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About: hattiesburg, mississippi

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
HPD officer helps out stranded motorist in rain

A Hattiesburg police officer is receiving praise online after a Facebook post revealed the lengths he was willing to go to help out a stranded motorist. Misty K. Swartz posted the experience to her Facebook account on Tuesday.

Source: WDAM

Clinics are offering free health screenings this week for things such as blood pressure, eye exams, dental screenings, HIV testing as well as prostate exams. "We all know how important these health centers are.

Long Beach police looking for armed bank robbery suspects

Long Beach Police Chief Wayne McDowell gives information on a bank robbery at The First bank on Klondike Road. Police are looking for two armed suspects that may be connected to a robbery yesterday in Hammond, La.

Hattiesburg Clinic offering free memory screenings

The screenings will take place from 12:40 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Hattiesburg Clinic Memory Center, located on the sixth floor of the main clinic. The 15-minute screenings are not intended to diagnose any illness or replace consultation with a qualified health care provider; however, they may help uncover early signs of memory impairment or dementia.

Uber coming to the Golden Triangle

Uber, a mobile app-based ride-sharing company, will begin service in the Golden Triangle on Friday as a part of its expansion to 23 counties in east Mississippi and the Delta, the company announced on its website Tuesday. The expansion will offer services in the greater Golden Triangle area, including Lowndes, Oktibbeha, Clay, Monroe, Webster, Winston and Choctaw counties.

Three area musicians to celebrate the blues

Pearl River Community College will host a celebration of the blues on Monday, Aug. 29, as part of Mississippi Bicentennial observance. The event begins at 7 p.m. at the Brownstone Center for the Arts and is free.Dr. Mark Malone, coordinator of music education at William Carey University and former PRCC choral director, will present a history of the blues followed by performances by Wes Lee of Petal and Vasti Jackson of Hattiesburg.

Culvert collapses on Frontage Road in Hattiesburg

The Mississippi Department of Transportation is urging drivers to avoid Frontage Road north of McGrew Street in Hattiesburg after a culvert collapsed Tuesday morning. According to Cape Jones, Assistant District Engineer over maintenance, the drainage culvert collapsed around 9:00 a.m. resulting in road closures.

Two charged in connection with stolen vehicle in Columbia

According to Columbia Police, Hattiesburg Police assisted in the arrest of Tyree "Magic" Ross, 33, and Jessica Rasha Cochran, 22. Ross and Cochran were charged in connection to the theft of a vehicle from Professional Auto Sales on South High School Avenue in Columbia.

42 dilapidated properties an issue in Hub City

There are dozens of properties in Hattiesburg that city officials are taking a closer look at in an effort to clean up parts of the Hub City. On August 21, at 4 p.m. in the city council chambers, 42 properties will be addressed in a public hearing.

Pine Belt man advocates for live-saving drug

After losing a loved one to heroin overdose, a Pine Belt man is doing everything he can to make sure first responders are equipped to to save others from overdose. "Our son was like any other person's son," said Narcan advocate James Moore.

City of Hattiesburg continues paving projects

Chief Communications Officer Samantha McCain said the projects start on Raspberry Lane and South 37th Avenue Monday, and should not take more than a couple of days to complete. "We apologize in advance for the inconvenience this causes citizens as we take these efforts to improve our city infrastructure.

HPD searching for driver after SUV crashed into Hattiesburg High School

HPD Chief Anthony Parker said officials have an identification on the suspect, but have not taken that suspect into custody. Parker said the SUV was heading towards the high school on Quinn Street when the driver ignored the stop sign and North Hutchinson Avenue and plowed through a gate into a HHS building.

Hattiesburg brewery seeing more business with new state bill

"It is incredibly exciting to see people come in here excited about the product, excited about the story and just seeing the place and seeing how it's made," said Southern Prohibition Vice President Emily Curry. "Just drinking it here, it's been incredible."

Supreme Court shuffle gives governor more influence

But in less than two years, nearly half of the members have either retired or accepted new positions, giving Republican Gov. Phil Bryant a rare opportunity to exert considerable influence on the state's highest court. Bryant already has made two appointments to the Supreme Court in less than two years.

Texas capital murder suspect apprehended in Hub City

A capital murder suspect wanted out of Dallas, Texas was arrested by Hattiesburg Police and U.S. Marshals Friday evening. Christopher Betts, of Dallas, was arrested around 5 p.m. at Classic Drive and U.S. 49 in Hattiesburg, by HPD and the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force.

Cartoonist Nobile creates his first book

After 20 years as the Mississippi Business Journal's cartoonist, Ricky Nobile has created his first book - Homegrown, Home Drawn! 45 Years of Mississippi Editorial Cartoons.

3-year-old shot, suspect arrested by Hattiesburg police

Hattiesburg police arrested a suspect whom they believe was involved in a Wednesday night shooting that injured a 3-year-old. Robert Jason Teall, 33, was wanted for one count of aggravated assault in the shooting that happened in the 100 block of North Windridge according to Lamar County Sheriff Danny Rigel.

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