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Caroline Wood


Hattiesburg, MS, United States

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Past articles by Caroline:

Junior Auxiliary of Hattiesburg’s Charity Ball coming up

Junior Auxiliary of Hattiesburg’s annual fundraiser is about to waltz into the area later this month. → Read More

Moratorium to be put in place for section of The Avenues

The city of Hattiesburg is putting a moratorium on a part of The Avenues to complete a master plan study. → Read More

Recruit Class 40 graduates from Hattiesburg Police Academy

A new group of men and women swore to protect the city of Hattiesburg and its citizens this morning at the Hattiesburg Police Department’s training academy graduation. → Read More

City of Hattiesburg says more funds needed for Hall Avenue East project

The city of Hattiesburg is asking for more funds for the Hall Avenue East Overpass project, an additional $325,299. → Read More

National Night Out brings community and city leaders together

Tuesday made for a busy evening in Hattiesburg as city leaders, first responders and community members came together for the annual National Night Out on Crime neighborhood parties. → Read More

City of Hattiesburg planning $5.5 million for parks & rec projects

The City of Hattiesburg is working to make changes to some of its public facilities. → Read More

Hattiesburg schools make major jump in MDE accountability ratings; HHS no longer ‘F-rated’

Hattiesburg Public Schools made quite the jump on the State Department of Education’s grade scale. → Read More

Hattiesburg schools receiving 20 tutors to address learning loss

A local organization is gearing up to help students in a Pine Belt school district. → Read More

Hattiesburg’s new public safety complex up and running

Hattiesburg’s new 90,000-square-foot public safety complex is up and running. → Read More

City of Hattiesburg, PRCC teaming up for workplace education program

The collaboration will allow students in the program to work on public facilities owned by the city. → Read More

Hattiesburg applying for MLB-MLBPA grant for reconstruction of Jaycee Park

The city will use the $325,000 grant to help reconstruct two fields at Jaycee Memorial Park. → Read More

Tax Increment Funding amendment made for Midtown infrastructure

Commonly referred to as ‘TIF,’ it adds another $2.85 million for infrastructure improvements in the Midtown area. → Read More

Open call for artists to create new mural on USM campus

Calling all artists! The Hattiesburg Alliance for Public Art is looking for a muralist. → Read More

‘It’s an honor,’ Hattiesburg Clinic named Best Place to Work in Miss. by Forbes

A local doctor’s office is the best place to work in the state according to a well-known business magazine. → Read More

Junior Auxiliary of Hattiesburg to hold ‘Stuff-A-Truck Diaper Drive’

The ‘Stuff-A-Truck Diaper Drive’ is happening Saturday, Sept. 17 from 9 a.m.-noon. It’ll be at Target in Hattiesburg. → Read More

Project SEARCH helps students with intellectual disabilities prepare for workforce

A program helping prepare students with intellectual disabilities just kicked off its 4th year. → Read More

City of Hattiesburg passes $140.4M budget for FY23

The $140.4 million budget highlights infrastructure, employee pay and a balanced general fund. → Read More

City of Hattiesburg to hold cornhole tournament

Get your beanbags and boards ready because the City of Hattiesburg Parks & Recreation is having a cornhole tournament. → Read More

Petal to redraw some ward lines following uptick in population

The City of Petal is growing, and because of that, some ward lines have to be redrawn. → Read More

Hattiesburg frees up ARPA funds for certain infrastructure projects

Earlier this year, the city ordered a fire truck and five sanitation trucks for about $1.4 million using ARPA funds. → Read More