After more than 15 years in Columbus, Beauty Mark is closing its doors.
Business brief: International Paper Columbus Mill’s Charity Golf Tournament raises $63,550 for United Way of Lowndes & Noxubee
COLUMBUS — Eighty golfers and a team of volunteers gathered at Elm Lake Golf Course on Friday, September 17 for a day of outdoor fun
By November, Starkville will have one less supermarket in town.
MADISON – Sarah Fratesi, OD, of Starkville is the 2021 Dr. David Sullins, Jr. InfantSEE award recipient. The award is presented annually by the American
Starkville’s Cotton District will have a new dessert spot by mid-September.
Lights, camera, selfie-mode and action.
Columbus Air Force Base is expanding its culinary scene with a new Thai restaurant.
Kids grow very quickly.
Cumbaa Design Co. is expanding in Starkville.
Eddie McNeal, CFP, CRPC, CKA, a private wealth advisor with Wellspire Financial Group, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC in Starkville,
North Mississippi Health Services hospitals in Tupelo, Amory, Eupora, Iuka, Pontotoc and West Point, Mississippi, and Hamilton, Alabama, have been recognized with a 2021 Premier
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, Jill Lehrkamp started searching Columbus for the perfect place to hatch her new business.
COLUMBUS — Henrietta Johnson, General Manager for the Wendy’s restaurant located at 1903 Highway 45 N, has been recognized as one of the Top 500
Collier Hardy got her first taste of business selling soaps and sugar scrubs at the Columbus Farmers Market.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership’s Director of Tourism Paige Hunt has been chosen for the Mississippi Tourism Association Board of Directors.
For four months, Artie Sutherland has been delivering fresh seafood to the Starkville area.
ATLANTA, Ga. — Vizient Southern States, Inc., is proud to announce the appointment of Paul Cade as an Executive Committee Member for the Vizient Southern
Camilla Gaines started working at a silk flower shop at 16.
A fast-food restaurant in Columbus is closed, for now.
A bipartisan senators’ group working on a $1 trillion infrastructure compromise more than doubled in size to 21 members Wednesday, a key threshold that gives momentum to their effort as President Joe Biden returns from overseas at a pivotal time for his big legislative priority.