It's been more than two years since Mike Hainsey approached local governments to put together an incentive package to help bring westbound air service to the Golden Triangle Regional Airport.
Neither Columbus police nor the Mississippi Department of Human Services plan to press charges against two adults who left a 6-year-old child unattended Monday at a Columbus hotel.
A mayoral candidate has applied for a seat on the Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees, raising questions of what might happen if an individual secures both positions.
Columbus Police Department has reported a dead bald eagle found in the city to the Mississippi Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
On February 17, 1992, Kenneth P'Pool met a crowd of fellow history and architecture lovers on Mississippi University for Women's campus for the first membership meeting of the Mississippi Heritage Trust.
Columbus Police Department will host a career day on Saturday at the Municipal Complex.
They call him "Stan the Man." Stan Glover, surrounded by friends and family, retired Friday from his work at the Columbus ACT Center after more than 50 years.
Late Friday afternoon, eight kids were gathered at a clubhouse at Cypress Park Apartments on South Lehmberg Road in Columbus, six of whom were playing a game of musical chairs under the direction of Natasha Morris.
K.B. Turner has made law enforcement his life.
In another three months or so, a new amphitheater in Columbus could be open for business
Columbus Light and Water's financial troubles in the water department seem to be turning around, according to a financial report from the utility's general manager Todd Gale.
A murder victim's attacker has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault.
A Lowndes County man is in jail after he allegedly broke a family member's jaw during an altercation on his wedding day.
Nancy Carpenter, executive director for the Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau, was named Mississippi's Business Woman of the Year for 2017 on Thursday by the Mississippi Business Journal.
City authorities have asked for the public's help identifying a man accused of stealing a wallet, fraudulently using a credit card from it and taking a vehicle from Wholesale Auto.
An attorney defending former Columbus police officer Canyon Boykin in a federal wrongful death lawsuit is questioning whether the plaintiff is actually the father of the deceased.
For Rhonda King, added security is one of her favorite things about her new home.
A Columbus man was arrested last week after posting inappropriate pictures of his ex-girlfriend online without her consent.
Industrial development prospects for the city of Columbus are likely to be few, and while the outlook is more promising in Lowndes County, even those prospects may diminish unless the state adopts a new strategy, Joe Max Higgins said Wednesday.
Johnny Fancher, retired Columbus Fire & Rescue captain, adds tomatoes as Rick Graves, retired CFR battalion chief, stirs Brunswick stew at Fire Station No. 1 in Columbus this morning. The stew will be sold starting at noon today to benefit the Lowndes County Council of Aging.
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2. Man pleads guilty to robbing railroad worker COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
3. Sheriff's office investigating former Caledonia teacher for sexual misconduct COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. Eagles flourish in Golden Triangle COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. Inaugural MUW Symposium plays to overflow crowds, rave reviews COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY