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The Hattiesburg City Council approved two new street lights to be placed on Fourth Street locations to better protect areas outside of late-night businesses.
Changes in the administration of a federal housing program – coupled with a September monitoring visit that showed nine findings – will bring a thorough survey and site review from the Office of the Inspector General at the request of Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker.
To celebrate the life of veteran Hattiesburg Director of Parks & Recreation Director Dr. Clemon Terrell, a $25,000 memorial scholarship has been established that will provide two $500 scholarships annually forever.
Punk, soul, funk and hip-hop together in one show made for a special night that celebrated the talent and diversity of Hattiesburg’s local music scene.
The show took place at Jazmo’s on East Front Street Feb. 9, and featured:
Hattiesburg’s Jewish synagogue, B’Nai Israel Synagogue, is one of four Mississippi locations to be named to the National Register of Historic Places.
Brian Rifken, congregation president said they received word on Monday of the designation.