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Hattiesburg mayoral candidates debate ahead of election - WDAM ...
The three candidates running to be Hattiesburg's next mayor discussed issues facing the city on Wednesday night at The University of Southern Mississippi.
Hattiesburg mayoral candidates talk infrastructure, education, moreHattiesburg American

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Police searching for suspect in Hancock Bank robbery
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -. Hattiesburg police are searching for a man who they said robbed Hancock Bank Thursday morning. Police believe the suspect may have ran into nearby woods. Lt. Jon Traxler with HPD said the robbery happened around 9:20 ...

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Oak Grove tax office closing for renovations
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -. With continued growth in Lamar County, the Oak Grove tax assessor's office will be closed next week for renovations. “It's going to be closed all week (May 29th - June 2nd) for us to renovate the lobby area, it's just too ...

Open forum held to discuss To Go Cup Ordinance
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -. An open forum to discuss the proposed To-Go Cup ordinance was held at the Cultural Center in Downtown Hattiesburg Wednesday. Residents and business owners had the opportunity to voice their opinions and concerns ...

One of Trump's potential lawyers in Russia probe has history in Mississippi
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -. President Donald Trump has narrowed his legal team to four potential lawyers, and one of those lawyers once tried a notorious federal case here in Hattiesburg. According to the Washington Post, President Trump is actively ...

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