The Frank Phillips YMCA presents “YMCA Healthy Kids Day”, sponsored by the Columbus Kiwanis Club. From 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, May 30, the downtown YMCA will present the nation’s largest health day for children and families, featuring activities to promote wellness and healthy living.
The trial brought against Donald DePriest by former associate Oliver Phillips is expected to conclude today.
Long before you enter the path of red clay leading the way to 859 Kidd Road in Caledonia, cars line the curves of the street. The rhythmic sound of hammers hard at work beckons you.
Columbus Police officers arrested two subjects they believe were involved in a Tuesday night burglary. A call was received from a home located in the 600 block of 12th Street North in Columbus in reference to a burglary in progress.
Although the party had to end early Saturday night due to threatening weather, Market Street organizers say the event was still a big success.
More than 30,000 lined the streets of Columbus Friday and Saturday night to take part in the festival.
Four Columbus police officers on a training visit to Vicksburg are being accused of riding around the Vicksburg National Military Park in a Columbus police cruiser, playing loud music and flashing their lights and sirens at passersby, among other behavior.
Testimony from Donald DePriest dominated the third day of the trial brought against the Columbus businessman by former associate Oliver Phillips, who is suing DePriest for nearly $10 million.
After a prolonged battle with cancer, Donald “Ean” Evans, 48, bass player for Lynyrd Skynyrd and adopted Columbus son, passed away at 4 p.m. Wednesday at his home in Columbus, Lowndes County Coroner Greg Merchant confirmed this morning.
Preparing to take office, “working for a better Columbus” and preparing a list of city projects are among the items filling the agendas of three local men elected to serve the next four years on the Columbus City Council.
Day 2 of the trial between Columbus businessmen Oliver Phillips and Don DePriest included testimony from Phillips — who is suing DePriest for close to $10 million — and DePriest, who countersued, claiming Phillips’ case is not valid.
A familiar face and two newcomers Tuesday night were elected to serve the next four years on the Columbus City Council.
In the Golden Triangle, the number of people who participated in their city’s respective primary elections varied greatly in the three cities.
Drivers along 10th Avenue North soon will be getting a few new reminders to slow down while traveling along the road, members of the Columbus City Council announced during a Tuesday meeting.
The Council voted unanimously to install two stop bars and “rumple strips” on the road between Railroad Street and 20th Street North and to install a four-way stop at 10th Avenue North and Railroad Street.
CALEDONIA — Two Caledonia town marshals came before the Caledonia Board of Aldermen Tuesday night to ask for some relief on an unexpected bill.
Area residents this weekend will have a chance to celebrate a more than 150-year Columbus tradition in the city’s Sandfield neighborhood.
Storm sirens blared early this morning as a squall line carrying wind speeds of 70 mph blasted through Columbus.
About 6,500 Columbus residents this morning were without power for nearly 40 minutes as crews with the Columbus Light and Water Department worked to repair damage from a lightning strike.
The planned outage began at about 10 a.m. after lightning struck a power line tower behind the Family Dollar store on Highway 182 during a morning thunderstorm.
Crews within the next several weeks will begin making several Lowndes County roads smoother for traveling motorists, members of the county Board of Supervisors announced during a Monday meeting.
The Columbus-Lowndes Recreation Authority this week likely will receive results from the final study to be completed before the agency seeks funding for its multi-purpose sportsplex project, board members announced during a Monday meeting.