Public Safety Officials Encourage Residents to Create a Safety Profile with New Service that Makes Emergency Responders More Effective and Provides Citizens with Greater Safety and Peace-of-Mind A man trapped in a house fire calls 9-1-1 but can’t communicate.  A young child dials 9-1-1 but can’t answer the dispatcher’s questions.  A woman suffering from a

Coupon 101 Workshop

Tuesday, 24 February 2015 by

Did you set a New Year resolution to save money? If you answered yes, you can save money by using coupons. Forrest County Extension Service will conduct a Couponing 101 Class on Monday, February 24, 2015.  Come get tips on starting, collecting, and saving money.  The class will begin at 6:00 p.m. and take place

On Saturday, Feb. 21, The American Red Cross of Southeast Mississippi and the City of Hattiesburg Fire Department are joining hands to ensure residents of Hattiesburg are safe from home fires.  The Red Cross Home Fire Preparedness Initiative aims to decrease fatalities and injuries from home fires by ensuring families have working smoke alarms and

Medical Analysis March Calendar 2015

Wednesday, 18 February 2015 by

Sales and Marketing Professionals – Pine Belt has announced the class of professionals and businesses to be honored in the 2015 Awards Program. The awards recognize, promote and honor excellence, professionalism and outstanding achievement in sales and marketing and showcase the highest level of talent in the area. Awards will be presented at a dinner

The Mississippi Development Authority will kick off its Model Contractor Development Program workshop series at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 19 at the Hattiesburg Intermodal Facility, located at 308 Newman Street in Hattiesburg, Miss. The nine weekly workshops, designed to teach small contractors and businesses practices that will improve their company’s operations and increase their

The City of Hattiesburg Municipal Court will offer an Amnesty Program to allow individuals to pay old fines at a 25% discount if paid in full. Beginning Februray 9, 2015, any outstanding citation issued before January 1, 2014, may be discounted by 25% of the total cost, if paid in full. The program will end