At a time when similar events in the South have been declining over the past few years, the Columbus Spring Pilgrimage continues to grow and prosper.
Columbus High School now has its own talk show.
Stephen Jones is hoping a Saturday cleanup event will inspire citizens to make Columbus a nicer place.
Authorities say The Pony was robbed at gunpoint early this morning and the masked culprits remain on the loose.
A 25-year-old Columbus man is facing aggravated domestic violence charges following an incident last weekend.
Officers with the Columbus Police Department responded to a call about shots fired Wednesday at about 6 p.m. in South Columbus. There were no injuries reported.
The city council has rejected a Planning Commission proposal that would have altered the chart of permitted uses to allow gravel mining in four more zoning districts.
Councilman Joseph Mickens wants the city of Columbus to look into potentially creating a law that addresses hoverboard safety. Mickens, who represents Ward 2, brought the matter up during Tuesday's council meeting.
Lowndes County Board of Supervisors spent its Monday meeting discussing cleanup needs due to the EF-1 tornado that ripped through the New Hope area Thursday.
Columbus Fire & Rescue is donating copies of its new book to local schools and libraries.
A car buzzed by, roughly three feet from me.
Emerson Blair, a 9-year-old golfer from West Point, won her age division's Drive, Chip and Putt Championship in Augusta, Georgia, on Sunday.
A piece for the U.S. military's future arsenal might be built in Columbus.
A traffic stop last week led to Columbus police confiscating an AK-47 rifle.
The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado struck New Hope on Thursday evening. The EF1 tornado went through the area about 6:15 p.m., according to NWS in Jackson.
Jim Kitchens, a circuit judge in the 16th Judicial District, spoke to the Columbus Exchange Club at Lion Hills on Thursday about why he would make a good state Supreme Court justice.
City officials are hoping for a big crowd Saturday for the ninth annual Mayor's Unity Picnic at the Riverwalk.
Thursday evening's storms may have damaged 15 to 20 homes in New Hope, according to preliminary reports.
The second hopeful for Mississippi University for Women's soon-to-be athletic director position presented his case Wednesday on the school's campus to about three dozen campus officials and members of the public.
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