The application period for the Mississippi Hills Community Grant Program begins on Jan. 3 and ends on Feb 28.
Michael knows he can do better. The up-and-coming staffer at a local manufacturing firm has an eye on making the management team before long. He's felt flat lately, though -- physically and mentally -- and he thinks he knows why.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library's Local History Department (LHD) has processed and digitized the Wylie Coleman Banks Scrapbook covering life in and around Lowndes County from 1911 to 1913.
Efforts by nearly 20 Mississippi State architecture majors are making the Magnolia State's oldest community club more accessible.
The Famous Maroon Band at Mississippi State University is seeking $600,000 in private gifts toward a new synthetic turf field that will enable practice sessions during extreme weather.
As the final note of "Carol of the Bells" faded, those listening at Leadership Plaza in downtown Columbus Wednesday morning showed their appreciation with applause.
Tonight there may not be a creature stirring, but in the days leading up to Christmas, the young and young-at-heart have been active. Excitement has filled the air at parades, tree lightings and special events that lit up smiles and often touched the heart. Enjoy these few moments of the season captured by camera. And don't forget to put out a little something for the reindeer.
While not everyone may find turning 50 so much fun, Belle Fleur Garden Club is making the most of it.
A Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science student is a contest winner in an international competition among high school students of Russian.
On Wednesday, St. Paul's Episcopal Church's Junior Daughters of the King members delivered on multiple service projects they took on this Christmas season.
Crumbling brick pillars at Greenlawn Memorial Park cemetery in east Columbus show the wear and tear of time. The tangle of brush that covered them not long ago, however, is gone.
Jesse Lynn Dodson, William (Willa) Jones, Thomas Ferguson Critz, Lee R. Jerry. These four men born in the Golden Triangle are among the estimated 4,187 Mississippians who lost their lives in World War II. Many of their stories are unknown.
Excited first-graders filed into the auditorium at Fairview Elementary School in Columbus Tuesday morning to receive an early Christmas gift.
Christmas and other holidays are right around the corner, and for many people, it's the most wonderful time of the year.
Thirty Adult Basic Education students in East Mississippi Community College's Launch Pad program received high school equivalency diplomas Dec. 7 in a graduation ceremony on the Golden Triangle campus.
Fourteen Mississippi veterans who supported U.S. efforts during the Korean War were presented with the Ambassador for Peace Medal by Republic of Korea Consul General Hyung Gil Kim during a ceremony Dec. 11 at East Mississippi Community College.
Chloe Adams is considering her options. As of this week, she hopes to grow up to be a teacher and professional chef. Oh, and a doctor. "And I want to work at Walmart, too!" she giggled.
Identity theft takes many forms, but theft of a child's identity is one of the most difficult frauds to detect and can go unnoticed for years.