Rosa Parks was not opposed to buses.
Gandhi harbored no ill will against food.
As far as we know, our Forefathers liked tea just fine.
When Dr. Julius Kato was just a boy of 14 he began running.
He hasn't stopped running since.
The OCH Regional Medical Center's Board of Trustees held the last of three meetings Thursday to evaluate proposals from three health care systems vying for an affiliation with the hospital.
Call them the Wolf Pups of Wall Street.
Wednesday's legislative forum at Lion Hills focused on a handful of much-discussed statewide issues -- and one local one.
In an earlier time, Rep. Jeff Smith would be known as a dandy, defined as a person unduly devoted to style, neatness and fashion in dress and appearance.
Unemployment rates continued near historic lows in the month of April based on monthly data released Tuesday by the Mississippi Department of Employment Security.
William Vincen "W.V." West, who died Monday at age 89, was a lot of things.
Jasmine Murray is making a name for herself in the music business and that name is Fearless.
In city government, budget surprises are rarely good news.
Howard Sherman has lived, off and on, in Meridian for the past 18 years.
A familiar face will soon take over as Lowndes County building inspector, at least to the person responsible for the hire.
Billy Brewer, who made a habit of getting what he was never really supposed to have and going places where he was never supposed to go, is coming home.
Rarely will you see a proposal greeted more warmly than that presented by Derrick McEwen at Monday's meeting of the Caledonia Park Commission.
Saturday is a rare day. The one day a year you can place something at your mailbox and have it delivered without worrying about having proper postage.
The Depot building on the corner of Main Street and 13th Street South was once a bustling location, with tens of thousands of travelers arriving and departing at the train station.
Thomas Huebner has resigned as president of East Mississippi Community College, EMCC Board Chairman Jimmie Moore confirmed Wednesday.
If you're a college student in Mississippi, the cost of your education went up last week. Again.
Even as the Columbus Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau still works on a revised budget to stay in operation through the end of the year, organizers for two of the nine festivals the CVB helps fund have announced they will cancel this year's event.
The Rite Aid Pharmacy, located at 1800 Highway 45 N., will close its doors this month after a March deal between the company and Walgreens, the nation's largest pharmacy chain.
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