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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.
And throughout the entire school year, several Petal businesses show their support of the team and the school district as a whole.
Members of The University of Southern Mississippi community and area residents will bring awareness to suicide prevention when the USM Department of Psychology hosts the “Out of the Darkness Walk” on the Hattiesburg campus. The event, set from 8:30 – 11 a.m.
Every life is precious to Tess Smith, especially the 10,000 students and 1,500 staff members that are placed under her care. When one of those students does something that she can’t control, Smith – the Lamar County School District Superintendent – feels the grief that stretches from the family to the friends to the school.
The Hattiesburg Police Department is asking local businesses that find some funny money in their cash registers to give them a call. It’s not that funny.
Reports of counterfeit $100 bills being found in Hub City businesses is causing problems for the storeowners, and law enforcement officials want it to stop.
Jeff the wallaby, who made local and national headlines after escaping from his Lake Serene home in early March, will be the guest of honor at a Meet and Greet to celebrate his safe return to his owners.
Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker gave the Palmer’s Crossing residents credit for their determination in seeking a new pavilion at Dewitt Sullivan Park during the groundbreaking ceremony last week.
The 50-foot diameter octagon pavilion will cost $214,535 to build in about five months.
The Hub City has long offered recreational programs for residents, from basketball and softball leagues to youth activities like football. Now, the city is looking to attract all age groups with some new, innovative programming, in addition to continuing the success of the long-implemented programs.