Valencia Williamson, Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce Division of the ADP talks about the Annual Meeting.
For more details, visit http://downtownhattiesburg.com/calander/.More >> News 7 Sunrise's coverage of the 50th anniversary of John Fitzgerald Kennedy's assassination.More >> November 21st marks The Great American Smokeout. Visit www.cancer.org/SmokeoutMore >> This event takes place November 21-23 at select businesses throughout Petal. Visit http://www.petalchamber.com/ or call 601-583-3306 for more details.More >> Michael Young discusses the play "The Forgotten Carols." For more information, go to http://www.hattiesburgsaenger.com/index.cfm/shows/the-forgotten-carols/.More >> Reverend Bill Prout from Christian Services talks about "The Forgotten Carols." For more information, go to http://www.hattiesburgsaenger.com/index.cfm/shows/the-forgotten-carols/.More >> For morning show webpage: For details on the 3P program, visit http://pinebelt360.wordpress.com/ or call 601-310-1368.More >> Judge Dawn Beam discusses National Adoption Month.
There will be a Mississippi Kidney Foundation Free Patient Conference in Hattiesburg on November 10 at the Forest General Hospital Conference Room. More >> Steve Simmons from Petal High School. The Veterans' Program is at Petal High School on Friday, November 8th. It begins with a breakfast at 8:30, and the ceremony to honor veterans immediately following.More >> The benefit for Lt. Tony Stiles takes place November 9 from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at East Jones Elementary School. Barbecue plates will be served for $7. Tickets can be purchased at the door -- or at Jones County Sheriff Department, Jones County Emergency Operations Center, Jones County Volunteer Fire Department or City Cleaners in Laurel. Visit www.facebook.com/PrayingForLtTonyStiles for more details.More >> The regular season for the Lady Eagles starts November 8 at 11:00 a.m. at Reed Green Coliseum at Southern Miss in Hattiesburg. The Lady Eagles play against West Alabama. Visit www.southernmiss.com for details, a full schedule and ticket information.More >> Anita Knott, Behavorial Specialist, Hattiesburg Public Schools
Billy can be reached at 601-297-5659.More >> The regular season starts November 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Reed Green Coliseum at Southern Miss in Hattiesburg. The Golden Eagles play against the Jackson State Tigers. Visit www.southernmiss.com for details, a full schedule and ticket information.More >> The Southern Miss Library needs the public's help in getting books into the hands of children.More >> The EPA is celebrating its 75th anniversary at its office on July 2 in Waynesboro, July 10 in Laurel and July 12 in Petal. For more details, visit www.dixieepa.com or call 601-425-2535.More >> Our guest may be contacted by calling 601-271-2540.More >> The reunion takes place July 2-7 with several events throughout Hattiesburg. For more details, visit http://eurohattiesburg.org/ or call 601-544-6242.)More >>
Jones County authorities said a wanted felon who escaped into a wooded area after leading them on a brief car chase through the northwest part of the county Tuesday afternoon should be considered "armedMore >> Sheriff's Department investigators said Ralston Sinclair Keyes, 29, who is wanted on drug and weapons charges, fled from authorities about 2 p.m. in a small SUV, after they spotted him on a county road.More >> Police received on Tuesday afternoon reports of shots fired at Courtyard Apartments off 7th Street. Police responded to the call, but upon arrival no victim or suspect was discovered at the scene. ReportsMore >> Reports of shots fired at Courtyard apartments off 7th Street were called in to the Hattiesburg Poilce Department Tuesday afternoon.More >> Hattiesburg High School has had a string of burglaries in the last week resulting in four computers, two wireless keyboard, and two wireless mice stolen. Two Apple Computers were stolen Thursday nightMore >> Hattiesburg High School has had a string of burglaries in the last week resulting in four computers, two wireless keyboard, and two wireless mice stolen.More >> A local man is thankful to be alive – after falling into a creek. The Jones County Fire Council, which provided the photo, says the unidentified 64-year-old man tumbled approximately 35 feet down a steepMore >> A Jones County man is thankful to be alive after falling into a creek.More >> A six-year-old Colorado boy has been suspended for sexual harassment after kissing a classmate on the hand.More >> A six-year-old Colorado boy has been suspended for sexual harassment after kissing a classmate on the hand.More >>
In the wake of Gov. Phil Bryant's energy summit last week, Southern Miss President Dr. Rodney Bennett is taking time to tout some of what he calls the "life-changing" energy research going on at USM. DuringMore >> During a media roundtable Wednesday morning, Dr. Bennett introduced faculty and students involved in ground-breaking energy research on solar cells and plant oils.More >> Local and state law enforcement agencies are gearing up for the annual December Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign. The nationwide program is funded through federal grants that support law enforcementMore >> Local and state law enforcement agencies are gearing up for the annual December Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign.More >> Crown Health Care Laundry Services is beginning to move equipment into the Columbia Site. The Pensacola-based company has taken care of the laundry needs for many hospitals in the area for years andMore >> Crown Health Care Laundry Services is beginning to move equipment into the Columbia Site.More >> This is a news release from Mayor Johnny DuPree's office Despite the Feb. 10 tornado that ravaged the heart of the city and rough weather on August 1 that produced heavy rain and intense lightening secondsMore >> Hattiesburg's National Night Out Against Crime Campaign ranks eighth place on the nation's top 10 list.More >> This is an issued statement from Linsday Miller, a JCJC student who recently competed in the Dr. Pepper Scholarship competition. "Being a part of the Dr. Pepper Tuition Giveaway has been an incredibleMore >> This is an issued statement from Linsday Miller, a JCJC student who recently competed in the Dr. Pepper Scholarship competition. More >>