Well, it’s another week of no sports.
Honestly, I’m tired of just dwelling on that, and... READ MORE
Medical professionals in the Pine Belt who are treating patients with COVID-19 gained access to 250 respirator masks and counting over the weekend, thanks to a University of Southern Mississippi mathematics professor.
On the week's episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, former Southern Miss baseball player and PCS baseball coach Jarrett Hoffpauir joins the show. Jarrett reminisces on his entire baseball career from high school, Southern Miss and MLB days.
According to numbers from American College Testing, in 2018 the average composite score on the ACT was 20.8, with more than 1.91 million students throughout the United States taking part in the test that year.
The Thing came like a hallucinogenic nightmare, the kind that pulsates through fogs of fever and uncontrollable chills.
Our great leader said we had it totally under control.
We shut it down, and everything was perfect. Just stay calm. So, we did. Ignorance was bliss, and just plain ignorant.
The Pine Belt has had its fair share of baseball greats whether it be on the high school level or the college level.
Southern Miss history has had its fair share of memorable players and season one of which is Jarrett Hoffpauir who owns the single-season records for hits and RBIs.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic that has gripped our nation, I have been searching for the right words that might provide comfort to those in need of the same.
Easier said than done.
A local artist is seeking permission to change the zoning classification of a downtown Hattiesburg property that would allow the facility to be used as work/live space for him and his business.
The federal government recently approved a $2 trillion economic relief package to respond to the coronavirus crisis, and, despite the sticker shock, it seems to be a mostly good and necessary piece of legislation.
Over the weekend, the City of Hattiesburg’s administrative team learned that an employee in Public Works tested positive for COVID-19. The individual is currently hospitalized and has not been at work since Monday, March 23.
Several years ago, country music legend and noted Mississippian Marty Stuart and I were on the dais of a radio show.
While we were each waiting our turn to go on the air, we struck up a conversation about one of my favorite subjects, and most certainly one of his, our home state, Mississippi.
POPLARVILLE — Tim Hatten hasn’t been on the Dobie Holden Stadium sideline in years, but all it took was a couple strides onto Pearl River’s hallowed ground for the moments that made him a revolutionary force in junior college football to come rushing back.
Renovations to Cook Library at the University of Southern Mississippi have been halted after an employee of the subcontractor assigned to the project tested positive for COVID-19.
The employee was last on campus 10 days ago, said Jim Coll, chief communication officer for the university.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves signed a pair of executive orders responding to the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday afternoon.