The meeting between Sandra Osorio and her daughter Jessica Douglas came sooner than expected. Douglas was taken from Puerto Rico as a baby, after Osorio left her with a friend as she settled in the states.
With May being Military Appreciation Month and significant military pension changes having taken effect last year, the personal-finance website WalletHub has released its report on 2019’s Best & Worst States for Military Retirees, as well as Memorial Day facts.
From being the only USO in the City of Hattiesburg for African American soldiers in 1942 to now being a historical building, the one of a kind African American Military History Museum celebrated their 10-year anniversary on Saturday.
The City of Hattiesburg has proclaimed this week as Police Week to pay tribute to officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice and to recognize police for their efforts in keeping our communities safe.
The city of Lumberton is welcoming in a new chief of police. Adam Jones has been with the Lumberton Police Department for the last two years. He said he has always wanted to have a career in law enforcement. (Source: WDAM)
Representatives of the G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center spoke with Pine Belt veterans Wednesday at the Sherrill Community Center in Hattiesburg during a Veterans Town Hall and Outreach Meeting.
WDAM sat down with a nurse practitioner from Southeast Mississippi Rural Health Initiative Inc. to talk about the upcoming National Women's Health Week where all women are invited to a, "free check-up day."