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The residents of Hattiesburg have pulled together for their neighbors time and again in the face of disaster, whether that be Hurricane Katrina in 2005 or the several tornadoes that have passed through the area in recent years.
The Hattiesburg Concert Association, which presents FestivalSouth, announced Wednesday that the festival has been canceled and that all events have been moved to 2021.
However, online voting in the Best of the Pine Belt awards, which are sponsored by Signature Magazine, will continue.
Myra Joy Bounds
86, of Purvis
Myra Joy Bounds, 86, of Purvis; born in Purvis to Eldon and Mellie Morrow; died April 2, 2020, at Asbury Hospice House in Hattiesburg; retired nurse from Wesley Medical Center; mother of Ladell Bounds of Purvis, Lawson Dale of Poplarville and Lynita Freeman of Purvis; burial in Corinth Cemetery.
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.
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.
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.
The word uncertainty has been a perfect term to describe COVID-19 and the sports world.
One of the biggest uncertainties is the future college recruiting and eligibility as it essentially came to a standstill for the NAIA, NJCAA and NCAA.
KANSAS CITY – No. 14 William Carey University advances to the quarterfinals for the first time in program history with a 62-60 over Mid-America Christian University Friday night at Municipal Auditorium.
One of the most dreaded phrases of summer vacation…
But worry not, parents! There are several summer activities in our area that will squash those unbearable words, and provide fun, educational experiences for the whole family!