Columbus Light & Water is looking to clamp down on an ongoing electric theft problem.
Questions about how to secure the long-term financial health of the Columbus Light & Water's water division surfaced Thursday as board members approved the fiscal year 2016 budget.
The $44 million approved in a bond initiative approved by voters in May is in the bank for the Lowndes County School District.
Brian Holliman, a Caledonia man convicted of murder in the 2008 shooting death of his wife, has lost his appeal to the state Supreme Court.
In his 11 years as the head football coach at Ole Miss, Columbus native Billy Brewer had some pretty good teams.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors approved a 2016 Fiscal Year budget that will not require a tax increase Tuesday.
A Columbus attorney hoping to be chosen for a municipal judge position was asked to donate to a councilman's campaign fund last week.
The Columbus Police Department is advising residents to beware of a potential scam after a report from a concerned citizen.
The confines of time are breached in James L. Tracy's debut book, "The Time Opener: 1692."
Hamilton School students were dismissed at noon today after threats of violence were received via social media.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors approved the Fiscal Year 2016 budget and millage rate Tuesday following an hour-long public hearing on the budget.
Authorities say that for the past several weeks, a Columbus man has been breaking into New Hope Elementary School's kindgergarten-3rd grade building stealing cleaning supplies and then re-selling them around town.
The Columbus City Council on Tuesday voted to hire local attorney Gary Goodwin as the city's new municipal court judge.
A Columbus man has filed a federal lawsuit against Aurora Flight Sciences, claiming he was unfairly terminated by the company because of a medical disability.
The Columbus Municipal School District board of trustees Monday approved a new salary scale for athletics-related supplements.
Fifty years ago today, the doors of Woolco, the first Columbus department store, opened for customers. It was, as former employees put it, a "madhouse."
The Salvation Army will accept applications for Christmas assistance next week.
The Columbus City Council is slated to discuss on Tuesday the potential hire of a municipal judge, but city officials have refused to identify what candidates they are considering.
Enrollment has fallen at Mississippi's 15 community colleges for the fifth year in a row, as an improving economy continues to push down the number of students.
Two accidents within a few hundred yards of each other backed up traffic this morning along Highway 45 North, north of Columbus.
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