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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.
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
HPD investigating armed robbery
"Officers were dispatched to an armed robbery that occurred at 11:19 p.m. in the 100 block of South 14th Avenue," said Hattiesburg Police Capt. Branden McLemore."Shooting in west Jackson leaves one injured; JPD searching for suspect
The Forrest Health Board of Trustees announced an approved succession plan for president and chief executive officer Evan Dillard on Monday. Dillard, who began his tenure in 2008, will be replaced by current chief financial officer Andy Woodard beginning in January 2019.Progress continues at the old Eureka School
Progress continues at the old Eureka School in Hattiesburg with plans to turn the site into a civil rights museum. "This is so important because this is a significant building, a significant story that we want to tell," said General Manager for Museums Latoya Norman.Woman, five-year-old girl killed in car accident
Forrest County Coroner Jonathan Nobles identified the victims as Jamia Odom, 26, of Port Gibson and Jalaya Williams, 5, of Hattiesburg. Authorities said a car was traveling south on Veterans Memorial Boulevard when it left the roadway, crossed the median and struck the car in the northbound lanes just after 7:30 p.m. Nobles said the five-year-old was in the back seat of the car.More
Several Pine Belt animal shelters have teamed up to find homes for about 150 homeless dogs and cats at the Hattiesburg PetSmart. Southern Cross Animal Rescue, Southern Pines Animal Shelter and Hub City Humane Society are participating in the National Adoption Weekend.Organization to host wine tasting and auction
A Pine Belt organization will host its annual Vines of the World Wine Tasting and Auction September 28th to benefit a local children's shelter. It'll take place at the Venue at The Bakery Building in Hattiesburg from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. There will be fine wines and spirits from across the globe and food from area restaurants.Dreshawn Sullivan found guilty on all counts
Sullivan was found guilty of burglary of a dwelling, attempted kidnapping and child abuse in regard to an incident that took place on March 16, 2015, at Burkett's Creek West W.S.F. Tatum Road in which one female victim was hospitilized. Police also arrested self-proclaimed youth leader Rev.Dog runs away, braves the elements to go to the spa
It's a dog eat dog world out there, and when a Hattiesburg family's dog ran away they feared the worst. Jamie Walker Martin said about a month ago her dog Mandy ran away from their new home downtown near Sacred Heart.Hattiesburg veteran looks back on witnessing history
"When I was in, we had them," said Albert as he pointed to a sailor's uniform hanging on his wall. A New York native, Albert now lives in Hattiesburg.Mary J. Blige concert at Landers Center postponed
Restaurants, bars and businesses in an area of downtown Hattiesburg are getting ready for the new "To-Go Cup" ordinance to take effect next week. Restaurants, bars and businesses in an area of downtown Hattiesburg are getting ready for the new "To-Go Cup" ordinance to take effect next week.Restaurants ready "To-Go" in Downtown Hattiesburg
Restaurants, bars and businesses in an area of downtown Hattiesburg are getting ready for the new "To-Go Cup" ordinance to take effect next week. The ordinance , creating a recreation and leisure district, was approved by Hattiesburg City Council last month.Hattiesburg City Council approves FY 2018 budget
The Hattiesburg City Council adopted the fiscal year 2018 budget for the city Thursday afternoon. It is nearly $125.5 million and provides money for salary increases for city employees in Water and Sewer, Public Works and Parks and Recreations departments.Therapist explains emotional toll of hurricane survivors
We all have been watching the devastation of Hurricane Harvey and waited with bated breath for Irma's turn into Florida. Now comes the hard part for survivors, the aftermath.Runoff between two Hattiesburg women could shift Republican supermajority
Two candidates are headed to a runoff in a special election that could solidify or spoil the Republican supermajority in the House. Candidates Missy McGee and Kathryn Rehner received the most votes of four candidates Tuesday for the House seat left vacant by now Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker.Hub City man jailed on child abuse charge
A Hattiesburg man is behind bars facing a felony child abuse charge after a Monday incident in the Hub City. London Wright, 28, was arrested on Monday and charged with one count of felonious abuse or battery of a child.Coffee with a Cop expands, looks to grow community engagement
City officials and police are hoping it will draw more community engagement, helping them be more in touch with residents, and hearing issues and concerns. "This month, they've tried something different, they moved it around a little bit and I think we had a great turnout here at T-Bones," said Barker.Ceremony to honor 9/11 victims held in Hattiesburg
Dozens of first responders gathered to remember the lives lost with the ringing of the bell and a moment of silence. Mayor Toby Barker was among the guest speakers at this morning's service.
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