The Southside Blues Festival, which has become a focal point of the July 4 celebration in Southside Columbus since its founding 15 years ago, will return Saturday after a one-year hiatus.
A Columbus man has been arrested in Macon after allegedly stabbing his girlfriend to death.
A Noxubee County man will spend life in prison after a jury found him guilty Friday of killing his wife and shooting his stepson in Brooksville in 2017.
Seth Stillman knows he picked a good time to attend Mississippi State University.
Crews have removed a partly sunk barge that got stuck against a dam in Alabama, but a barge that sank completely remained pinned Monday against a dam farther up along the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Josh Black gained 10 or 15 pounds without realizing it.
As COVID-19 case numbers dwindle in the state of Mississippi and the Golden Triangle, many still have questions surrounding the virus and its vaccine. The first COVID-19 vaccination was administered in the United States in December 2020. Now, three different vaccines are available with nearly 2 million doses already administered to Mississippians.
When Cynthia Mutch saw a traumatic event in her life staring her right in the face, she turned to yoga.
On June 8, Rod Bobo became the first Black mayor in the city of West’s Point’s 163-year history.
Multiple community leaders received awards Thursday at the Mississippi Main Street Association Awards Thursday. Starkville Mayor Lynn Spruill was honored with the Main Street Hero
Main Street Columbus unveiled its newest offering for downtown entertainment with the Downtown Columbus Self-Guided Historic Walking Tour during a reception held at the Rosenzweig Arts Center Tuesday evening.
The Columbus Light and Water board has chosen Angela Verdell as the department’s new general manager, pending contract negotiations, board attorney Jeff Smith told The Dispatch.
An amendment to expand the South Columbus Historic District could be adopted by the end of August, officials from the Mississippi Department of Archives and History said during a meeting with residents Thursday evening at City Hall.
Summer campers participating in Mississippi State’s iCREATE Camp will sell items this Saturday [June 19] at the MSU Idea Shop in downtown Starkville from 10 a.m-2 p.m.
The old saying goes, “Cut your own firewood and it will warm you twice.”
When a grant expires, it may be a sign that it has failed to achieve its goal or is no longer relevant. But in the best cases, grants expire because they have achieved their goal.
George East answered his cell phone quickly. After operating a local business for 25 years with his wife Judy, the phone rings now more often than ever.
This past year, Airbus’ Columbus facility was featured in a National Geographic video series on manufacturing in America. The documentary series “Made in a Day,” which viewers can stream on Disney+, is about making different brands and products, from space rockets to electric guitars to whiskey. But it’s the episode on helicopters where the series gives viewers a look at Golden Triangle workers building the H125 at Airbus’ Columbus facility on Airport Road.
In the year since the last Juneteenth, much has happened that will give this year’s events special relevance.
Right Track Medical Group, a leading provider of outpatient mental healthcare services in Mississippi, is pleased to announce Trace Swartzfager has been named CEO. Swartzfager