Hattiesburg’s Jewish synagogue, B’Nai Israel Synagogue, is one of four Mississippi locations to be named to the National Register of Historic Places.
Petal resident Keith Ball was recently elected as chairman of the Forrest County Republican Party Executive Committee. According to Ball, the committee serves to help conduct party primary elections, promote party values and support local republican nominees.
With the kick-off of competition season just days away, Petal High School show choir members are warming up their vocal chords in preparation for a slam-packed 2018 season.
Show choir is basically competitive chorale singing on steroids, though that description only scratches the surface.
A local church is set to host an inspiring religious conference for women all across the Pine Belt region. Carterville Baptist Church in Petal will host the upcoming Fresh Grounded Faith women’s event Jan. 26-27.
On Sunday, The City of Hattiesburg received a special designation from the American Hemerocallis Society (AHS), the national daylily organization.
A Daylily City designation was made to Hattiesburg by the AHS. This is the first such award in the nation made by AHS.
The ribbon cutting for a unique addition to the Hattiesburg area designed for active seniors was be held Thursday at The Colony at Turtle Creek Crossing. An open house followed.
The Lamar County Board of Supervisors expect to approve a revised ordinance for addressing and road signage at its next meeting Feb. 5.
The Board considered the ordinance at the meeting last Thursday, Jan. 18, but some people raised questions about the final draft.