Pearls of wisdom -- or just a smile for the day -- may pop up in the most unexpected places. A coffee house, for instance.
On the surface, a Christmas Tour of Homes in Columbus would seem to have nothing in common with a vacation Beth and Duff Jeffers once took, but look again.
The greenhouses of Palmer Home for Children have gone ruby red, thanks to almost 3,500 Christmas poinsettias.
A counseling center in Columbus that has been a place of healing for more than a decade bears a new name, memorializing a man who propelled its formation.
Mississippi State University again is listed among the Military Times Best for Vets: College 2016 rankings.
Families of all types come together during the holidays through old and new traditions.
The Mississippi Hills Heritage Area Alliance will hold two public workshops, which will deal with the necessary requirements for preparing applications under their recently announced Community Grant Program.
Photographer Laird Bagnall made his way back to Columbus from the Golden Triangle Regional Airport as dawn was breaking Nov. 14. He took the long way home.
The St. Jude Marathon Weekend in Memphis, Tennessee, Dec. 3-5 will have a new cadre in the ranks.
Be thankful. Some argue that, in light of all that is happening in the world around us, it is hard to do. One might counter that, in light of all that is happening in the world around us, it is crucial to do.
Visit Mississippi Director Malcolm White is stepping down from his position as the leader of the state's tourism office, a position he has held for three years.
While most are aware that CONTACT Helpline provides a 24/7 telephone crisis intervention line, they may not know the nonprofit organization checks in daily by phone with hundreds of senior and shut-in Reassurance clients who live alone.
Typical Tuesdays find school-age children everywhere dressing for the day, downing breakfast and heading out to bus stops and carpools. Tuesdays in Columbus, however, offer "schooling" for parents and mentors, too.