A yearly Thanksgiving luncheon for senior citizens in Columbus will not happen this year.
The deadline for absentee voting in next week's general election is Saturday at noon.
The HOME Investment Partnership Program has a little more than $4 million in its upcoming funding cycle, and Columbus councilmen have begun working to find consensus on what residences will be on the city's application.
Several strategic city planning objectives have been met while other goals set at the time continue to be addressed.
The four candidates vying to represent District 17 in the state senate next year fielded questions on topics ranging from education to industry to gun control during a debate Tuesday at the Mississippi University for Women.
The first paving projects included in the $4.5 million Columbus street improvement project are under way.
The design stage for the restoration of two downtown Columbus alleyways has begun.
A wireless provider seeking more favorable location guidelines for cell tower sites in Columbus will have to wait until next month to find out if its request will be granted.
The assistant to Columbus' mayor and chief operations officer is resigning.
Unemployment is down from this time last year on both the state and local levels.
Columbus sales tax collections got a $32,580 head start over the previous fiscal year.
How the city's wards may be redrawn is taking shape after Columbus councilmen approved the firm overseeing the redistricting process to move forward with its concept.
Lowndes County representation on the Golden Triangle Development LINK Board of Directors is now set.
Columbus' employee nepotism policy now more directly defines inter-department kinship.
Starkville's most recent sales tax check from the Mississippi Department of Revenue was nearly $20,000 short of the previous October's.
The city and county's tourism organization ended its 2014 fiscal year with a $11,468 profit.
U.S. motorists are seeing the lowest gas prices since January 2011.
Until just recently, you may have had to wait through several light changes at intersections on Highway 45 Alternate in West Point before you could advance.
City councilmen may have more money to work with than originally planned to pave streets and fix major drainage issues across Columbus.
Columbus Light & Water customers are about to start paying more for water.
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