Charles Herrington

Charles Herrington

Multimedia Journalist

Moselle, MS

Charles has worked at WDAM for more than two decades. He was born and raised in Hattiesburg and attended the University of Southern Mississippi, where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Radio, T.V. and Film in 1988.

Recent Articles by Charles

  Camp Shelby to get 1st USO in 75 years

  Covington Sheriff’s Dept. hires additional full-time dispatchers

  More than 700 participate in first ‘Farm to Fork Ride or Run’ for Extra Table

  Nearly 14,000 to train at Camp Shelby during summer 2021

  2 companies submit bids to run new Covington Jail kitchen

  Covington County residents participate in National Day of Prayer

  Hattiesburg students learn about post-graduation opportunities at Transition Fair

  Okatoma Fest attracts 12,000 visitors to Collins

  Jones College, Laurel High partnering on ‘Middle College Program’

  Camp Shelby Army Reserve unit gets new commander

  Okatoma Fest returns after cancellation for COVID-19 pandemic, cut short due to 2019 storms

  Hattiesburg students learn about 60s, 70s counterculture with ‘Woodstock’ event

  Students rehearse for JC production of ‘Godspell’ set for this weekend

  Okatoma Fest renewed after being canceled in 2020, cut short in 2019

Suspect to be charged in murder of woman, kidnapping of daughter in Oak Grove

  Pine Belt residents turn in old meds during National Drug Take Back Day

  Volunteers pick up litter in Hattiesburg during Great American Cleanup

  ‘Heroes Walk’ for Hope Clinic held as virtual event

  Recovery efforts continue in Soso one year after Easter tornado

  College food pantries keep students focused on class, not food

  Hattiesburg gets Resilience Award from public relations group

Hattiesburg hosting Great American Cleanup April 24

  Hattiesburg residents react to Chauvin conviction

  Thrift store benefiting Petal animal shelter officially opens

  PRCC to welcome potential students at ‘Wildcat experience’

  Hattiesburg Zoo’s Science Sunday to focus on strawberry DNA

  Pine Belt residents dispose of hazardous household waste at “Right Way to Throw Away Day”

  Shelby museum staff react to opening of National WWI Memorial

  Hattiesburg Zoo to open new giraffe exhibit May 15

  Covington County supervisors seek company to run jail kitchen