Status quo can mean distinctly different things to different people.
About $25,000 in back pay to sub-contractors for two Lowndes County house rebuilding projects will be paid by the county and reimbursed by the state.
An overnight robbery spree Wednesday has landed a Columbus man in custody.
A special meeting of the Columbus Municipal School Board of Trustees this week revealed some troubling news.
If you want to taste some of the best barbecue offered in the Southeast this weekend, you won't have to go very far to do it.
A familiar name to county and city parks and recreation has been chosen to replace Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority Executive Director Roger Short in January.
A group hoping to offer more educational options to elementary-aged children in Columbus has cleared the first hurdle.
The Columbus Police Department is offering a program for locals interested in learning about the inner workings of law enforcement.
Though the severe line of storms that passed through the Golden Triangle last night did not spawn any tornadoes, it reminded Lowndes County E-911 Director Cindy Lawrence that having an extra layer of emergency notification for residents was necessary.
Mississippi University for Women faculty, staff and students are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes and grab a bite to eat for lunch in downtown Columbus Wednesday.
The Mississippi Supreme Court has declined to review the case of a Columbus nurse convicted of abusing an elderly person left in her care.
The 11th installment of Caledonia Days begins Friday and will feature entertainment ranging from country and gospel music to a pet parade to a lawnmower race.
There has been a billboard ban in the city limits of Columbus for 14 years.
For women, the only cancer more common than breast cancer is skin cancer.
Domestic violence victims are now eligible for a 60-day waiver for utility deposits.
Just over a month after a bond intended to fund a capital improvement plan for the district failed to pass, The Lowndes County School Board on Friday voted to move forward with some items in that plan.
A work session on Columbus' redistricting plan has been tentatively set for Oct. 21 at the Municipal Complex.
If you own one of the 638 homes or 44 businesses recently annexed into the city of Columbus, you'll be paying more property taxes, but some of that cost will be offset by lower insurance rates due to improved fire protection.
Ninety pieces of unused equipment have made the city of Columbus $90,270.
A local church sanctuary will soon be coming down after it was condemned last month.
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