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  • LIST: Hattiesburg to close roads for Jimmy Buffett concert

    LIST: Hattiesburg to close roads for Jimmy Buffett concert

    Monday, April 23 2018 4:58 PM EDT2018-04-23 20:58:05 GMT
    Expected road closures in downtown Hattiesburg on Thursday, April 6, for the Jimmy Buffet concert at the Saenger Theater. (Photo source: City of Hattiesburg)Expected road closures in downtown Hattiesburg on Thursday, April 6, for the Jimmy Buffet concert at the Saenger Theater. (Photo source: City of Hattiesburg)

    Several roads will close in downtown Hattiesburg on Thursday, April 6, for the Jimmy Buffet concert at the Saenger Theater.

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    Several roads will close in downtown Hattiesburg on Thursday, April 6, for the Jimmy Buffet concert at the Saenger Theater.

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  • Police: Man breaks into bar, takes nap before leaving

    Police: Man breaks into bar, takes nap before leaving

    Monday, April 23 2018 4:45 PM EDT2018-04-23 20:45:13 GMT
    Police say this is the man who broke into The Hideaway in Ocean Springs. (Photo Source: Ocean Springs Police)Police say this is the man who broke into The Hideaway in Ocean Springs. (Photo Source: Ocean Springs Police)

    Police say a man tapped out after breaking into an Ocean Springs bar on Sunday. Now they need your help finding him.

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    Police say a man tapped out after breaking into an Ocean Springs bar on Sunday. Now they need your help finding him.

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  • No more 'waste dirt' in Lamar County

    No more 'waste dirt' in Lamar County

    Monday, April 23 2018 4:30 PM EDT2018-04-23 20:30:18 GMT
    Road Manager Tommy Jones said the service stopped immediately after learning about the lawsuit. (Photo Source: WDAM)Road Manager Tommy Jones said the service stopped immediately after learning about the lawsuit. (Photo Source: WDAM)

    Lamar County residents will no longer be able to receive a 'waste dirt' delivery after a officials found out the service has been breaking the law.

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    Lamar County residents will no longer be able to receive a 'waste dirt' delivery after a officials found out the service has been breaking the law.

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