They call him "Stan the Man."
Stan Glover, surrounded by friends and family, retired Friday from his work at the Columbus ACT Center after more than 50 years.
Columbus Light and Water's financial troubles in the water department seem to be turning around, according to a financial report from the utility's general manager Todd Gale.
An attorney defending former Columbus police officer Canyon Boykin in a federal wrongful death lawsuit is questioning whether the plaintiff is actually the father of the deceased.
For Rhonda King, added security is one of her favorite things about her new home.
Two more candidates have filed to run for the mayor's office in city elections.
Mia Jones found the Golden Triangle WIN Job Center to be more helpful than she expected.
A pair of bills legislators could use to revamp Mississippi's education died after failing to meet a Thursday deadline.
After more than 10 years in the making, Columbus' field of dreams is close to becoming a reality.
Columbus City Council tabled a proposal for heightened security and other measures at the Columbus Fairgrounds at its Tuesday evening meeting.
University of Mississippi Chancellor Jeff Vitter told Columbus Rotarians on Tuesday that nothing is more vital to the state's future than higher education.
Lowndes County supervisors will ask the Mississippi legislature to approve authorization for the county to give up to $350,000 annually to its municipalities for parks and recreation.
Next week, Columbus Main Street member businesses will have a chance to learn what to do if the worst happens in the workplace.
Lowndes County supervisors are looking for a way to deal with the county's illegal garbage dumping problem.
Columbus Police Department has hit another snag in increasing its officer numbers, but Police Chief Oscar Lewis said he's hopeful more new hires are on the horizon.
At least two Golden Triangle public school districts are voicing some concerns about potential revenue loses if EdBuild's recommended school funding changes are enacted.
Insitu executives are visiting Mississippi State University this week and said they are excited about the growth opportunities a partnership with the university provides.
The city of Columbus and Lowndes County agreed to the terms of an inter-local agreement Tuesday that will restart a county-wide drug task force.
A former Columbus Municipal School District official has entered the running for an appointment to the district's board.
Thanks to a new study, Starkville city officials now know that several key consumer groups in Starkville have $608 million in purchasing power.
One Golden Triangle representative is hoping to do away with the Mississippi Department of Transportations' elected commissioners.
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