A little piece of Hollywood is coming to Columbus. Columbus will be the film set to the independent movie "Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff," said Robert Weinbach, the film's producer and screenwriter.
Lowndes County is hoping an unexpected hitch in a planned downtown building demolition doesn't turn into an extended delay.
The Columbus Redevelopment Authority acquired an option to purchase the S.D. Lee Middle School property on Military Road, a move which the Columbus Municipal School District board unanimously approved at a special-called meeting Wednesday.
Construction on Columbus' new Fire Station 4 will soon be underway, after city officials broke ground on Wednesday morning.
Demolition of the Waters Building, located at 530 Second Ave. North, was halted today when the city of Columbus notified Lowndes County, owners of the building, that there were some issues involving the building's historic status.
The Pines and Cady Hill Recovery Center, a division of Community Counseling Services, in partnership with Pine Grove Treatment Center of Hattiesburg, will offer a training session titled "Successful Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Effective Therapeutic Interventions" from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Friday.
Brenda Durrett, local history assistant at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library, was indexing court documents preserved in the library's archives when she found a case unlike any she or archivist Mona Vance-Ali had ever come across.
The city of Columbus will move forward with the first phase of construction on the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater after approving $3.2 million in bids Tuesday evening.
Rising Mississippi State University sophomore and 2015 Columbus High School graduate Joshua Bridges registered to vote last summer. November will bring his first opportunity to cast a ballot in a U.S. presidential general election.
A Columbus man accused of attempted sexual assault is still in Lowndes County Adult Detention Center, according to city police.
Marlee Ellinton, 2, comes prepared with her pretty pink princess ukulele and purse during her weekly visit to the Hitching Lot Farmers' Market on Monday.
Col. Nick P. Ardillo of Columbus has been elected to serve as chairman of the Mississippi State Personnel Board for Fiscal Year 2017, and J. Lee Yancey of Brandon has been elected to serve as vice chairman.
Cameron Allen of Houston, walks from the Princess Theater downtown dressed in a banana suit with Amber Davis, of Columbus, on Sunday.
Summer jobs serve as rites of passage for many young adults who are learning the ropes of the "real world." Yonesha James said she is earning money to help with college expenses and making friends along the way.
In a meeting with representatives from Southern Cross Transmission, North District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley told the representatives Thursday the company must meet one-on-one with landowners concerned about the company's utility line project.
An anonymous donor has pledged $44,000 to the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, which will allow the school to accept two more students for the next two academic years.
In the kitchen of Mississippi University for Women's culinary center, Heather Baumbach stood over a stove stirring a pan of chopped apples for the filling of a drop-biscuit apple dessert.
District Attorney Scott Colom will move his staff into new Columbus office space in October.
A Columbus woman who threatened to blow up the Department of Human Services on College Street is in custody.
In the myriad of "What I Did This Summer" essays, not many students can say they had a warthog chase them up a tree in Africa.
1. Hollywood comes to Columbus COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. Prescott to face trial for DUI STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
3. CMSD commits Lee property for redevelopment COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY