
Yes, with the high school season on hold, it is somewhat bittersweet and although this may be a biased opinion, the magazine came out great. But even with the season on pause, this magazine is something that is worth your time.
Local emergency management officials gave Forrest County supervisors a grim update on the county stockpile of personal protective equipment during a special-called supervisors meeting on March 19.
The Library of Hattiesburg, Petal and Forrest County is now offering curbside pickup for certain books.
During life, we accumulate a lot of stuff, which is why self-help books like Marie Kondo’s “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” are so enormously popular. Once our nooks and crannies are full, we search for an easy solution to cut the clutter.
The Downtown Hattiesburg Association, along with 1,200 of its friends and visitors, celebrated the craft beer industry on Saturday at the seventh annual Hattiesburg Craft Beer Festival in Town Square Park.
Presented in partnership with Corner Market, the 2019 festival saw a growth in attendance, offerings, and excitement.
Kevin Fredericks is an entertainer.
He is an actor, comedian, director, filmmaker, content creator and influencer.
He does it all.
And he’s bringing it all to the Saenger Theater stage when he performs at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19.
According to FootballScoop .com, Southern Miss head coach Jay Hopson has found an offensive coordinator. Buster Faulkner, who has spent the last three years at Arkansas State, will take on the role in Hattiesburg.