For 60 years the Perkerson family have owned and operated Military Hardware at 1002 13th St N. in Columbus, but a new family will take the helm "in the near future."
Like myself after Thanksgiving lunch, this paper is stuffed.
Though I'll be stuffed with turkey, dressing and about four different kinds of desserts, this paper is stuffed with deals and plans to spend your Thanksgiving evening and Black Friday preparing for the holidays.
As the new year approaches, things may be looking a little different at Smith Landscaping and the Greenhouse.
Cafe on Main, 101 Fifth St. S. in Columbus, is listed for sale.
For 27 years, Homer Beaty and his wife Joanne have flown around the country searching for the latest fashions and trends for their downtown store Fashion Barn at 100 Fifth St. S.
For years myths have circulated of the origin of piano burning.
After three years in downtown, Steel Forest Furniture Store is closing its doors.
Even as scrutiny for the city's budgeting and spending continues, records indicate Columbus has invested significantly less in project management and engineering over the past two fiscal years.
Johnny Buster's memory and story will live on next to his late son's in downtown Columbus.
In early January, Buster passed away at 72 leaving a legacy of dedication to the military, his family and the citizens he protected.
Six candidates have qualified so far for the Ward 1 city council vacancy.
Kegdra Gibbs-Gray and Pierre D. Beard Sr. are headed to a runoff in the special election for the Ward 4 Columbus City Council vacancy.
The city has shored up its financial position this fiscal year by at least $805,000, according to a report Mayor Robert Smith presented to city councilmen Tuesday evening at the Municipal Complex.
U.S. Army officials stepped off the Airbus tarmac in Columbus Monday morning to fly the 200th Lakota trainer helicopter to Ft. Rucker, Alabama.
Walter Kilborn was not meant to retire.
The lifelong Starkville resident left Mississippi State University nearly a decade ago, but he said he was not made to sit on his porch and watch his days tick by.
Cleaning up Ward 4 will likely start with helping the younger generation, Ward 4 candidates agreed during a forum Sunday night.
C Spire is slated to bring gigabit internet to homeowners and businesses throughout Lowndes County.
Lowndes County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved its franchise agreement with C Spire during its regular meeting Thursday morning in an effort to increase high-speed internet access to rural areas.
The six candidates vying for the Ward 4 council seat will have one last chance to speak to voters Sunday night before the special election on Tuesday.
With The Elbow Room's fate uncertain for the past year, patrons meandered in and out of the bar on Saturday for the last time.
Ben Paulding, founder of Crown Financial, is hosting two workshops this week offering customers guidance and financial planning.
Right before the rain started to pour Friday afternoon, Lowndes County Republican sheriff's candidate Eddie Hawkins walked through a New Hope neighborhood with a stack of pamphlets and a notepad in-hand.
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