Encourager, inspiring, joyful, dedicated, kind. These are all words used by friends and fellow educators to describe the late Martha Claire Kennedy Fitzner.
Dive into the closet for the purple, green and gold. Mardi Gras colors, masks, beads and boas will be in order Friday evening when the 21st annual Market Street Festival (MSF) kicks off at the Columbus Riverwalk with a Second Line parade and two high energy bands from the Big Easy.
In an age of drive-throughs, mobile banking and rapid-fire tweets, our attention is captured when someone slows the pace down, investing time and talents in going the extra mile.
Some things are more fun times two. Katherine and Ryan Munson expect to prove it when they team up at Columbus' Market Street Festival as vendors May 7.
When the Winston County Friends of the Library recently learned their application for a grant to purchase large-print books had not been approved, members were disappointed -- but not for long.
A significant choral event in the Golden Triangle is set for Saturday, April 30 in Columbus.
While pizza wars over who makes the best will always rage, one thing most pizza pundits agree on is that the way a pie is baked makes a big difference.
Amber Robertson has helped raise funds for the American Cancer Society for six years as a Relay for Life volunteer. The certified family nurse practitioner never foresaw, however, that she would become a patient herself. No one does.
Everybody cuts loose in Heritage Academy's upcoming production of the musical "Footloose," set for Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Columbus.
Tomato growers, it's time. Time to see who out there can produce the biggest tomato in Lowndes County.
Lemons are a powerhouse of flavor, bringing us everything from shrimp lemon pepper linguini and lemon creme brulee to the lemon-raspberry pound cake muffin recipe in today's food pages.
For the first time, Columbus Middle School and Columbus High School come together to mount a theatrical production for the community. More than 40 young people in sixth through 11th grades will present Elton John's and Tim Rice's "Aida: School Edition" Thursday and Friday, April 14 and 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the Middle School auditorium.
In the heart of Noxubee County, out on Elon Road in Macon, there's a pretty patch full of strawberries just waiting to star in a luscious dessert, fresh salad, salsa or summery drink.
When Spanish conquistador Hernando de Soto and his army crossed through this geographical area almost five centuries ago, the Chickasaw people had already settled here.
In a city known for its architectural styles, the Columbus Girlchoir presents "A Riverside Tour of Homes" Saturday, April 9 from 10 a.m. until noon.
Only five months ago, the aging white house at the corner of Third Avenue North and 14th Street in Columbus stood empty and silent.
The name will get your attention; the taste will seal the deal. That's what a soup by Chef Paul Brasfield and the Bin 612 team did at the 2016 SOUPer Bowl in Starkville.
Grayce and Dewitt Hicks never set out to acquire a chapel.
Main Street Columbus expects the Trotter Convention Center Courtyard to be a lunchtime destination on four consecutive Thursdays, March 31 to April 21.
STARKVILLE -- After sweeping a top-15 opponent, the Mississippi State baseball team doesn't have much time to celebrate.
MSU beat then-No. 11 Oregon three times last weekend to cap a 4-0 week. The sweep was one of the best series wins in the country and catapulted MSU nine spots to No. 15 in the latest Baseball America poll prior to the start of Southeastern Conference play.
But two midweek games mean the Bulldogs have to move on from the sweep. At 6:30 tonight (SEC Network +), No. 15 MSU (12-3-1) will play host to Eastern Kentucky (7-8). At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday (SEC Network +), MSU will take on Oral Roberts (7-7). Both games will be at Dudy Noble Field.
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