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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
Toczyl Joins Hattiesburg Clinic Neurological Surgery
Gregory R. Toczyl, MD, FAANS, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Neurological Surgery.Jack Weatherly - Saying no to the press is the wrong order
But I was rebuffed the other day when I attempted to write something about Cook Out, a fast-food restaurant chain that just opened a store on High Street.Dr. Diaz back in jail awaiting bond decision
Earlier this month, a federal jury in Hattiesburg convicted the Biloxi doctor on 16 counts in a multi-million dollar pharmacy fraud scheme. The 78-year-old Diaz faces more than 300 years in prison and millions of dollars in fines.Forrest County home a total loss after fire
Four volunteer fire departments responded to the blaze on JB Horn Road after a neighbor called 911 around 1:40 p.m. We spoke with that neighbor, who said they heard a loud boom and walked outside to find the rear of the neighboring home in flames. Pictured are 2018 Mississippi Spelling Bee runner-up Iris Xue of Hayes Cooper Center, Mississippi Association of Educators President Joyce Helmick and 2018 Mississippi Spelling Bee Winner Vaibhavi Mahajan of Northwest Rankin Middle School.Former Hattiesburg police officer sentenced on drug conviction
A U.S. District Judge sentenced a former Hattiesburg police officer to five years in federal prison on a drug conviction Tuesday. U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst and FBI Special Agent in Charge Christopher Freeze announced that Tomas Wheeler, 33, was sentenced to 61 months in federal prison and a $1,500 fine for attempted possession of 50 kilograms or more of marijuana with the intent to distribute.Hattiesburg Community Shred Day
The Community Shred Day, hosted by the Mississippi Attorney General's Office, will take place in four cities across the state with one of the cities being Hattiesburg. Community Shred Day for the city of Hattiesburg will be Friday, March 16 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Wal-Mart Supercenter on U.S. Highway 98. Participants may bring up to three bags or boxes of sensitive documents to be shredded at no charge.USM's Wednesday visit to Tulane precedes C-USA opener on Friday
Southern Miss is just four days away from opening the Conference USA slate against UTSA on Friday at Pete Taylor Park. But before then, the Golden Eagles visit Tulane on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Sophomore Walker Powell is expected to make his fourth start of the season on the mound.Hattiesburg beats Oak Grove 3-2 at the first Dr. Clemon Terrell Baseball Classic
Hattiesburg High baseball held the first Dr. Clemon Terrell Baseball Classic on Saturday in honor of the late Hattiesburg parks and recreation director. The Tigers grabbed an 11-1 win over Lawrence County followed by a 3-2 win over Oak Grove to improve to 8-2 on the year.Weapon stolen from Hattiesburg police vehicle
A department-issued weapon and other law enforcement equipment was stolen from the vehicle. The exact list of items will not be made public at this time, pending an ongoing investigation, according to Hattiesburg Police Department PIO Ryan Moore.Memorial approved to honor civil rights activist Vernon Dahmer Sr.
The Forrest County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved President David Hogan's request to use $20,000 from his district's recreation fund for the memorial Monday morning. "With the new Civil Rights Museum in Jackson and the African American Museum in Washington, the board realized it was time to memorialize a Forrest County native who had paid the ultimate price in battling the civil rights movement and we are proud to do that," said Hogan.Bryant names 4 more members to College Board
Gov. Phil Bryant is nominating four people to the board that oversees Mississippi's eight public universities, making him the first governor to appoint all 12 trustees. The nominees include Hattiesburg radiologist Dr. Steven Cunningham; Ocean Springs businesswoman and Republican Party official Jeanne Luckey; Meridian insurance agent Bruce Martin; and Flowood lawyer Powell Ogletree Jr. If confirmed by the Senate, they would begin 9-year terms on May 8. Because of a quirk in a constitutional overhaul of the board that voters approved in 2003, Bryant could be the only governor who gets a chance to appoint all the board members.Suspect in deadly 2016 crime spree back behind bars
A Hattiesburg man is back behind bars after being indicted on several felony charges related to an alleged crime spree that claimed the life of a man in November 2016. A Forrest County grand jury handed down the indictments for Luckett, Aaron Jones and two other suspects on Feb. 23. Jones was picked up by police March 6, and Luckett was taken into custody March 12, according to the Forrest County Jail docket.Coney Island Cafe in Hattiesburg; Photo Source: Coney Island Cafe Facebook Page
The Coney Island Cafe will reopen tomorrow morning after owner Billy Fokakis passed away in January. According to Facebook post, his son and daughter will be running the cafe - fourth generation! pic.twitter.com/rPHfJZOuDM The cafe recently closed after its longtime owner Billy Fokasis passed away in January after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.Traffic stop leads to huge drug bust in Hattiesburg;
Leonard Burge, 35, of Meridian, was arrested and charged with trafficking a controlled substance, sale of a controlled substance, and possession of a controlled substance. Around 9:30 p.m. Hattiesburg Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 6000 Block of U.S. 49 for an obscured tag.Pine Belt woman hosts Cancer Benefit Concert;
A Pine Belt woman is celebrating her birthday today, but she's doing things up a little differently with a little help. Cathrine Herron is turning 61-years-old, but instead of a regular party, she decided to throw a benefit concert at the Thad Cochran Center in Hattiesburg.Photos show father, son and grandson at Mississippi Highway Patrol trooper school graduation.
Capt. Johnny Poulos grew up watching his uncle, former DPS Commissioner Albert Santa Cruz, wearing the uniform of the Mississippi Highway Patrol. In 1999, Poulos joined MHP as a part of Class 54, and started his career in Hattiesburg.Grand Marshal, King, Queen named for St. Thomas' annual Irish-Italian Festival parade
Hattiesburg police chief Anthony Parker has been chosen to lead an annual parade in the Hub City on March 17. He has been named grand marshal for the Irish-Italian Festival's "Roll and Stroll" Parade, which will begin at 10:30 a.m. along West 4th Street. The parade and the accompanying festival, which starts about 5 p.m. that day, are hosted by Hattiesburg's St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church.NWS warns of possible severe weather
According to the National Weather Service, a strong weather system is expected to move through the Pine Belt late Saturday afternoon and stay through Sunday morning. Officials says the system has the potential to produce severe weather conditions including large hail, damaging winds, heavy rain and even tornadoes.3 killed in weekend house fire in Jeff Davis County
Carlos Smith, 36, Latoya Smith, 34, and 1-year-old Ivory Smith all died from smoke inhalation on Saturday, March 3, according to Jefferson Davis County Coroner Jimmy Slater. All three victims suffered from thermal injuries.Hancock County Sheriff's Office seeking public's help in identifying man
The Hancock County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help to identify the man in the photo. The Hancock County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help to identify the man in the photo.
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