City Hall Celebrates Centennial Kick-off
Mayor Johnny Magee was greeted by several past mayors, neighboring mayors, dignitaries and councilmen. Yet, his message was a personal one. “This is your building. This is your City Hall,” Magee said, on Thursday August 14 on the front steps of City Hall in front of hundreds that gathered to celebrate. Among attenders were past…Read More
Flag Football Sign-ups Underway
7-On-7 Adult League Flag Football Registration Deadline is fast approaching: August 30, 2014. Entry Fee: $15.00 ADULTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR COSTS OF UNIFORM!!! All games will be played on Thursday and Saturday evenings. To register, stop by the L.T. Ellis Center or call Stacy Comegys at 601-422-5723.
Laurel Sets to Repair Sewer System
Laurel City Council voted to accept a nearly $5 million bid from Hemphill Construction Co. of Florence to repair and replace the city’s sewer system set to begin in August. With plans already approved by the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality and a Water Pollution Control Revolving Loan in place, the city is set to…Read More
Laurel Outgives Hattiesburg
Yesterday, employees of the City of Laurel donated blood through the United Blood Services at Cameron Center. Employees from the Laurel Fire Department, Parks & Recreation, Public Works, and City Hall administration participated in donating blood. Pictured is Shikinia Ward, Code Enforcement officer, and Carol Tillery, Executive Administrative Assistant to the Mayor, who came out…Read More