Almost two years since California developer/preservationist Gayle Guynup purchased the old train depot, the exterior renovations to the 130-year-old building are complete.
The city of Columbus is projecting a balanced budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
An alleged shoplifter who tried to reach the Alabama state line Wednesday to shake law enforcement didn't quite make it.
Joey Bragg is no longer the president of the Columbus-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce, according to a press release the Golden Triangle Development LINK issued Wednesday.
The city of Columbus, Lowndes County and Columbus Light and Water may soon partner for a shared primary health care provider.
As chairman of the Senate Education Committee, Mississippi Sen. Gray Tollison suggests student achievement in the state is on the rise, but the academic advancement will "not happen overnight."
Officers with the Columbus Police Department are investigating a Monday night shooting.
It started in the 1987 when Kay McElroy, new to the Caledonia area, learned of a cougar for sale in the area.
A Columbus company is in the final stages of preparing for at least a partial move to Clay County.
Firefighting is different now than it used to be.
Dr. Rosalyn Smith-Howard of Brandon told about 200 Mississippi University for Women graduates to get to know themselves.
An apparent domestic dispute near downtown Columbus Friday morning sent a man to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle with a gunshot wound to the leg.
Lowndes County Sheriff's Office is looking for a suspect in an attempted armed robbery Thursday.
The Columbus Police Department Citizen Overview Committee met for the first time to review and agree upon its purpose Thursday morning.
Landen Sparks, 4, holds his mother's hand as he walks up to Joe Cook Elementary for his first day of Pre-K this morning. Landen is the son of Eulanda and Columbus Municipal School District board member Frederick Sparks of Columbus.
Columbus police officers have arrested two alleged armed robbers and are looking for a third, Assistant Police Chief Shelton confirmed Wednesday.
The Columbus Police Department is searching for a local man in connection with a stolen vehicle and burglary of a commercial business.
Lowndes County sheriff's deputies arrested a local man Friday and charged him with domestic aggravated assault.
Winners of the recent Discover Downtown Scavenger Hunt are from left to right: Kimone Simmons (second place), Cooper Goodman (first place), and Pamela Brownlee (third place).
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