Angela Jones doesn't think she can ever move from her dollhouse style home on College Street in Columbus. If she does, she said she would have to take her ceiling with her.
City councilmen on Tuesday will consider a number of all-way stops to improve traffic safety.
Phil Lovell and Margie Duckworth place a wreath honoring veterans during a ceremony at the Lowndes County Courthouse in Columbus Friday morning.
When Dave and Beth Rogers arrived in Columbus Nov. 2, they hadn't set foot on land in a week.
With the Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority set to dissolve in less than a year, county leadership may seek a new, downsized inter-local agreement to continue contributing funds to city parks.
A man accused of capital murder and arson will likely face a jury trial in the upcoming Lowndes County Circuit Court term, which begins Monday and runs through Dec. 9.
At the weekly meeting of the Columbus Exchange Club Thursday, Major Brad Kimble said the United States should turn to God and urged his audience to pray for the country, its leaders and its people in a time of national division.
Investigators believe suspect struck victim intentionally.
Wayne Patenaude has a soft spot for World War II airplanes.
A second Columbus man is in the Lowndes County Adult Detention Center for allegedly attacking a man with a pipe.
When Barbara Blanchard knocked a balloon out of Kelby Miller's hand, it flew around in different directions before landing on the floor.
Lowndes County is partnering with a Jackson company to lower jail inmate medical costs.
Bobby Chamberlin and John Brady are heading to a Nov. 29 runoff for a seat on the Mississippi Supreme Court.
A Lowndes County woman faces a charge of domestic violence-aggravated assault for allegedly cutting a family member with a knife.
The Columbus Arts Council has committed to engaging 200 or more artists in 2017 in honor of the Mississippi Bicentennial year.
At least one Columbus councilman is calling for a special audit after a $200,000 budgeting error has left the city facing an unexpected fiscal year deficit.
A Columbus man is dead and another in police custody after an apparent stabbing Monday morning at a local motel.
By the time the polls opened at 7 a.m. today at the First Assembly of God voting precinct in Columbus, J.D. Dillinger had been waiting in line for 45 minutes, the first of roughly 75 voters who were standing in line.
1. SOCSD bans former teacher from campuses STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
3. Armed robbery case ends in mistrial COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. War hero honored during graveside service COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. Sunday fire damages EMCC's Mayhew campus COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY