Several glaring issues revealed in the city’s annual audit could be a sign of rough waters to come for Hattiesburg.Read More →
Back in 1994, the United States dealt with a different immigration crisis. Instability in Haiti led to thousands riding on everything that would float to head north.Read More →
We’ll take pension reform for a thousand.
Make no mistake, Mississippi is playing “Jeopardy” with its retirement fund.Read More →
State Sen. Chris McDaniel intimates he’s not concerned about his political fate as he continues to fight the results of the June 24 GOP primary runoff.Read More →
Sweetheart deals don’t get any better than this.
A 10-year contract with no competition gets a two-year extension, even before the contract expires.Read More →
The cost for Mississippi to meet proposed Environmental Protection Agency regulations governing carbon dioxide emissions from coal power plants could run into the billions.
Guess who’ll be footing the tab? Everyone who pays an electric bill.Read More →