United Way of Southeast Mississippi recently welcomed two new staff members.
This year, the City of Hattiesburg will host its 28th occurrence of National Night Out with a kick-off event on Thursday, July 26 serving as a precursor to a “Lunch & Learn” for senior citizens and more than 30 neighborhood parties that will happen throughout the city on Tuesday, Aug. 7.
You won’t have to travel to St. Louis or Kansas City to enjoy competition-style barbeque – or to vie for a share of $10,000 in cash and prizes – thanks to the 2018 Downtown BBQ Showdown, set for Aug. 17 and 18 at Town Square Park in downtown Hattiesburg.
The Hattiesburg City Council received the audited financial statements for Fiscal Year 2016 at a special-called meeting last week at City Hall. The auditing firm that finished the FY2016 report started worked on Fiscal Year 2017’s statements, which would bring the Hub City’s financial status up to date.