ABERDEEN — Eight individuals being held at the Monroe County Jail will not be charged in the death of the Aberdeen man they allegedly assaulted and robbed.
ABERDEEN — The crowd at the Tuesday’s meeting of the Aberdeen Board of Aldermen twice applauded appeals for peace and healing from city officials. Now if only they could stop arguing long enough to heal.
ABERDEEN —Bribery charges will not be pursued against Aberdeen Mayor Jim Ballard, attorney Jim Waide announced in a written statement this morning.
Aberdeen Mayor Jim Ballard is free on $5,000 bond after being arrested Thursday on charges of felony bribery. But a lack of eyewitnesses to the alleged bribery may derail those charges.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol continues to investigate a two-vehicle accident that occurred Thursday morning at the intersection of George Happy Irby Memorial Parkway and U.S. Highway 45 North, near the primary entrance to Columbus Air Force Base.
The 54 members of Caledonia schools’ Relay For Life team don’t have to look far for reminders of what they’re marching for.
Red and white signs still are peppered throughout the city of Columbus, displaying the faces of senior citizens killed in the late ’90s.
You have a chance to experience Robin Whitfield first hand at Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge this week.
Aberdeen Police Assistant Chief Tommy Edwards confirmed reports Thursday that Aberdeen Mayor Jim Ballard was arrested on felony bribery charges. Ballard is out on a $5,000 bond.
A police pursuit ended in the death of an Amory man Tuesday.
Columbus has done a good job in using the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway to benefit industry and other elements, said Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority Administrator Mike Tagert.
WEST POINT — It will take more than $380,000 to get West Point back on the industrial map.
View Scene and Seen photos that appeared in the newspaper March 21, 2010.
David Broyles, 33, of Prairie, is in custody in the Monroe County Jail after robbing Cadence Bank on Highway 45 in Aberdeen Friday morning.
ABERDEEN — Ricky Bowen says he could have gone after the City of Aberdeen for arresting and trying him on misdemeanor charges of receiving stolen property and obstruction of justice, but that would only cause more damage to his home town. Instead, he says it’s time to let the healing begin.
While the number of drunk driving arrests decreased last year across Mississippi, Columbus and Starkville proved to be the exceptions.
An agitated crowd packed Aberdeen’s Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday at city hall, filling every seat and spilling out into the hallway in anticipation of airing a grievance or simply hearing what Mayor Jim Ballard and the board had to say.
Members of the Starkville-based National Guard battalion are back after nine months in Mosul, Iraq.
Navistar Defense officials today announced receipt of a $178 million contract to retrofit 1,222 International MaxxPro Dash Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles with a new DXM independent suspension.
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