NAACP responds to local branch’s complaint

The President and CEO of the national office of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has cleared local President Tonza Thomas...

Three Columbus Technical College students bring home gold

Three members of Columbus Technical College's SkillsUSA Team brought home gold medals while teammates earned seven silver and three bronze awards during statewide competition...

Does a $5 Million Suit Loom for Muscogee County?

Lawyers on both sides are busy doing their homework, a 14-year-old student allegedly injured in a confrontation with his teacher is hospitalized recovering from...

River Valley jobless rate falls in latest report

At the same time, the 16-county area saw its labor force shrink and the number of employed grow. All major indicators remain positive for the year.

Recovering student continues to make news

    Montravious Thomas, the 13-year-old seventh grader who lost his leg after a controversial incident in a Muscogee County classroom last month, continues to make...

Collaboration will improve care for children at local hospital

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Piedmont Columbus Regional have announced a formal collaboration between the two facilities with a goal of better serving children...

Service of Remembrance at Infantry Museum will mark end of World War I

  The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center will host a Service of Remembrance on Sunday, Nov. 11, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end...

Columbus sets unemployment record in September

In Columbus, the unemployment rate decreased 0.7 percentage points in September, reaching 3.6 percent. A year ago, the rate was 4.2 percent.

What’s next for the Government Center?

Discussion about the future of the Columbus Government Center continues, highlighted this week by another public tour of the building and a meeting of...