Columbus Light and Water will look to its electric customers to raise $1.4 million in new revenue next fiscal year.
Columbus City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved hires for two key positions in the police department, though city officials would not publicly announce the hires.
A member of Columbus Police Department's criminal investigation division has racked up more than 338 hours of overtime in the last four months, some of it as Mayor Robert Smith's driver.
The officer now leading Columbus Police Department's criminal investigation division has a documented history of mishandling evidence.
When visiting his father's grave in Sandfield Cemetery one day last year, Jabari Edwards took a good hard look around him at the neighborhood he once called home.
He didn't like what he saw.
Another Columbus night club will temporarily reduce its hours following a weekend shooting that injured two men across the street from its premises.
Columbus police are seeking suspects in an early Saturday morning shooting near a nightclub on Seventh Avenue North.
By a 4-2 vote Tuesday, Columbus City Council members appointed George T. Sumrall to the Municipal Election Commission.
When four Armstrong Middle School students entered a contest in March that challenged them to develop an idea for a business, they immediately looked for a way to improve a problem in their own lives.
Redevelopment plans in Burns Bottom are on hold, as the neighborhood's future is now directly tied to the value the state will assign to its past.
May could prove a critical month in the future of the Lee Middle School property on Military Road.
Power rates are going up in October for Columbus Light and Water customers.
Exactly how much is still up in the air.
A recently hired Columbus Police Department officer being investigated for soliciting a minor in West Point has been fired.
Columbus has formally joined forces with Lowndes County District 5 Supervisor Leroy Brooks on a multi-faceted initiative aimed to prevent crime.
About 10 years ago, a young girl came to George Irby looking for a job.
She was 16, Irby recalled, and she had a 3-year-old child of her own.
Former Lowndes County jail administrator Rick Jones has announced his intent to run for sheriff in 2019.
A simple plan aimed to engage citizens in shaping a redevelopment plan for the old Kerr-McGee plant site backfired Thursday night in the Sim Scott Park Community Center.
Columbus councilmen voted to terminate a city firefighter Tuesday following a lengthy executive session at the Municipal Complex.
Notre Dame is a second-half team. Everyone knew that, and the Irish's late comebacks had already become things of legend in this year's NCAA Tournament.
Years ago, filling local boards and commissions with concerned citizens was no problem, Columbus Chief Operations Officer David Armstrong said.
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