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Seraphina, the sulcata tortoise from the Hattiesburg Zoo, visited Moore’s Bike Shop for the ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday afternoon of the store’s new mural of animals that live across the street. Store owner James Moore looked down.

Missy Headrick of Sumrall is not immune to the wrecks in front of her house in a curved stretch of U.S. Hwy. 589 inside the city limits.

The Petal Board of Aldermen will hold a preliminary property hearing May 1 to determine a course of action for tornado-damaged property on Mercer Drive.

The vehicle involved in a Monday morning accident with a Lamar County school bus is loaded onto a rollback following the accident.

Two people were carried to a local hospital following a Monday morning accident involving a Lamar County School District bus and a car inside the city limits of Sumrall. The accident occurred south of town on Hwy. 589.

On Wednesday, Hattiesburg police arrested Ebony Lambert for hindering prosecution in the ongoing homicide investigation of 63-year-old Deborah McGee.

The vehicle involved in a Monday morning accident with a Lamar County school bus is loaded onto a rollback following the accident.

Three Mile Ridge subdivision nears completion in Petal

By HASKEL BURNS,

With the recent approval by the Petal Board of Aldermen of the final plat for the Three Mile Ridge subdivision, work on one of Petal’s newest neighborhoods is nearing completion.

The subdivision – which is located at the corner of Corinth and Trussel roads – will offer nine new houses, with three homes already framed in.














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