Freedom Summer activist talks civil rights issues

On March 4, veteran civil rights leader Bob Moses sat down with students and professors to open the Freedom Summer Dialogue at the Hattiesburg...

Hub City filmmaker creates Facebook page

Throughout the history of filmmaking, men and women have searched for new and different ways to not only market their work and talent, but...

Senate passes pregnancy prevention bill

Required pregnancy prevention programs at community colleges and public universities could become a part of Mississippi’s future as a result of a bill passed...

We rebuilt, restored and recovered

“Rise to the top” is more than a motivational statement. It is a valued tradition at The University of Southern Mississippi. On Feb. 13,...

Gates delivers speech in Hattiesburg

On Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. the city of Hattiesburg welcomed former U.S. Secretary of Defense and Director of the CIA Robert Gates as...

Gates to discuss global risks

On Feb. 6, former U.S. Secretary of Defense and Director of the CIA Robert Gates will speak to guests at the Hattiesburg Saenger Theatre. According...

Zoo welcomes second golden eagle

Less than three months after revealing a new golden eagle exhibit, The Hattiesburg Zoo is now home to a second golden eagle on loan...


On Tuesday, icy temperatures and a light layer of snow hit Mississippi. On Jan. 28, the southern region of the United States witnessed a...

Evening with Si to benefit local charity

Si Robertson, of the popular A&E series “Duck Dynasty,” is coming to Hattiesburg Feb. 1 for the Homes of Hope for Children fundraiser. Robertson, best...

We remember ‘64: Hattiesburg hosts Freedom Day March

Old negro spirituals rang from the intersection of Seventh and Mobile Street as marching supporters of Hattiesburg reignited the legacy of local civil rights...

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