On this week’s episode of The PineBeltSPORTS, it’s high school baseball playoff time. Camal and Andrew dive into conversations about each playoff series involving Petal, Purvis, Sumrall, Sacred Heart and Lumberton.
The Hattiesburg City Council approved entering into an agreement with the University of Southern Mississippi to provide a transit route near the campus for students, faculty and staff beginning July 1.
Jackson attorney Chad Mask, who is representing the Citizens of Bellevue group supporting incorporation of the city, said Tuesday night he wants dismissal of the case without prejudice, where no restrictions are placed on another attempt at incorporation.
OXFORD – University of Mississippi junior Rachel McKellar, of Purvis, spent two weeks studying abroad in Cuba to perfect a contemporary dance she performed earlier this year at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts as part of Mississippi: The Dance Company.
A developer who had been having trouble trying to build three houses in a Lamar County subdivision was approved by the Lamar County Board of Supervisors Monday morning, despite objections by the supervisor whose district includes the subdivision.
Tonya Kay Atkinson didn’t realize that school districts still give the Parent of the Year Award. So, imagine her surprise when she found out she was named the Lamar County School District’s Parent of the Year.
The tune I’m humming along to for this week’s outing is from a band I’ve referenced once before—Athens, Georgia’s R.E.M. If you’re referencing vinyl recordings, “I Believe” is the second song on side two of R.E.M.’s 1986 album Life’s Rich Pageant.