Zero is not usually a good number. But to Jared Rabren, it's a measure of relief when it comes to the Columbus-Lowndes Airport.
Columbus councilmen voted 5-1 Tuesday to hire six temporary workers to staff Parks and Recreation summer programs despite the city operating under a hiring freeze.
Columbus' new Chief Financial Officer Deliah Vaughn came to City Hall this week facing an uphill climb.
When Lindsay Nicholson heard about the fire at Zachary's last weekend that gutted the building's interior, she immediately knew she had to do something to help.
Though the Mississippi Department of Archives and History did not make it a state landmark, the Taylor-Burns House on Third Street North has gotten one last chance to avoid demolition.
The 24th annual Market Street Festival in downtown Columbus will take place this weekend.
Starting Friday, residents and Columbus visitors can enjoy live music, vendors and other entertainment downtown for the annual festival.
A recently completed multi-million dollar operating room at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle will enable surgeons to perform faster, more accurate and less invasive procedures.
One of Andre Ray's favorite parts about art is its collaborative nature.
In the aftermath of the fire that badly damaged Zachary's restaurant Sunday, Eric Ford and Zachary's general manager Wilson Beck had a difficult task: removing the photographs, signs and other singed memorabilia from the walls of the restaurant.
Columbus Fire and Rescue's national accreditation is all but official, a Center for Public Safety Excellence Peer Assessment Team announced Thursday.
Since 2017, Lowndes County Deputy Chancery Clerk Cindy Eggar Goode has been building up her office's online database of records, scanning in thousands of documents and carefully recording each one.
Columbus project manager Jabari Edwards has accumulated more than $688,000 in federal tax liens since 2017, either personally or through one of his many business ventures.
President Donald Trump has declared Lowndes and six other counties in Mississippi federal disaster areas in response to a Feb. 23 EF-3 tornado and subsequent flooding, according to a Mississippi Emergency Management Agency press release issued Tuesday.
Three Columbus police officers will accept promotions but will not receive their corresponding pay raises until the city lifts a hiring freeze imposed to help curb spending.
Contractors responsible for storm debris removal in Columbus following a Feb. 23 tornado estimate pickup will be completed by this weekend.
Four Lowndes County voting precincts have been renamed or relocated ahead of county elections in August.
Leigh Mall's new management, Jones Lange LaSalle Americas (JLL), have begun repairing the struggling shopping center's roof and parking lot while also trying to attract new businesses to fill their vacant retail spaces.
When Columbus resident Carol Littlejohn thinks of the historic Lee High School, plenty comes to mind.
Columbus city councilmen voted during a special-call meeting Tuesday to begin storm debris monitoring and cleanup following a Feb. 23 tornado that damaged parts of north and east Columbus.
Columbus Light and Water is pursuing other ways to fund a broadband expansion after a bill to fund that venture died in committee last week.
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