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Midnight on Front Street – Call for artists

By STAFF REPORTS,

In 1912, The Henry L Doherty Company, a leader in Hattiesburg industry at the time, promised that if the Commercial Club of Hattiesburg would select a slogan and design a sign for its display that it would manufacture, erect and maintain – without any cost to the city – a sign 42-feet in diameter with 1,142 lights, rising 50-feet above the Ross







Auld Lang Syne: Celebrate the start of 2020 in downtown Hattiesburg

By BETH BUNCH,

At the intersection of Main and Front Streets is where you’ll want to be come New Year’s Eve.

The City of Hattiesburg, Downtown Hattiesburg and visitHattiesburg have joined together with merchants in the downtown area and throughout the city to throw one heck of a New Year’s Eve celebration from 9:30 p.m. until 12:30 p.m. Dec. 31.


School of Rock: Sacred Heart’s CenterStage performance Nov. 14-16

By BETH BUNCH,

Sacred Heart Catholic School’s CenterStage students taking part in this weekend’s School of Rock have had quite the learning experience. In addition to memorizing their lines, the songs that go along with them and finding their place on stage, they’ve also had to learn to play an instrument.





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