When work crews began demo work on part of the old train Depot on Main Street this week, the buzz began.
Starkville’s administration appears to have solved what past leaders, numerous studies and failed bond referendums could not in the last two decades: Mayor Parker Wiseman and the board of aldermen are on track to finance renovations that will give the city’s police department a permanent home.
Renovations to the Trotter Convention Center in downtown Columbus are nearly complete, and the project is on pace to come in under budget.
The newly renovated Trotter Convention Center will host its first big event Saturday, despite continued construction on the buildings exterior.
Changes are coming to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle.
The Trotter Convention Center’s new look will be in place by the new year.
Lowndes County voters on Tuesday rejected a $47 million bond issue that would have built a new vocational center and a new high school, as well as numerous capital improvements throughout the Lowndes County School District.
Lowndes County voters who reside outside Columbus city limits will head to the polls Tuesday to decide on a $47 million bond issue that could revamp campuses in New Hope, Caledonia and West Lowndes.
Frank Goodman was hired to oversee Trotter Convention Center six months before construction work on the facility was completed in 1987. Trotter was created through a renovation and conversion of the old National Guard Armory and city auditorium.
That was the last time he got to see a major renovation of the building until this year.
Registered voters in the Lowndes County School District will go to the polls on Aug. 26 to choose whether or not to approve a $47 million bond for improvements.