‘No one fights alone’: Two mothers recount their stories during school’s annual cancer assistance drive
It is a parent’s worst nightmare — a headache or throat ache that turns into something more sinister: cancer.
Monday night the Lowndes Community Foundation is getting the band — or at least the committees — back together.
The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to not withdraw any money from the hospital trust fund this fiscal year.
Riley Wilson, 4, starts off the Oktoberfest 5K beer run in the front of the pack. The race began at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Munson and Brothers at 301 Second Ave. N. The event included live music and an arts festival and benefited the Columbus Arts Council.
A Friday afternoon fishing trip turned tragic for one Columbus man.
Amid backlash over the fatal shooting of a Mississippi man, the state’s top law enforcement official said officers of a special police unit in the capital city of Jackson will not change the way they pursue suspects.
The University of Mississippi is paying tribute to 89-year-old James Meredith 60 years after white protesters erupted into violence as he became the first Black student to enroll in what was then a bastion of Deep South segregation.
Dozens of Florida residents left their flooded and splintered homes by boat and by air on Saturday as rescuers continued to search for survivors in the wake of Hurricane Ian, while authorities in South Carolina and North Carolina began taking stock of their losses.
The defense team in the Capitol riot trial of the Oath Keepers leader is relying on an unusual strategy with Donald Trump at the center.
Venezuela on Saturday freed seven Americans imprisoned in the South American country in exchange for the release of two nephews of President Nicholas Maduro’s wife who had been jailed for years by the United States on drug smuggling convictions, a senior U.S. official said.