Articles by Sarah Fowler
The Columbus Municipal School District has created a free after school program for students.
Timothy Lloyd Bridges, 27, of Tuscaloosa, was found in Traveler’s Deluxe Motel.
For the men at Last House on the Block in Columbus, who they were no longer defines who they are or where their lives is headed.
The Columbus Municipal School District has returned a portion of textbooks that have been sitting unused, according to superintendent Dr. Philip Hickman.
Three teachers in the Lowndes County School District recently received national board certification.
A new character has made his way to downtown Columbus.
For the second time in less than a year, a Columbus group hoping to open a charter school has been denied.
The mini grand marshals for next Saturday’s Christmas parade have been announced. Area children competed in an art contest to vie for the spot of Junior Grand Marshal.
The Lowndes County School District has been ranked above average and received accreditation for the next five years by a national organization.
An incident at a Columbus nightclub this weekend ended with a man being arrested for assaulting three police officers.
Two Columbus nonprofits received donations Tuesday as part of “Giving Tuesday.”
Your next Girl Scout cookie craving could be satisfied at the click of a button.
The Columbus Municipal School District is partnering with the Columbus Police Department to bring toys to local children this Christmas.
Local Black Friday shopping went off without a hitch, according to law enforcement and retailers.
With Black Friday sales seemingly starting earlier and earlier each year, local shoppers say they have to strategize and plan to maximize their savings on the big day.
An altercation between two women left one in critical condition from multiple stab wounds and the other behind bars.
The case against two men charged with a West Point beating should be presented to the next grand jury, according to District Attorney Forest Allgood.
Gwen Roberson spent the last moments of her life face down on her kitchen floor.
Students at Mississippi University for Women and Mississippi State University could see a tuition increase.
The local branch of The Salvation Army is asking for the community’s help this holiday season.