Articles by Yue Stella Yu
The first of many roundabouts in downtown Columbus could be up and running by the end of this year, City Engineer Kevin Stafford told Columbus Exchange Club members at the Lion Hills Center Thursday afternoon.
Storms sweeping through Mississippi had Dalvia Lowery worried about the kids she helps look after at Love and Learn Day Care in downtown Crawford.
Because, she said, as storms are hitting the area more often, there is no storm shelter in town to protect those children, or anybody, from harm.
Joe Max Higgins, chief executive officer for the Golden Triangle Development LINK, will soon serve the area in an additional role.
Repairing leaking roofs in most schools in Columbus could cost an estimated $8.8 million, according to a report presented to the Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees Monday night.