A local state representative is raising concerns about a bill that would channel payments from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill settlement to a fund for projects on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Campbell Proffitt said the bald eagles near his restaurant are special in different ways to different people.
Garthia Halbert, a candidate in Columbus' mayoral race, agreed before a lunacy hearing in Lowndes County Chancery Court on Thursday to seek treatment at Community Counseling Services.
A Columbus mayoral candidate faces a lunacy hearing today in Lowndes County Chancery Court.
The race for Ward 4 Columbus councilman now fields four candidates.
The Columbus City Council approved a resolution Tuesday for an agreement with a local company to take care of more than $70,000 in back taxes and late note payments on its property.
It used to be that bed keys were some of the most important tools firefighters carried.
The Columbus City Council voted 6-0 to reappoint Jason Spears to a five-year the Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees.
Sales tax collections in the Golden Triangle are a mixed bag so far in the 2016-17 fiscal year.
A West Point veterinarian's analysis of a bald eagle found dead in Columbus Monday raises questions about how the bird died.
A mayoral candidate has applied for a seat on the Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees, raising questions of what might happen if an individual secures both positions.
Columbus Police Department has reported a dead bald eagle found in the city to the Mississippi Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
Columbus Police Department will host a career day on Saturday at the Municipal Complex.
They call him "Stan the Man."
Stan Glover, surrounded by friends and family, retired Friday from his work at the Columbus ACT Center after more than 50 years.
Columbus Light and Water's financial troubles in the water department seem to be turning around, according to a financial report from the utility's general manager Todd Gale.
An attorney defending former Columbus police officer Canyon Boykin in a federal wrongful death lawsuit is questioning whether the plaintiff is actually the father of the deceased.
For Rhonda King, added security is one of her favorite things about her new home.
Two more candidates have filed to run for the mayor's office in city elections.
Mia Jones found the Golden Triangle WIN Job Center to be more helpful than she expected.
A pair of bills legislators could use to revamp Mississippi's education died after failing to meet a Thursday deadline.
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