“One of a kind” is an overused expression, but when Jeff Hathorn used the term to describe Windy Hill it’s worth noting.
A man accused of a Friday night fatal shooting at The Links apartment complex is in Tuscaloosa County Jail.
Paul Cross stands under the canopy of the clubhouse in the Wellington Place subdivision watching it rain.
As the school year comes to a close, new students are preparing to enter school, but for some they may need a little more help than others.
Arthur Harris said he has never heard of Alice Roosevelt Longworth.
Children excitedly gathered around a large wooden box, chattering away and pointing inside at the many instruments the box held. Because of Mississippi State University
Ben Hubbard remembers the old days.
Last week the Mississippi Legislature passed its annual appropriations bill, showering municipal and county governments with cash for some ongoing projects.
Students at Millsaps Career Technology Center gathered in room 12 as red flashing lights lit the classroom and hallway outside. A new $30,000 ambulance simulator was all the rage of the day for students inside Millsaps.
With a standing ovation, Josie Shumake took to the podium at Lion Hills Center with a slight, shy smile after graciously accepting a plaque recognizing her as the 2021 Exchange Club of Columbus Book of Golden Deeds recipient.
Burns Bottom Arts Festival will be held Saturday on the corner of 2nd Avenue North and 3rd Street, at the entrance of the Lowndes County Soccer Complex.
Columbus Pilgrimage Jubilee of Homes is finishing up its month of activities with several tours this weekend.
On Maundy Thursday, which honors Jesus’ Last Supper, The Cross of Christ for Starkville nonprofit erected a temporary wooden statue on the planned site of a much larger, 120-foot-tall steel cross.
The Caledonia Natural Gas District is refinancing an old bond in an effort to keep costs down, according to board president Jane Kilgore.
Students at Columbus Middle School and Columbus High School are prepared to show all those who have ever wondered what Disney heroes’ and villains’ children have become in the musical, “Descendants.”
Libraries across the nation are celebrating National Library Week through Saturday.
With Gov. Tate Reeves’ signature on House Bill 530, Mississippi has gone from one of the lowest teacher pay rates in the country to now having an entry level pay higher than the national average ($41,163).
Residents in financial need across the Golden Triangle may qualify for a new water and wastewater bill-payment assistance program.
Severe storms and a possible tornado damaged buildings and downed power lines in northwest Arkansas early Wednesday as tornadoes and hurricane-force winds were forecast in much of the Deep South, a week after severe storms struck the New Orleans area.
As the Golden Triangle saw an influx of activity this past weekend, local law enforcement stayed on top of keeping their communities safe.