Articles by Mary Pollitz
Seemingly out of nowhere, it appears Gondolier in Starkville has closed its doors.
When burgers and beer are involved, the show must always go on.
Starting Monday, there will be a new food truck on the block in Starkville.
Grenada native Hunter Bell is building his roots in Starkville with the incoming Mom and Pop Food Truck and Catering business.
Over the past few weeks, it’s evident that businesses have continued to change, and in some cases even close their doors temporarily due to COVID-19. However, there are some area businesses that have seen an influx of customers.
A lot has changed since last week.
One day I was getting ready for the men’s SEC basketball tournament and the next I had to figure out when I can drive to the coast to see my parents, or even if I should.
Y’all, the Louisiana Shrimp Shack is coming back to Columbus.
Seemingly overnight, Logan’s Roadhouse has closed in Columbus.
Exciting news continues to boom in Starkville. The former Rex Theater on Main Street will have a new “Glo” by the end of this year.
Georgia Blue’s Starkville location is set for a March 2 grand opening.
Wednesday afternoon, BankFirst President and CEO Moak Griffin saw six out-of-town BankFirst employees eating at Harvey’s.
Don O’Bannon, better known as Oby, sat down in the restaurant he started 43 years ago laughing and sharing stories with the new Oby’s owner on Tuesday.
Debra Thompson never strayed far from her mother and grandmother in the kitchen.
By keeping a close eye, Thompson said that’s where she learned the basics of the food industry and helped her open own restaurant, Baby Dude’s Bar and Grill, in Columbus earlier this month.
Goody’s in Starkville is now advertising its “store-closing” sale with up to 60 percent of its inventory.
Business Moves with Mary: Lofts at Lee available to rent; restaurant, event space there near completion
The redevelopment of the former Lee Middle School property at Military Road and Highway 82 is starting to show tangible results.
After a little more than a month advertising the cafe’s sale, The Dismuke family sold Cafe on Main this month.
Jersey Mike’s is branching to Starkville, y’all.
Better Brands, a food and beverage distribution company in West Point, is changing owners.
When the Perkerson family celebrated Military Hardware’s 60th year in business, a new family stepped in the spotlight ready to take the reins in January.
For 60 years the Perkerson family have owned and operated Military Hardware at 1002 13th St N. in Columbus, but a new family will take the helm “in the near future.”
Like myself after Thanksgiving lunch, this paper is stuffed.
Though I’ll be stuffed with turkey, dressing and about four different kinds of desserts, this paper is stuffed with deals and plans to spend your Thanksgiving evening and Black Friday preparing for the holidays.