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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
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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
Mississippi could sue solar panel maker that owes $74.8M
Mississippi officials are considering whether to sue a solar panel maker that recently announced it will be closing its Hattiesburg plant, which had received millions in loans and incentives from the state. Mississippi Development Authority spokeswoman Tammy Craft said the authority has referred the case to Attorney General Jim Hood, a step the agency has taken previously when talks between a company and the state break down.State-subsidized solar panel maker to close in Mississippi
A green energy company heavily incentivized by Mississippi is shutting down, raising questions about whether the state will get repaid. Solar panel maker Stion notified the state Tuesday that it would close its Hattiesburg plant Dec. 13, laying off 137 employees.Hattiesburg students have art displayed in William Carey art exhibit
Thursday was a special day for 13 kids who got to have their art displayed at the Sarah Gillipie Museum at William Carey University in Hattiesburg. The students from United Christian Academy in Hattiesburg not only got to learn about art, but also see their masterpieces on display in a museum setting.Woman claims to be victim of debit card 'shimming' at KFCU
An alleged victim who spoke with WLOX News Now says her debit card information was stolen from the kiosk on Klondyke Road and used to withdraw $500 from a different bank in Hattiesburg. Once the victim reported the fraud KFCU began the process to replace the funds in her account.Hattiesburg Zoo announces new attractions
The mixed species exhibit features three African Southern Ground Hornbills and a nine-year-old African Cape Porcupine, who goes by the name Ashley. The zoo also introduced Camp Capybara, which is an overnight stay for groups of all sizes and ages to learn about the nocturnal species.Hattiesburg man sentenced on 3 felony charges
Sullivan was sentenced to 25 years on a burglary charge, 30 years on attempted kidnapping, and life on a child abuse charge. In September, 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.Annual ADHD conference held in Hattiesburg
Over 400 people attended the annual ADHD conference held in West Hattiesburg at Temple Baptist Church, which began on Thursday and continues into Friday. The conference includes sessions on a variety of topics related to ADHD and coexisting disorders with relevant keynote sessions.Mississippi Home of Your Own Homebuyer Workshop Set for Hattiesburg
Residents in Forrest and surrounding counties who are interested in buying a home, there will be a free, one-day homebuyer education workshop Saturday, October 28th. The workshop will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Parkway Heights United Methodist Church at 2420 Hardy Street in Hattiesburg.St. John-Waters show on MPB tonight features MSU, Starkville
Chef and food writer Robert St. John, left, and artist Wyatt Waters are featured in "Palate to Palette" at 7 p.m. tonight on Mississippi Public Broadcasting. Photo by: Courtesy photo To air at 7 p.m. on Mississippi Public Broadcasting, "Palate to Palette" is following chef and food writer Robert St. John and artist Wyatt Waters as they travel to six Magnolia State locations.Report: Stion to shut down plant in Hattiesburg
The San Jose, Calif.-based company's Hattiesburg facility has been operating since 2012, said in a letter Monday that it would "discontinue operations," according to the industry publication.1 killed in Hub City crash
Hattiesburg police responded to a reckless driver in a parking lot of the 4400 Block of Hardy Street just before midnight according to Hattiesburg Police Capt. Branden McLemore.Effort underway to recognize Miss. Gold Star families
With more than 1,100 family members of fallen service men and women living in Mississippi, an effort is underway to recognize and honor Gold Star families. Before losing his life in 2014 during a training mission in Fort Gordon, Ga., 2nd Lt.Gulfport doctor charged in compounding pharmacy fraud scheme
A Gulport physician was charged on Wednesday for his role in a multi-million dollar scheme to defraud TRICARE, the health care benefit program serving our nation's military, veterans and their respective family members. Albert Diaz, M.D., was charged in a 16 count indictment in the Southern District of Mississippi and is scheduled to make his initial court appearance on Oct. 31. U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst, FBI Special Agent Christopher Freeze and IRS-Criminal Investigation Special Agent Jerome McDuffie mad the announcement in a Department of Justice press release.Father of murder victim: "There were no warning signs."
Harris said her daughter was getting a college degree and working in Hattiesburg. "I never met the guy, I never met the monster," Harris said.City of Hattiesburg hires Joe Paul as new customer service coordinator
Mayor Toby Barker announced the addition of Joe Paul, Ph.D., as the city's customer service coordinator and the newest member of his administrative team. In this role, Paul will focus on training and coaching city employees to provide the best level of customer service across departments, according to a news release issued by Barker's office.USM to host prestigious International Nursing Conference
On October 20th and 21st, nurses from all over the world will be on the Hattiesburg campus of the University of Southern Mississippi for the annual King International Nursing Conference. The conference provides an opportunity for Southern Miss students and faculty to network with nurses from all over the globe.Halloween season brings business to south Mississippi, funds for children's hospital
Halloween season is here, and many people in the Pine belt are looking for costumes and shopping for last minute decorations. "We've been doing really well, and we've been very busy."
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