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

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.

Two Lumberton aldermen said last week they fully support Police Chief Carlus Page, who said he planned to fight the town’s drug problem and set up a substation in town.

Each football season, thousands of fans come to Panther Stadium to cheer on the Petal High School football team as they attempt to make their way to another state championship game.

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.


Robin's Wharf docks in Petal

By HASKEL BURNS,

Pine Belt residents looking for a taste of Louisiana seafood won’t have to search any farther than Petal for fresh, catch-of-the day fare.

Darrin Robin, co-owner of the popular Robin’s Wharf Seafood Restaurants in New Orleans and Slidell, opened his third location March 20 at 1080 Eveleyn Gandy Parkway in the Friendly City.












It's Written All Over My Face

By WES BROOKS,

This week’s track, “Boys Don’t Cry,” comes from British New Wave and Gothic Rock pioneers, The Cure. Principle songwriter, guitarist, and singer, Robert Smith, formed the band in Sussex in 1976. They came into popularity in the wake of the punk rock movement and cemented their notoriety through the 80’s and 90’s.


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