United Way of Southeast Mississippi recently welcomed two new staff members.
A Hattiesburg man has been charged with first-degree murder for a shooting that killed one man and injured two others.
The financial deal involving Jones Companies of Columbia is expected to spill over to Hattiesburg as the Marion County firm plans to find temporary office space in the Hub City, according to an official involved in the transaction.
The Mississippi Court of Appeals has affirmed motions in a Forrest County Circuit Court case where a man sued Sheriff Billy McGee for alienation of affection when the man and his former wife divorced.
A new school year brings a new face in the principal’s office at Hattiesburg’s N.R. Burger Middle School, as Carol Jones takes over as principal.
The Hattiesburg Environmental Court, which assists Code Enforcement, Animal Control and Fire Department in clearing up any documented violations, should be discontinued, one City Councilwoman told officials during a work session Monday afternoon.
Army Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper praised the work of the soldiers and staff at Camp Shelby as he stopped by the facility during his worldwide tour of the nation’s readiness units.
Esper, who was accompanied by Maj. Gen. Janson D. Boyles – the Mississippi Adjutant General – said Camp Shelby has been “a great stop.”
Despite being one of the poorest states in America, Mississippi consistently lands at the top of most lists when it comes to charitable giving. Not far behind is Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, and Tennessee.
On the other hand, some of the wealthiest states typically give the least.