The introduction of the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus 2016 Charity Ball king and queen Saturday evening brought cheers from a capacity crowd at Trotter Convention Center.
Only five months ago, the aging white house at the corner of Third Avenue North and 14th Street in Columbus stood empty and silent.
An official book launch to celebrate the release of Dr. Kendall Dunkelberg's third poetry collection will be held Tuesday, March 29 from 5-6:30 p.m. in the Puckett House on the Mississippi University for Women campus.
New citizens from around the globe will be officially sworn in as United States citizens at The Mill at Mississippi State University on April 1 at 11 a.m. in the facility's ballroom.
Grayce and Dewitt Hicks never set out to acquire a chapel.
The Bernard Romans Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Columbus celebrated its 2016 Good Citizen State winner, Joy Carino, as she was honored at the State Conference in Jackson in February.
Aspirin can knock out minor aches and pains, but what if it also could play a role in cancer prevention?
Spring is here, and many people will jump into the annual spring cleaning ritual in their homes and offices, trashing the old and getting rid of the clutter.
It was feeding time at the Bradford barn, and the stall residents were restless. Horses -- as any horseperson can testify -- have clocks in their tummies.
Junior Auxiliary of Columbus announces the members of its 66th annual Charity Ball court.
Chris Jenkins has been a familiar sight on the Mississippi University for Women campus for more than two decades -- usually with a camera in tow.
Julia Wells really likes a good Christian romance novel. She set out to find one on an afternoon bright with spring promise, in a cheerful room with butter-yellow walls near the Trinity Place Retirement Community dining room.
It's time to drop the cliche that older generations don't know what they're doing with today's technology.
Standing desks aren't exactly a new idea. Leonardo Da Vinci, Benjamin Franklin, authors Ernest Hemingway and Virginia Woolf, and former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld used them.