Blue ribbons spotted in downtown Columbus and nearby are visual reminders that April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Golden Triangle resident Turner "T.J." Jackson, a devoted Christian, enthusiastic golfer and entrepreneur whose Columbus barbecue establishment was once featured in an Alaskan newspaper, died last Wednesday.
A Columbus man has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident that resulted in a woman's death Friday.
The Columbus Municipal School District had an average daily attendance of 94.88 percent at its schools in March, just slightly below the district goal of 95 percent.
At 6 p.m. Thursday on Mississippi University for Women's campus, more than 60 men will take a mile-long walk -- while wearing women's high-heeled shoes.
In honor of the 75th anniversary of the Columbus Spring Pilgrimage, a number of houses not usually available to tour will be open from 1 to 6 p.m. today.
Homes are being built in Lowndes County at five times the rate as in Columbus.
A Columbus woman is dead after being hit by a vehicle Friday.
The Lowndes County School District board of trustees discovered their finances are strong at Friday's meeting.
Students from MUW's campus chapter of International Justice Mission will host Stand for Freedom, a series of campus events Monday and Tuesday aimed at raising awareness about modern slavery.
The first time Kelsey Holley met Jim Borsig, he was dirty.
It won't be long before Taylor Robertson can cross another item off his bucket list.
More than 50,000 Golden Triangle residents, businesses and organizations could soon learn of windfalls coming their way.
A locally-owned bakery offering hand-made, hearth-baked breads will open in the Golden Triangle next month.
Columbus Air Force Base has cleared the air with the National Weather Service.
The first couple of days of Pilgrimage has already attracted out-of-towners, including foreign media.
Jim Borsig is staying in Columbus. Borsig announced at Mississippi University of Women today that he will remain the university's president. He was slated to become Mississippi's new higher education commissioner next Wednesday.
This year, 90 women and 20 children from Columbus Air Force Base are volunteering with the Columbus Spring Pilgrimage.
During an otherwise routine meeting on Tuesday, Columbus City Council split on who to appoint to the Municipal Election Commission.
The Mayor's Eighth Annual Unity Picnic will be held Saturday at Columbus Riverwalk Park from 4 to 8 p.m.
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