Did you know that Hattiesburg ranks #7 on a Business Insider’s list of top places to retire early? Click on the following image for more information:

Nearly two months since President Trump declared a major disaster after the Jan. 21 severe storms and tornadoes in Mississippi, more than $3 million in assistance to individuals and households has been approved by MEMA and FEMA.   This includes nearly $2.2 million in FEMA housing assistance – grant money for repairing and rebuilding homes

The U.S. Small Business Administration, Mississippi District Office (SBA) invite you to the “Mississippi Meet the Lenders in the Pinebelt”, a Small Business Borrower – Lender Match Making Event. This event will provide small business owners and entrepreneurs the opportunity meet one-on-one with Banks, Certified Development Companies, Microlenders, Alternative Lend and SBA to discuss the

The Mississippi Regional Housing Authority No. VIII, in partnership with HUD and the City of Hattiesburg will host their second annual Housing Resource and Health Fair and Disaster Relief Effort for tornado victims of Hattiesburg, Miss., and surrounding areas on March 16, 2017 at the Hattiesburg Intermodal Facility (Train Depot), 308 Newman Street, from 9

Right Way to Throw Away Day 2017

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Pine Belt Strong 4 Mile Run

Monday, 13 February 2017 by

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Citizens Police Academy 2017

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The City of Hattiesburg will join others cities throughout the United States in observing the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) National Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness Day on January 27.   The EITC is a refundable tax credit available to qualifying lower-wage workers and their families. The EITC and CTC (Children Tax Credit) programs have lifted

2017 Free Income Tax Assistance

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