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My father worked a lot when I was a kid. We didn’t play catch in the backyard. We didn’t go to the movies together. He rarely - if ever - helped me with my homework.
Instead, he worked multiple jobs to make sure we always had the things we needed.
Hammond singer-songwriter Jesse Brooks will perform Friday at Nick's Ice House as he continues to establish a name in the region.
With the summer break for students half over, school officials want to remind parents with children starting seventh grade in the fall that their children must have the Tdap vaccine to enroll in school. Doctors are urging parents to get the shot sooner rather than later.
Four Hub City-area contestants began preliminary competition on Wednesday night in their bid to become the next Miss Mississippi. Forty-five young ladies from across the state arrived in Vicksburg on Sunday for a week full or rehearsals, interviews and public appearances prior to the preliminary competition.
Oak Grove three-sport athlete Tyson Keys prefers smooth peanut butter over crunchy. He loves Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, too. The senior eats a lot of peanut butter, but that’s not only because it’s his favorite snack.
A Petal cemetery is in danger of being seized by the state and sold to the highest bidder if the owner doesn’t make arrangements to pay at least $22,477 – and possibly up to $32,000 – that Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann says is owed to the cemetery’s perpetual care fund.
Nicole Jackson, the former Earl Travillion Attendance Center teacher who was charged with sexual battery after an alleged relationship with a student, will remain incarcerated while a judge takes her case under advisement.
A grant made possible through the Asbury Foundation Distinguished Professor in Nursing fund is helping University of Southern Mississippi nursing faculty and students provide healthcare to an under-served area of Hattiesburg.
With less than three minutes to go in Saturday night’s football game between Laurel and Hattiesburg, a disturbance of some kind sent players and fans scrambling off the field and out of the stands for some 20 minutes before play resumed.
On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast Lumberton coach Zach Jones and Petal wide receiver Trent Williams join the show for separate interview.
The public record of the past week’s felony arrests from the Forrest County Sheriff’s office includes the following reports. Information is provided by the sheriff’s office and Hattiesburg and Petal police departments. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law: