Until just recently, you may have had to wait through several light changes at intersections on Highway 45 Alternate in West Point before you could advance.
City councilmen may have more money to work with than originally planned to pave streets and fix major drainage issues across Columbus.
Columbus Light & Water customers are about to start paying more for water.
About $25,000 in back pay to sub-contractors for two Lowndes County house rebuilding projects will be paid by the county and reimbursed by the state.
If you want to taste some of the best barbecue offered in the Southeast this weekend, you won't have to go very far to do it.
A familiar name to county and city parks and recreation has been chosen to replace Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority Executive Director Roger Short in January.
A former Tuscaloosa, Alabama, tourism bureau director with Columbus ties was recently arrested and charged with theft in Alabama.
West Point Selectmen re-appointed Tim Brinkley and Jackie Edwards as members of the Golden Triangle Development LINK Board of Directors during their meeting Tuesday.
The Starkville Parks Commission passed its Fiscal Year 2015 budget Tuesday during its monthly meeting but will ask aldermen to pitch in more money to pay for utility expenses.
Though the severe line of storms that passed through the Golden Triangle last night did not spawn any tornadoes, it reminded Lowndes County E-911 Director Cindy Lawrence that having an extra layer of emergency notification for residents was necessary.
The 11th installment of Caledonia Days begins Friday and will feature entertainment ranging from country and gospel music to a pet parade to a lawnmower race.
There has been a billboard ban in the city limits of Columbus for 14 years.
A work session on Columbus' redistricting plan has been tentatively set for Oct. 21 at the Municipal Complex.
If you own one of the 638 homes or 44 businesses recently annexed into the city of Columbus, you'll be paying more property taxes, but some of that cost will be offset by lower insurance rates due to improved fire protection.
Ninety pieces of unused equipment have made the city of Columbus $90,270.
It will now cost more money to hold an event at the Trotter Convention Center.
Each property owner that has not had an instance of violent crime at one of its events in the past five years is exempt from that requirement.
Three candidates applied to be the city of Columbus' appointment to a regional economic development board, but councilmen couldn't agree on a selection.
More than 83 miles of unstriped roads in Lowndes County will be striped after supervisors awarded a contract during their meeting Monday.
The candidates hoping to replace the vacant District 17 Mississippi Senate are set after the deadline to qualify passed Monday.
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