Lowndes County plans to borrow an additional $1 million to fund a downtown Columbus soccer complex.
The Columbus City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to cap the number of days an injured or disabled city employee can be on light or restricted duty at 90 days.
The Columbus Red Cross Chapter, which has recently strained to raise funds, has already received pledges for $31,000 in its Heroes Campaign this month.
A Starkville alderman seized on a seemingly routine point of business Tuesday to make a point about expenditures.
A long-neglected county road is on tap for repaving this year.
After a week of debate and the threat of litigation, Lowndes County supervisors Tuesday approved a redistricting plan.
The state Court of Appeals has rejected former Columbus councilman Kamal Karriem's appeal of the revocation of his probation for testing positive for cocaine.
The following sentences were handed down in the March term of the Lowndes County Circuit Court.
Starkville's Board of Aldermen will tell the state House of Representatives what it thinks of the House's proposed redistricting plan tonight.
A 37-year-old Vardaman man died of head trauma early Monday in Memphis, Tenn., after accidentally flipping a four-wheeler in Clay County last week.
The Columbus Planning Commission voted Monday to reject two rezoning requests in Southside that, according to the investment group spokesman, would have brought more than seven new businesses to the low-income area.
The Columbus Air Force Base received an overall Satisfactory grade Monday after a week-long inspection of the unit by 113 military and civilian experts.
Lawbreakers unable to pay their fines may find themselves doing more than picking up trash in the future.
Long before Andre Taylor, 62, owner of Starkville's Level III rentable party spot since 1992, got into the club business, he was guiding local kick-boxers to the top of the world rankings.
Previewing a presidential campaign pitch, Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour is blaming President Barack Obama for the sluggish recovery and accusing him of enacting a series of policies that "created economic uncertainty or directly hurt the economy."
A former West Lowndes Middle School basketball coach has sued the school district and some of its officials for allegedly mishandling a sexual misconduct investigation.
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