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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.
With a majority of sympathetic listeners, experts and advocates of decriminalizing simple marijuana possession spoke out Monday night at a town hall meeting at the Hattiesburg Train Depot. Ward 2 Councilwoman Deborah Delgado, who has been studying the issue for the past two months, called the meeting.
After growing up in the rural Tallahatchie County town of Charleston, my father graduated from high school and went to Coyne Electrical School in Chicago.
When he came back home and married my mother, he went to work for The Phone Company.
Hattiesburg police and fire full-time employees will have the opportunity to complete their undergraduate education at the University of Southern Mississippi with a pilot program beginning with police officers in the upcoming semester.
The Southern Miss Student Government Association and the City of Hattiesburg have partnered to return the 2018 Eaglepalooza concert event to Downtown Hattiesburg on Sept. 15.
The 15-year-old Eaglepalooza is returning to the city for the first time since 2015. The music lineup will be announced at a later date.
The Southern Miss Alumni Association, in conjunction with the Department of Athletics and the South Central Mississippi Alumni Chapter, will host the 23rd Annual Eagle Fanfare sponsored by First Bank. All Southern Miss fans are invited to visit with Southern Miss coaches, athletes, cheerleaders and Seymour from 2 - 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug.