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Hattiesburg, School of Social Work provide community with health insurance

The Educate, Empower, Enroll (E3) Health Initiative, a partnership between the city of Hattiesburg and The University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Social Work,...

Hattiesburg, state check motorists

A particularly burdensome process for the state’s judiciary and law enforcement branches is set to change with the September enactment of an insurance verification...

USM alumni create sex-positive space

When imagining a sex shop, one may conjour an image of a shanty building on the far side of town with walls plastered with...

Hattiesburg reels from severe weather

The National Weather Service reported one fatality at a mobile home on Sones Road, west of Purvis due to the severe weather on Feb....

Player advances to national EA Sports tourney

The American Outlaws, an organization dedicated to supporting soccer in the U.S., hosted Hattiesburg’s first Gamer Cup at the Keg & Barrel Saturday. EA Sports...

Erotica author celebrates sixth novel

“He doesn’t ask. He only takes.” The quote interchanges with equally suggestive phrases and photos lingerie-clad women on author Kim Jones’ website. The author’s sixth...

Frat brothers cook bugs in new ‘Burg biz

While attending the university, USM alumni Paul Sims and Trey Viehweg were brothers in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. In the fraternity house, they...

‘Burg observes Sexual Assault Awareness month

In observance of Sexual Assault Awareness month, the local community addresses the significance of the issue. According to the 2014 Criminal Victimization report from the...
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