A beloved community event is heading into its 15th year. Hattiesburg’s “Live at 5″ has delivered music for a decade and a half for the people of the Pine Belt.
For over 10 years The Depot restaurant catered to customers on Buschman Street in Hattiesburg. If all goes well, the restaurant will open at a new downtown location — 115 Walnut St. — by the end of this week.
Hattiesburg staple, Coney Island Cafe, celebrates its 100-year anniversary this year.
Thousands of people visited downtown Hattiesburg Saturday for an annual street festival of food, live entertainment and one-of-a-kind arts and crafts.
If you’re a fan of food this is the story for you. A Hattiesburg businessman is taking downtown by storm. Nelson Haskin has the ultimate recipe for success.
The Mississippi Main Street Association (MMSA) hosted its first Main Street Legislative Day at the Mississippi State Capitol. Special guests included Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann and Speaker of the House Philip Gunn, who made remarks as the organization shared its economic impact on the state economy and highlighted ongoing downtown revitalization efforts.
Mississippi is home to friendly people living a paced life, with the largest city of Jackson, many small towns and rural spaces. The prideful towns with Southern flair show attitude through attractions and impeccable hospitality along attractive scape, not hiked-up prices.
Now kicking off the spring festival season, the Hattiesburg Craft Beer Festival is set for Saturday, March 4 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Town Square Park.
Think of the Thursday’s gathering of the Downtown Hattiesburg Association as a Janus-like experience, with the organization taking a lingering look back at 2022 before turning its attention to what might be coming down the pike in 2023.
The Downtown Hattiesburg Association is kicking off the spring festival season with an event for craft beer enthusiasts.