This year will mark the 30th anniversary of Edwina Williams' embodiment of the beloved character Mother Goose with the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library.
A house of worship is typically a place of respite. For parents of children with special needs, however, a Sunday at church is often another day of work and worry.
Palmer Home invites the Golden Triangle community to the fourth annual Southern Soiree at The Stables in Starkville Saturday, Feb. 13 for an evening of fine cuisine, live music and a silent auction benefitting the ministries of Palmer Home for Children.
Mississippi University for Women professor Dr. Kim Whitehead and student Brianna Warner were recognized at the Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) Feb. 2.
The Stephen D. Lee Foundation will celebrate Valentine's Day early this year.
A unique research assistant on the Mississippi State University campus is helping with studies that could potentially rewrite rules when it comes to counteracting bullying and possibly solving crimes involving children.
When young Alice had her first adventures in Wonderland in 1865, she didn't know her exploits would inspire a fundraiser for the arts a century and a half later.
The Southern Literary Trail, the nation's first and only tri-state literary trail, has found a new home at Mississippi State University.
On Thursday, Feb. 11 the Lowndes County Soil and Water Conservation District will give away trees in observance of Arbor Day, which is officially Feb. 12 for Mississippi.
Those who have never spent time in sub-Saharan Africa are unlikely to have encountered jiggers. For barefoot children in rural areas there, however, the parasitic sand fleas are all too painfully common.
It is hard to imagine an individual as accomplished as Christy Pickering, CPA, was once the victim of domestic abuse.
The application period for the Mississippi Hills Community Grant Program is coming to an end on Feb. 1.
Freddie Fields' historic 1841 home in Columbus boasts a line of period decor inside, but not in the way one might necessarily expect.
The Shuk-ho-ta Tom-a-ha Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has a 107-year history with a remarkable record of achievements, including its current chapter membership ranging from age 20 to the mid-90s.
4. Pulitzer finalist Martin to deliver reading Thursday ENTERTAINMENT
5. Community Calendar for the week of March 26, 2017 ENTERTAINMENT