Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Headlines:

More racial attacks against white city council members by Glenda Funchess:...

In what has become a recurring theme with the Forrest county NAACP and its close supporters, racially insensitive attacks are launched from the podium...

Marie Hibbler: ‘In Ward 5 they got people that waked up...

Ms. Hibbler, Vice President Hope Drive Neighborhood Association might have a career in motivational speaking. Her entire speech was filled with colorful language....

Oaks District Association President Tom Garmon opposes CPAC; stands with Hattiesburg...

http://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.29.2012/garmon_delgado.flvTom Garmon, editor of this news site and described his bi-racial association's objections to the CPAC redistricting plan. Mr. Garmon went on to give...

Bradley to Delgado: You are out of order. Mayor Johnny Dupree:...

In an unheard move Mayor Johnny Dupree said the council could,"suspend the rules" and allow Delgado to motion to reconsider the appointment of Eleanor...

Hattiesburg downtown… tell us what you think.

Tell us what your favorite part of downtown is in the comments section.

Hattiesburg Sewage Proposals Stink! (by Mr. Jeckyl reader / contributor)

The smell in the downtown area is NOT sewage. The smell is NOT the chicken plant. The smell is rotting molasses produced by USAYeast.The...

Hattiesburg City Councilman Carter Carroll : “We’re talking about six inches?”

Apparently size does matter. Hattiesburg City Councilman Carter Carroll motioned in favor of Jackson Hewitt's appeal to the city council over the planning commission's...

Councilman Naylor hammers Supervisor Ron Woullard and other detractors in response...

Forrest County Supervisor Rod Woullard took the podium and walked the audience on a  good old-fashioned southern stroll of how (TEN YEARS AGO)  he felt...

Hattiesburg City Council president Kim Bradley: “$1.3 million dollars is a...

Councilwoman Delgado moved to table the vote on the across the board 5% pay raise for city workers, giving the council time to discuss...

Council President Kim Bradley, “The taxpayers deserve a little bit better.”

Council President Kim Bradley prevents excessive and wasteful spending on a mini excavator. He noticed that the specifications of the excavator were specific to...
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