The Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees gave itself an overall grade of "doing well" during its annual self-evaluation.
Yokohama's tire manufacturing operation in West Point is asking the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality to modify its wastewater pretreatment permit to allow for more zinc discharge.
Saturday night marked the second time the historic Waverley mansion has been vandalized in the past few months.
Columbus Municipal School District's board of trustees has opted not to create a budget advisory committee.
After coming under fire for its special education model over the past year, the Columbus Municipal School District has increased its efforts to make corrections and improvements.
The death of a 13-year-old New Hope Middle School student has led the Lowndes County School District to take initiative in promoting gun safety.
At high noon on Jan. 20, when President-elect Donald Trump takes the stage in Washington D.C. to be sworn into office, several students from Heritage Academy will be watching from the crowd.
University of Southern Mississippi President Rodney Bennett urged Columbus leaders to support public higher education at Tuesday's Columbus Rotary Club meeting at Lion Hills.
What was becoming an annual Columbus tradition has been canceled because of construction of the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater.
In the spring, Jimmy Cook fills his flowerbeds with day lilies and knockout roses. During the Christmas season, he fills them with lights as part of his "winter gardening."
Lizzie Clemmons' memory lives on through her well-known Christmas decorations she displayed in her yard every year for the community to enjoy.
Julia Mae Whitfield's headstone sits in the New Zion M.B. Church cemetery in Steens, surrounded by yellow flags.
Students, teachers, staff, administrators and others celebrated the opening of the new Caledonia Elementary School on Thursday with a parade from the old building and a walk-through of the new one.
A Columbus Municipal School District board member's effort to establish a paid citizen advisory committee to help with the school budgeting process hit a snag on Monday.
Principals from each school in the Lowndes County School District explained, during a regularly scheduled board meeting on Friday, the accountability scores their schools received from the state and how to improve them in the future.
A $611 billion defense policy bill that is before the U.S. Senate this week could mean good news for Columbus Air Force Base and all other U.S. military installations.
The almost two-month burn ban enforced in 52 Mississippi counties, including the Golden Triangle, has been lifted, according to a press release from the Mississippi Forestry Commission.
Cups of coffee from Beans and Cream at the Shops at Brickerton are snuggled in brown coffee cup sleeves hand stamped with "B&C Coffeehouse & Creamery" in black ink.
After an initially tepid volunteer response, Columbus Municipal School District's special education advisory committee has a full roster and has already met.
One week before Thanksgiving, Ayandria Barry sat in a hospital in Virginia receiving chemotherapy treatment.
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