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The Mississippi Department of Education releases statewide accountability results, giving letter grades to districts and schools. [Read More]
One farmer in Collins says something has changed when it comes to his goods and the money in his pockets. [Read More]
Tags: Collins - MS - farms
South Jones (3-2) enters region play against Laurel on Friday, riding a three-game win streak.Laurel (1-3) comes off a bye week after three straight losses... [Read More]
Dozens of area high school students with disabilities are at the University of Southern Mississippi this week, learning about job hunting, financial planning and other... [Read More]
There are more than three million people in the United States dealing with pain throughout their body, muscle tenderness and constant fatigue with no cure... [Read More]
University of Southern Mississippi students who are interested in law careers after graduation met with representatives of nearly a dozen regional law schools on the... [Read More]
Business owners in the Midtown District of Hattiesburg have great things to say about the developments over the last few months. [Read More]
A day of hope and giving to help those affected by Hurricane Florence will be held this Saturday at the Marion County Courthouse. [Read More]
James Ray Carpenter, a Runnelstown native and 25th president of the Professional Golfers' Association of America, died Wednesday in Hattiesburg. He was 91. [Read More]
The City of Petal and Leonard Fuller, Petal Police Department police chief, have officially filed a response to a civil lawsuit against them. [Read More]
The shooter is in critical condition. The condition of those injured is not known. [Read More]
Grant William Robicheaux, 38, and Cerissa Laura Riley, 31 posted bail last week when they were arrested. They will be arraigned on October 25. [Read More]
A district court judge has granted and denied in part the City of Laurel's motion to dismiss a civil complaint against them. [Read More]
Tags: Laurel - Judge - civil
Hurricane Florence dumped heavy rains over North Carolina and South Carolina, causing widespread damage. [Read More]
Music lovers, rejoice! Live at 5 H'Burg, an outdoor music series, returns to downtown Hattiesburg on Sept. 21. [Read More]
"There's been some pretty good players come through Stringer," said Red Devils head coach John Brown. [Read More]
It's a church of second chances. If you are an addict or a recovering addict, Victory Baptist Church in south Hattiesburg says there is a... [Read More]
Opening arguments for two Jones County communities began Tuesday in Laurel in the annexation trial of Pendorff. [Read More]
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