There was a time when the word "drone" had a lot more to do with bees than with multi-rotored flying robots.
September is National Recovery Month and two residential treatment centers in Columbus are partnering for the first time to "bring recovery to light."
Community Counseling Services' Prevention Program will kick off the Prevention Roll Out Campaign Sept. 30-Oct. 1 with inspirational speakers and free family activities.
On a heat-smitten day 154 years after he died, Hugh Washington Ivy at last received a headstone.
Area chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution are joining with chapters throughout the state of Mississippi to celebrate Constitution Week Sept. 17-23.
Talmage Boston, a prominent Texas attorney and historian, will be the featured speaker Thursday, Sept. 15 for a special fall-semester event at Mississippi State.
At 2 p.m. today, WoodmenLife Chapter 54 will participate in a 2 p.m. "In Honor and Remembrance" ceremony at the Piney Grove UM Church, 102 Fernbank Road, in Steens. The public is invited.
The city of Columbus bustled with activity in early 1861.
Growing up, Toby Gray always wanted to be "that guy." The one who seemed to know what he was looking at while on open-air walks, the seer who could identify trees and plants, who knew "you can eat this and you can't eat that."
The corridors of Heritage Academy in Columbus seem a bit different this semester.
After months of discussion, The ARC of Clay County has chosen to give the Catherine Bryan School in West Point to Community Counseling Services (CCS).
A groundbreaking energy efficient program for homeowners is making life better for those eligible in the 4-County Electric Power Association service area.
Beginning in September, Mississippi University for Women will launch a year-long commemoration of the 50th anniversary of its desegregation.
For the past quarter century, the annual Hazard Lecture Series has offered the Golden Triangle opportunities to explore the worlds of history, artistic expression and science and medicine.
When Tennessee Williams' play "The Glass Menagerie" premiered in Chicago in 1944, it catapulted the Columbus-born playwright from relative obscurity to fame. It also introduced the world to the Wingfield family, Amanda, Tom and Laura -- a faded Southern belle of a mother, her restless son and shy, sensitive daughter.
Golden Triangle institutions of higher learning rank high in 2016 analyses by SmartAsset, a financial technology company. Mississippi State University and Mississippi University for Women are ranked first and second in the state for graduates' average starting salaries.
August has not yet made an exit, but believe it or not, it's not too early to make plans for the Columbus Christmas Parade, says Main Street Columbus.