Second chances are taking root in a modest gray building on Military Road in Columbus. The peeling, faded paint is gone. Choking weeds are a thing of the past. The roof leaks no more. This building is experiencing a rebirth. It's what the hands and hearts behind SILO Inc. hope for every former inmate who walks through the doors.
Richelle Lenoir came to Mississippi University for Women to become a pianist, but that was until her voice was discovered.
The Adult Services Department of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System announces it will host Job Readiness Workshops and a Career Fair in September.
I have had my fair share of sunglasses -- the good, the bad and the ugly.
On the eve of its 30th anniversary, Main Street Columbus has received 501(c)3 tax-exempt status, the organization announced recently.
What does your Twitter profile say about you? How can tweeting make you smarter and help your career? How can tweeting make for a more focused and productive life?
During the annual dog days of summer, it's a really good thing to have reliable plants in the garden and landscape.
There's so much for parents to talk about with teens heading off to college for the first time.
Back-to-school fever reaches a high pitch this week. Minds will turn (yes, some reluctantly) from swimming to sums, from camps to compositions.
Growing up in North Carolina where seafood is plentiful, I tended to take shrimp in summer for granted.
The neatly-lettered sign out front was inconspicuous; the facility was less than grand -- but even before mounting the steps to the small, beige tin-sided space, indications were that something special was going on inside.