Today, The Dispatch will kick off college football season with its first weekly college football page.
A 76-year-old man has been indicted for fondling.
High school football players have long been kings of American adolescents. Athleticism, uniforms and championships have always been able to catapult kids battling acne and chasing crushes into the spotlight.
The Columbus Police Department has ordered 50 video cameras that patrol officers will begin wearing this fall.
A man wanted in connection with a 1979 cold case murder in Florida has been arrested in Columbus.
Lowndes County voters on Tuesday rejected a $47 million bond issue that would have built a new vocational center and a new high school, as well as numerous capital improvements throughout the Lowndes County School District.
Every freshman and sophomore at Columbus High School is performing below grade level in mathematics, according to Columbus Municipal School District Superintendent Philip Hickman.
CalStar threw the switch on its brick and paver manufacturing plant in June to test equipment. In July, employees began making product.
A Columbus man convicted last week of two counts of aggravated assault was sentenced Monday to serve 32 years in prison.
The murder trial involving a Steens man accused of shooting his wife's lover is scheduled to begin today in Lowndes County Circuit Court.
A New Hope man remains in custody more than five months after being accused of shooting two Lowndes County deputies in front of his Drake Circle home.
The Mississippi Library Association has announced that Michael Farris Smith of Columbus is the recipient of its 2014 Mississippi Author Award for fiction.
A Lowndes County jury has found a Columbus man guilty of two counts of aggravated assault stemming from a 2012 shooting that left one man blind and another injured.
Lowndes County voters who reside outside Columbus city limits will head to the polls Tuesday to decide on a $47 million bond issue that could revamp campuses in New Hope, Caledonia and West Lowndes.
The tree that took three lives along Officers Lake Road late last month is no more. Lowndes County road crews cut it down nearly two weeks ago.
Old photographs in the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library archives reveal that balconies were once commonplace in downtown Columbus. Black and white images from the dawn of the 20th century show Main Street lined with balcony after balcony. But after World War I, the balconies faded. By the 1920s, they were gone.
A Columbus teenager has been charged with the statutory rape of two victims.
Mississippi's Lieutenant Governor anticipates that in next year's session, state legislators will be able to appropriate the largest allocation to community colleges in Mississippi history.
The city of Columbus, because of looming increases in insurance premiums, will no longer offer health insurance coverage to its retirees.
2. Lowndes man indicted for fondling COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. CPD officers to begin wearing body cameras COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY