On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS Podcast, Lumberton head coach Zach Jones joins the show to talk everything Lumberton.
Automobile mechanics students who graduate from the Lamar County Career and Technical Education Center in Purvis already have a jump on other young mechanics looking for jobs.
They are certified.
On Thursday, Hattiesburg police charged Andrew Presley with capital murder in the homicide investigation of 63-year-old Deborah McGee.
Presley, 53, is the father of McGee's niece's child.
Jordan Stewart, 53, also was arrested and charged with hindering prosecution, as was Ebony Lambert.
Hattiesburg Police responded to a report of a shooting in the 100 block of West Fifth Street around noon Sunday.
When officers arrived and talked with a victim, she said something hit her residence. As officers searched the front side of the house, they found a hole in a front window that appeared to be from a bullet.
For the second year in a row, the Hattie Hundred Bike Ride will give Pine Belt residents a chance to tour the Longleaf Trace, get exercise and see the scenery of the area, all while raising funds for DREAM of Hattiesburg.
The Hattiesburg City Council voted Tuesday to uphold the Planning Commission’s March 17 denial of a zoning request for 49 lots in a Ward 1 subdivision, and then decided to set zoning for the area to require smaller homes for the lots.
Let me pull back the curtain of HubCitySPOKES for a second.
I was sitting in an editorial meeting earlier this month doing my usual thing when the news department starts talking about topics that are over my head. I’m checking emails, seeing what’s new on Twitter and replying to coaches’ text messages.