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With just more than one month left to cast your votes in Signature Magazine and FestivalSouth’s 2018 Best of the Pine Belt voting and a little more than two months until the BOPB Awards show, Signature Magazine, along with Hub City Music and Slowboat Brewery, want to get you warmed up.
Mississippians build things, according to James Williams, director of the State Workforce Investment Board. His board, which works in the Office of the Governor, is providing funds to train state students how to make machines work.
Nothing heralds the start of spring in the Hub City quite like the arrival of the Downtown Hattiesburg Farmers Market in Town Square Park.
Right on cue, the market is back in town for its 15th year, and if the March 22 opening day crowds were any indication, the event is as popular as ever.
VisitHattiesburg hosted members of the Travel South USA Domestic Showcase, the South’s largest group tour operator trade show, last week at Camp Shelby. They were met by Marlo Dorsey, executive director of Visit Hattiesburg, Post Commander Bobby Ginn and Museum Director Steve Hampton and his staff.
“What I did on my spring vacation” took on a whole new meaning for one group of Lamar County students, who traveled to Poland on a mission trip with their church.
Temple Baptist in Oak Grove sent three teams out – Poland, Cambodia and the Ukraine.