Hub City Service Dogs presents the first-ever Jolly Jamboree -- a Christmas concert with local country music singer Cadie Calhoun. The show takes place on December 17 at 8 p.m at Brewsky's in Hattiesburg. Seating is limited and COVID-19 guidelines will be followed. For ticket information, visit www.HubCityServiceDogs.org or call 601-596-4495. Proceeds benefit Hub City Service Dogs -- which provides reliable service dogs for people with disabilities and medical disorders. In
The Small Business Development Center, based at Southern Miss' main campus in Hattiesburg, will conduct a free online seminar on QuickBooks with John Stumph, an owner of a local accounting firm, on December 14. Visit https://clients.mssbdc.org/workshop.aspx?ekey=25400114 to find out how to register online.
The Forrest County Sheriff’s Department is asking for your help in locating the following suspects wanted for various unrelated crimes in the area. The following images were submitted to FOX23 from the sheriff's department. Steven Lane Boler, 47, of Hattiesburg, is wanted for taking a motor vehicle, authorities said. Calvin Dewayne Johnson, 40, of Purvis, is wanted for identity fraud, authorities said. Dekuana Marchelle Ratcliff, 41, of Hattiesburg, is wanted for possession
(The following is a press release from the Mississippi Attorney General's office and the Mississippi State Department of Health.) The Mississippi Attorney General’s Office and the Mississippi Department of Health urge consumers to use caution to avoid falling victim to medical marijuana scams. Since passage of Initiative 65 last month, the Attorney General’s Office has received questions about advertisements claiming to offer pre-registration for medical marijuana cards in Mi
(The following is a press release from South Central Regional Medical Center.) December 2, 2020 ― Officials at South Central Regional Medical Center (SCRMC) announced today that patient visitation is being restricted for the safety of patients, staff and the community. With the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the state, the healthcare team at South Central believes the revised visitation policy which will go into effect Thursday, December 3, 2020 is the right thin