Traffic on U.S. Highway 45 South from Carson Road to four miles south of U.S. Highway 82 will be switched Thursday morning for more road and bridge work.
A one-vehicle wreck on Highway 45 North in Columbus has claimed the life of a Starkville man.
Authorities pronounced Undra Williams dead after transporting him to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle shortly after 10 a.m Tuesday.
There is property changing hands out on Highway 45 North in Columbus and some new businesses are moving in.
Like this: A Dick’s Sporting Goods is expected to be located in a currently unoccupied portion of the old University Mall.
Acquiring federal environmental documents for construction of a bypass for Highway 45 North was a third of the battle in getting the project off the ground, according to Northern District Transportation Commissioner Mike Tagert.
Realtors call it curb appeal, and they will tell you that without it, selling a property is a difficult task.
One of the most traveled roads in Columbus may soon get a much-needed facelift. Highway 45 North, the main entrance to the city and the center for most of its restaurants and shopping, is the subject of a long-discussed beautification project.
A three-vehicle accident late Thursday on Highway 45 has claimed the life of a Columbus man.
Although it only covers a mile or so, the stretch of Highway 45 from the intersection of Bluecutt Road to the Highway 82 exit is the most traveled section of road in Lowndes County. On average, 9.1 million motor vehicles travel that stretch of road each year. That also translates into heavy congestion and accidents.
The Mississippi Department of Transportation says a newly reconstructed portion of Highway 45 with four lanes will be opening Monday.
Everyone asks Margaret and Jacky Triplett about the dragon. In 2001, they were driving down the dusty gravel road to Schaffers Chapel, the little country church they attend, when Margaret looked out the window and spied a curved, charred bois d’arc tree in the grass at the bottom of a steep embankment. She had an idea.