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Founded in 1882 by William H. Hardy, Hattiesburg was named in honor of Hardy's wife Hattie. The town was incorporated two years later with a population of 400. Hattiesburg's population first expanded as a center of the lumber and railroad industries. It now attracts newcomers to the area because of the diversity of the economy, strong neighborhoods and the central location in South Mississippi.

Population: 44779
Local Newspapers: The Hattiesburg American
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: University of Southern Mississippi William Carey University

Zip Codes associated with hattiesburg, mississippi: 39042 39401 39402 39437 39459 39465 39475 39482
Towns/Cities near hattiesburg, mississippi : Petal Carterville Dixie Sunrise Maybank Eatonville Leeville Barrontown Batson

Hattiesburg News
Didion revisits the past to illuminate the present

What is it they say about famous writers? They could publish their grocery list and it would be a best seller? "South and West" is not a grocery list, but a slim book consisting of excerpts from Joan Didion's notebooks jotted down more than 40 years ago. The first - "South" - chronicles a road trip she took with her husband, John Gregory Dunne, in 1970 through Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

Developer scraps $30 million project in favor of $10 million development in Ocean Springs

Six years after it was originally announced, a mixed-use development along U.S. 90 in Ocean Springs may finally be coming to fruition -- although in a vastly different form than initially planned. In February 2011, Mayor Connie Moran announced that Thrash Development of Hattiesburg was going to build a $20 million, mixed use development on a parcel of land adjacent to the Coffee Fusion shopping center along U.S. 90, dubbed "Bay Village."

Mother accuses Hattiesburg teacher of throwing her son against wall

Brittney Keyes said her son, Zachary, told her about the alleged incident when she picked him up from school Tuesday afternoon. Zachary told his mother the female teacher grabbed him by the collar of his shirt and threw him against a brick wall.

Eaglepalooza cancelled

The Southern Miss Student Government Association will no longer sponsor Eaglepalooza, an annual free concert for Southern Miss students and Hattiesburg residents. In an email to students on Thursday, SGA President Cameron Cloud announced that budget cuts would bring an end to Eaglepalooza after 13 years of hosting the event.

Hattiesburg city vehicle involved in wreck, injuries reported

The city vehicle struck a Honda accord at the intersection of Main and Front Street around 10:00 a.m. The impact of the collision caused the Honda to spin 180 degrees.

Topics regarding voting registration and deadlines were adduressed. Source: WDAM

A voter seminar was held Friday morning in Downtown Hattiesburg. A group of election and party leaders met to discuss what folks should know before voting on election day.

The Children's Center at Southern Miss to host second annual Institute

The Children's Center for Communication and Development at The University of Southern Mississippi and the Mapp Family Foundation will present The Children's Center Institute, a professional development experience to take place May 9-11 at Parkway Heights United Methodist Church in Hattiesburg. This year's event will feature presentations and workshops presented by leaders from The Hanen Centre, a globally-known pioneer in educating parents and caregivers of children with special needs, along with early childhood educators and speech-language pathologists.

Groundbreaking ceremony held for District at Midtown

Located in the heart of Hattiesburg, developer Rob Tatum said the District at Midtown will be your one stop shop. "We have a great boutique hotel, we have a great lineup of restaurants coming and shopping, and just being able to put that all in one seven block area," Tatum added.

Toby Barker opens campaign headquarters in Hub City

Barker, a current state representative, is running as an independent, and will face Shawn O'Hara in the primary election. Incumbent Mayor Johnny DuPree and Tom Garmon face off for the democratic nomination, and Catherine Starr is running as a republican.

Identity released in Hub City death investigation

A death investigation is underway after a woman's body was found at a home in Hattiesburg Wednesday afternoon, according to Hattiesburg Lt. Jon Traxler.

Camp Shelby hosts Women's History Month observance

An authority on women in the Vietnam War from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Hattiesburg veteran and civil rights pioneer addressed soldiers at Camp Shelby Thursday during an observance of National Women's History Month. Heather Stur, an associate professor of history at Southern Miss and retired Air Force Lt.

Authorities capture escaped inmate in Collins

Ramsey Pittman, 21, was spotted sitting in a vehicle outside of a convenience store in downtown Collins before he was captured at 7:25 a.m., according to a release from the Mississippi Department of Corrections. Pittman, who initially fled while assigned with a work crew at the Forrest County Multipurpose Center in Hattiesburg, was transported to Central Mississippi Correctional Facility in Rankin County.

Hattiesburg's historic E. 6th Street USO is celebrating its 75th anniversary. Source: WDAM

Hattiesburg's historic E. 6th Street USO is celebrating its 75th anniversary. A kickoff event was held Tuesday.

Hub City officials aim to lower cost of public safety complex, construction date undetermined

The city of Hattiesburg has relocated the police department and with that final move, plans to move forward with the city's new multi-million-dollar public safety complex hang in the balance. On Monday, the city cut the ribbon on the $3.3 million temporary facility located on Klondyke Street, which was one of the last steps to move forward with the complex.

Photo credit: USM

Access to health care services provided by The University of Southern Mississippi is becoming more accessible for students along the Mississippi Gulf Coast thanks to the use of telehealth technology. In January, Student Counseling Services, based out of the University's Hattiesburg campus, introduced a new service known as telecounseling to better serve students enrolled in classes at the University's Gulf Park campus in Long Beach and other teaching and research sites on the coast.

Arnold Line Water Association ordered to changes rules, regulations

The Public Service Commission issued an order Tuesday requiring the Arnold Line Water Association to change portions of its rules and regulations to bring them into compliance with commission rules. The ruling comes after a public hearing in January , where representatives from Arnold Line Water Association argued the PSC does not have jurisdiction over rural water associations.

House fire victim's blog paints picture of woman in love with family, her faith

House fire victim's blog paints picture of woman in love with fa - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS It was a story written on Worshipful Living, Mandy Kelly's blog. The story was called "Our Response When Disaster Strikes."

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