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

  Hamburgers, hot rods and live music part of PDI Reunion 2019

  Citizens march against violence in Hattiesburg

  Mount Olive preparing for Scarecrow Festival

  City of Lumberton hosts Olde Tyme Festival

  400 residents in Mount Olive getting new water meters

  2,000 expected for 9th PDI Reunion

  Columbia to co-fund Christmas Extravaganza that was privately funded in 2018

  Attorney general candidate campaigns in Hattiesburg

  WCHS hosting 5th annual marching band competition Saturday

  WCU making progress on new, three-story student center

  Collins Elementary teachers celebrate first “A” accountability rating

  Moselle VFD hosts first Oktoberfest

  Gulf Coast’s Armorbearers rebuilding vet’s home destroyed by fire

  State VA cemetery presented national award in Collins

  Firefighting in Covington Co. improves after 8 graduate with Level One certification

  USM hosts Hood, Reeves in first gubernatorial debate

  Lumberton honors victims, survivors of domestic violence

  USM Career & Internship Expo brings students, potential employers together

  Pink Up: Cancer survivor preparing to host 6th “Pink Monday” in Hattiesburg

  Heidelberg church holds service honoring breast cancer survivor

Three Hattiesburg churches participate in “Blessing of the Pets”

  Jones College kicks off Homecoming 2019 with traditional parade

  Several festivals held in the Pine Belt Saturday

  Laurel’s Loblolly Fest celebrating 10th anniversary

  Hattiesburg American Legion post to celebrate 100th anniversary next week

4 soldiers injured in Camp Shelby training recovering in hospital

  Military leaders release more details on Camp Shelby training accident

  Hattiesburg-Laurel Regional Airport looks for ways to boost boardings

  PG Technologies donates $25K for workforce development at LHS

  2nd “Education in Industry” at JC brings together students, industry leaders