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For nearly 100 years many hospitals, businesses and churches in Mississippi have depended on a metro company to get them everything from print paper to toilet paper.
It is said that the Lord works in mysterious ways. On Monday evening, that appeared to apply even to Hattiesburg sewer rates.
The 21 student-volunteers came from three different universities: Austin Peay in Tennessee, Virginia Tech and Thomas Moore in Kentucky.
The University of Southern Mississippi School of Mass Communication and Journalism is accepting applications for the Remembering "Freedom Summer" Multimedia High School Journalism Workshop, which will be held on the Hattiesburg campus June 15-22.
The City of Hattiesburg is facing a lawsuit by Gulf Restoration Network for its inability to meet sewer treatment standards under existing law.
Employees of an office suite in downtown Hattiesburg on Monday morning discovered bullet holes surrounded by spider-webs of shattered glass, and though police say are investigating, they aren't releasing any information.
The Hattiesburg City Council went into executive session Monday evening to discuss a vote to override the mayor's veto on sewer rate increases.
PETAL Police are asking for the public's help in solving a vehicle burglary from two weeks ago.
The 2014 opening of the Hattiesburg Farmers Market takes place 3-6 p.m., Thursday at Town Square Park, corner of Main and Buschman Streets.
A Hattiesburg woman was arrested today following a high speed chase involving four law enforcement agencies, WDAM reported.
Former Mississippi Department of Marine Resources Director Bill Walker pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to defraud the federal government in federal district court in Hattiesburg this morning.
Author Jennifer Pharr Davis will discuss her adventures on the Appalachian Trail when she talks about her book "Called Again" March 20 at the Hattiesburg Library.
I once had an aunt and uncle who lived in France for several years. They eventually returned to the States but kept an apartment in Paris and a country cottage in Normandy.
The fourth annual Habitat Restaurant Tour is set to kick off Monday. Each day during the tour, a different restaurant is featured as the "restaurant of the day."
The Hattiesburg chapter of a national sorority hosted an event Saturday which offered local teens some valuable tips on leading happier and more productive lives.