The 31st installment of the Seventh Avenue Heritage Festival will honor late Columbus resident Alva N. Temple and highlight his accomplishments in the air and on the ground.
A Columbus hotel whose construction on Highway 45 has seemingly been on and off for three years will open for business early next year, the hotel's developer says.
C Spire officials announced Thursday the company will build a $22 million data-processing center at Mississippi State University's Thad Cochran Research Park, a move which marks the first significant Oktibbeha County investment landed by the Golden Triangle Development Link.
The Commission on Consolidated Starkville School District Structure laid out two plans to address short- and long-term, merger-created logistical needs Thursday but did not cement options on how to successfully join the two systems' student populations in 2015.
A University of Mississippi professor says that a group of Ole Miss students, including football players, disrupted a production of a campus play with "hate speech" on Tuesday night.
Law enforcement authorities were investigating why a Connecticut woman tried to breach a barrier at the White House, setting off a high-speed car chase that put the Capitol on lockdown and ended with her being shot dead by police.
A Caledonia man has been charged with exploitation of a child after he allegedly tried to meet a 13-year-old girl at a local grocery store for sex.
A mentally disabled Columbus man is in critical condition after he was severely beaten Wednesday morning.
A company operating as "Record Transfer Services" based out Wilmington, Del., has been mailing notices to people who have just purchased property in Lowndes County to sell them copies of their deeds for $83.
A teacher saved a student's life last Friday. Jack Sellers, a third-grader at New Hope Elementary, was in his classroom working on a project with Life Savers when he attempted to swallow a piece of the candy. The candy lodged in his airway and the 8-year-old began to choke.
As Starkville's weekend population swells with visitors to Bulldog Bash and Mississippi State University's home game against Louisiana State University, local law enforcement agencies will increase the amount of officers patrolling city and county roads.
2. Busy travel expected on Memorial Day weekend COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
3. Nashville couple supports MSU with communication scholarship STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY