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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.
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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.
The Hattiesburg Zoo unveiled two Sumatran tigers Saturday to kick off the upcoming spring break week.
The state attorney general's office Saturday offered Hattiesburg-area residents a quick, easy and free way to get rid of old bills, documents and other personal papers that could be subject to identity theft.
Authorities with the Hattiesburg Police Department arrived to Taste Lounge in Downtown Hattiesburg following phone calls that multiple gunshots were fired outside of the club around 1:00 Sunday morning.
She began her banking career in the Mississippi Delta, at the age of 17, while attending Mississippi Delta Community College, serving first as a part-time proof operator and runner for Deposit Guaranty National Bank and later as a teller for Sunburst Bank.
Miss. Sigman is the granddaughter of Mrs. Natalie Jean Gaither, the late Mr. Jimmie Lee Gaither, Mrs. Doris Wood Sigman and the late Dr. Ernest Hinton Sigman, all of Memphis, Tennessee.
Wedding vows will be exchanged at 4 p.m. on March 15, 2014 at Dixie Baptist Church in Hattiesburg.
Organizers of an annual Hattiesburg festival which celebrates Irish and Italian food and culture have announced their "royalty" who will be featured in the event's parade.
Educators, clinicians and students from across Mississippi were in Hattiesburg this week for a two-day meeting to network and discuss the newest scientific research in various fields.
Former Mississippi Department of Marine Resources Director Bill Walker is due in federal court Monday morning, at which time he is expected to plead guilty to one court of conspiracy to defraud the federal government.
The Hattiesburg Zoo announced today the addition of two Sumatran Tigers to the zoo's animal collection.
Hattiesburg Municipal Court Judge Jerry Evans set a $500,000 bond today for Carrie Lea Reynolds, 37, who is charged with second-degree murder.
HATTIESBURG - First Bancshares is expanding further into Alabama, announcing yesterday that it will buy BCB Holding Co.