Ward 6 Councilman Bill Gavin can remember standing in holes caused by eroded soil on either side of the bridge on Deer Run Road.
The city of Columbus is seeking grant funds to remove and replace homes on blighted properties.
A scheduled request for an appeal on a zoning variance granted for a townhouse project at the corner of Sixth Avenue South and Seventh Street is on hold after city officials and developer Kenny Frye discussed options for alternatives late last week.
Lowndes County is moving along with the next phase of work on its horse park.
The Golden Triangle's three primary cities posted a mixed bag for sales tax results in May.
The future of West Point's chief administrative officer is unclear after an attempt to reappoint him died at the table Tuesday evening.
West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley's service with the department has come to an end, after selectmen unanimously accepted his resignation Tuesday during the first meeting of the new board term.
The former Omnova property may soon have a new owner that's interested in attracting a tenant to fill the site.
Oktibbeha County's circuit clerk pleaded guilty to felony possession of methamphetamine Monday in Clay County Circuit Court.
Mill values for every tax-levying entity in Lowndes County appear to be up this year, according to preliminary figures from Tax Assessor Greg Andrews' office.
The new term hit a speed bump during Thursday's city council meeting when councilmen knotted over whom to name vice mayor.
East Mississippi Community College may have issued bonds for local funding for the Communiversity without the proper authorization resolutions in place.
The 2017-21 city council term officially begins today, and the new council will hold its first meeting Thursday evening.
A recently launched website is encouraging drivers to check for open recalls on their vehicles.
A new law took effect on Saturday that gave Mayhew Junction something to celebrate.
David Armstrong still isn't quite sure what to do with the walls in his office.
The Columbus Police Department is conducting an internal investigation into the work of its animal control officers due to a report submitted by a private investigator.
Kirk Sudduth needed some relief for his senses Tuesday morning, and he was willing to take it just about any way he could get it.
If everything works out as planned, Lowndes County may be able to issues its funding for the Communiversity on a 10-year term, rather than for 20 years.
Work on the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater's first phase is expected to finish next month, weather permitting.
J5 Broaddus Senior Project Manager Robyn Eastman said progress at the amphitheater has generally progressed well, even with the heavy rains that have hit the area for the past few weeks.
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