Times are tough when the city sets a record for sales tax revenues and just breaks even.
A Columbus business owner will ask once more for permission to build a shoe store on Warpath Road at tonight's Columbus City Council meeting.
Columbus and Lowndes County will participate in the Annual Statewide Tornado Drill on Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. conducted by the National Weather Service.
As the air chills, many Golden Triangle residents are bracing for a winter of discontent with their utility bills.
North Mississippi's congressional race is turning into a multimillion dollar contest as Democrats work to hold onto the seat they won in 2008 and Republicans try to reclaim it.
Lowndes County supervisors will decide soon if there's anything left to salvage of the 62-year-old former health department on Military Road.
Columbus police are on the lookout today for a 43-year-old man who kicked in the doors to a woman's house and bedroom and chased her with a sword.
Monthly fuel costs this month are down 5 percent from October, saving customers between $3.50 and $7 on their bills, according to the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Two women suffered non-critical injuries Friday after their cars collided on Bluecutt Road in Columbus.
From the creation of the Negro National League in 1920, the country's first black professional baseball players were forced to deal with adversity on a daily basis.
Counting down to the Nov. 2 1st Congressional District election, Republican challenger Alan Nunnelee is touting Lowndes County as an example of what can happen under the right federal leadership.
Just two and a half years into his tenure as 1st District Representative, Travis Childers is comfortable letting his record speak for itself.
Owning a home may be part of the American dream, but that dream is facing hard realities in Columbus and Lowndes County.
The Superfund arm of the Environmental Protection Agency has many challenges to overcome as they work to clear contaminants left from a 90-acre wood-treatment site on 14th Avenue North -- the first of which is trust.
More than 70 people were offered jobs after last week's Golden Triangle Employment Expo and hundreds more wait to hear back from companies after on-site interviews.
Marlee Matlin doesn't do anything halfway, including leaving an impression at Mississippi University for Women. The youngest woman ever to win an Academy Award for a leading role was on campus Thursday to meet with students and speak at the 2010 Welty Gala.
A 36-year-old Columbus man died Thursday after his truck ran off Highway 45 and rolled in Lowndes County.
Do you believe in ghosts? A trip to some of Columbus' most haunted houses and visits from beyond the grave at Friendship Cemetery could be enough to convert the most skeptic nonbelievers.
Columbus may be without a permanent city judge for a month or more, but there are no shortage of candidates expressing interest.
Joe Higgins is not happy with the Columbus Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau, and he's making no secret of it.
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