AkzoNobel Specialty Chemical now has a new owner and name for its global chemical companies.
The long-awaited Cook Out project in Columbus has finally begun.
Demolition of the old Immanuel Baptist Church property is underway, and restaurant construction at the site should begin shortly after.
Alexis Smith walked with a purpose Tuesday through Hogarth Student Union at the Mississippi University for Women.
With copies of her resume in-hand, the senior communication major visited all 21 employer booths at the university's annual career fair, hoping to cast a wide net for job opportunities after her scheduled May graduation.
When Jessica Horton moved away from her family and friends in Columbus, she knew her next stop was Hawaii Island Humane Society.
Lowndes County School District expects to save nearly $8 million in energy savings within the next 20 years.
Betty Powers was sitting under a hair dryer in a beauty salon on Valentine's Day when her daughter, Angie McKinney, called and said she had stage three breast cancer.
Powers, who is currently battling lymphoma, stayed strong for her daughter until the phone call ended. Powers remembered her chemotherapy and treatment, but thinking of her daughter going through a similar battle felt more difficult.
If you're driving past the Magnolia Bowl, you may have seen a Rhett Realty sign perched in front of Columbus Inn and Suites.
When Camille Smith started her junior year of high school, she knew she wanted to help the environment. But it wasn't until she joined the robotics team that she decided to become an environmental engineer.
When it comes to student discipline at Columbus Municipal School District, the buses seem to be the biggest problem areas, district officials say.
Columbus Municipal School District is looking for ways to provide internet access to all of its students even when they are at home.
Liberty Steel Products Holding, of North Jackson, Ohio, has acquired a majority interest in Mississippi Steel Processing, 400 N. Steel Road in Columbus.
Columbus Municipal School District Special Education Department has been found compliant by the Mississippi Department of Education in three formal state complaints filed against the district last year.
Columbus Municipal School District will host a public meeting tonight to address improvements and ongoing concerns about its special education department (SPED) amid a state investigation.
Local school administrators expressed shock at the State Board of Education's decision Thursday to postpone approving letter grade accountability ratings for school districts and schools.
The Mississippi Department of Education released its school district accountability grades Thursday, which showed improvements for three school districts in the Golden Triangle.
Columbus will have a new "ultimate sports bar" in October on Highway 45.
A tornado ripped through Propst Park Tuesday morning causing numerous fatalities and injuries.
Though just a drill, local agencies responded to the scene as if the disaster happened in real life.
This Sunday, feel free to walk down Main Street and tour three different event venues in Columbus.
A commercial tenant has agreed to do business on the first floor of the old Columbus Depot.
Kelly Pittman and her husband Matt are opening an events and catering venue they will simply call The Depot, giving a nod to the history of the 135-year-old building.
Mississippi University for Women has faced numerous state budget cuts in recent years, causing student tuition to fund more than 50 percent of its expenditures.
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