While the number of drunk driving arrests decreased last year across Mississippi, Columbus and Starkville proved to be the exceptions.
In what is anticipated to become a regular happening in Columbus, the Mississippi Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship is holding its 16th Annual State Conference in the Friendly City for the first time ever.
Leslie Frazier leaves a wake of success everywhere he goes.
A Columbus teenager died from his injuries today after firefighters pulled him from his burning home.
Local members of the Tea Party gathered in front of Travis Childer's Columbus office on Tuesday to rally against the pending health care bill.
Speaking on behalf of Columbus Mayor Robert Smith, Vice Mayor and Ward 6 Councilman Bill Gavin Tuesday told the Columbus Rotarians the city is “doing really well.”
The Columbus City Council Tuesday tabled a request to purchase new software for Columbus and Lowndes County E911 operations.
Lowndes County will lose 219 jobs in late April when the Domtar coated groundwood paper mill closes its doors.
Members of the Starkville-based National Guard battalion are back after nine months in Mosul, Iraq.
Construction on a new Health Department facility is proceeding as scheduled, Patsy Patterson of the Golden Triangle Planning and Development District told the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors Monday.
A Columbus teen described Monday by Columbus police as a “person of interest” in a shooting incident Saturday night is now behind bars.
Helping the Columbus Police Department in its efforts to deter crime in the city is what the Minority Leadership Training and Development Program seeks to accomplish, according to Lowndes County District 5 Supervisor and program facilitator Leroy Brooks.
A local developer can proceed with plans for his condominium project after making a request for changes.
Four Columbus Police officers suspended for 15 days without pay over a May 2009 incident in the Vicksburg National Military Park have lost their appeal in Circuit Court.
Working with special equestrians — a therapeutic horseback riding program for child and adults with special needs — is something Mississippi University for Women student Katie Banasiewicz has been involved with since her high school days in Birmingham, Ala.
Columbus police say they’ll be out day and night enforcing a Spring Break curfew, especially after two weekend shooting incidents.
Even buoyed by decades of fond memories and stories of several lifetimes, the Taloney family of Columbus is finding change painful.
Friday was more award show than business meeting for the Lowndes County School District school board.
In financial straits, steps are being taken to keep open the doors of the Columbus Country Club.
Volunteers still are needed to help clean the Friendly City.
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