Eighteen deficiencies were reported in the City of Hattiesburg’s fiscal year 2015 audit, which... READ MORE
Some complaints voiced by Hattiesburg residents during two recent public hearings on a new cable provider contract were resolved in the current contract that was approved by the City Council in 2011 and expired in 2014.
After 40 years as an iconic watering hole in Southern Miss history, The End Zone has found a new home in historic downtown Hattiesburg. And the difference from its previous location is like night and day, according to the owners.
The 12th Circuit Court District’s narcotics task force has been re-formed and the Hattiesburg Police Department’s role in the five-entity group was approved by the City Council during its meeting Tuesday night at City Hall.
Music, barbecue, sweet potato pie and a boxing exhibition will be highlighted during the 12th annual Historic Mobile Street Renaissance Festival on Friday and Saturday in Downtown Hattiesburg.
A discussion last Thursday over bids received by the Lamar County Board of Supervisors for at least one wheel loader turned into an examination of the bidding process and the way the specifications were written. The end result was all three bids were thrown out and rebidding will delay purchase of a wheel loader for a month.
Lifelong Hattiesburg resident Missy McGee outdistanced social worker Kathryn Rehner by a 2-1 margin during a runoff Tuesday to capture the vacant state House District 102 seat, which includes Forrest and Lamar counties.McGee collected 2,107 votes to 1,000 for Rehner in the runoff, which was required because neither candidate collected a majorit