Will council curb smokin’ in the boy’s room?

    It was a novelty song, more spoken than sung. People called it western swing though it had a dash of boogie-woogie. But to Solie...

Columbus Tech hosts young people from Boys and Girls Club for fun and learning

Twenty-four kids from the Boys & Girls Club of the Chattahoochee Valley are spending parts of their summer exploring possible future careers while having...

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...

CSU renaming campus commerce and technology center for Synovus

Columbus State University’s Center for Commerce and Technology will become the Synovus Center of Commerce and Technology at a renaming ceremony on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. “This naming...

Columbus sets record in April

Great news for our area!

CSU student-athletes receive academic honors from Peach Belt Conference

The Columbus State University athletic department had 101 student-athletes recognized as part of the 2018 Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll. The Presidential Honor Roll...

Points of Light honors Aflac for its commitment to social responsibility

Aflac, the leading provider of voluntary insurance at the worksite in the United States, has announced that Points of Light has named the Columbus-based...

Mr. Bill — The original Servant Leader

Theirs is a friendship you would never see coming. One is a dignified businessman in his 90s who is one of the wealthiest people in...

Eighty workers at Piedmont Columbus Regional to get 50 percent pay boost

Officials at Piedmont Healthcare have announced they are raising the starting wage for employees at Piedmont Columbus Regional to $11 per hour, an amount...

Columbus posts positive jobs numbers in May

Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that Columbus posted mostly positive jobs numbers for the month of May. Columbus saw increases in the labor...