“It’s a place for all by all, it is a place for community,” says President of the Cotton Companies, Christopher Woodruff.
Local Publix associates are going green for their 7th annual Publix Serves Week.
The Lanett Police Department recently announced a new chief after former Police Chief Jonny Wood announced his retirement last year.
Fans of longtime play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz should soak up every moment: It’s his final NCAA Tournament.
Prom season is just around the corner, and the Harris County School District wants to help you out.
Previously, the district would host community resource events, such as school registration and resume writing classes at a library or other location.
The Russell County Sheriff’s Office Department of Corrections will host a job fair on March 30.
"I been farming since 1951."
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has launched a new political action committee to boost Democrats in Republican states
Alabama All-American forward Brandon Miller is heading to the NBA after displaying versatile talent and potential in his lone season of college basketball
Bubba Wallace's self-confidence is struggling after a slow start to the season and back-to-back poor finishes as he heads into Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at Richmond Raceway
Auburn’s top basketball signee from last year, Yohan Traore, plans to transfer
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey will not support the use of state tax dollars to assist financially ailing Birmingham-Southern College
Nick Saban not surprisingly says his quarterback, Bryce Young, is the best prospect in the upcoming NFL draft
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The event highlighted students and showcased African American culture through music, dance and poetry.
A Columbus woman turns 106 years old today! Annie Lee Lias had family and friends gather to celebrate the significant milestone.
Operation Correct Start Street Academy’s Saving Our Sons campaign and several organizations will host a boot camp for students during the upcoming winter break in response to the rise of violence in the community.
The Phenix City Police Department and Advance Auto Parts are working to increase safety for motorists in the community. On Feb. 16, they kicked off a new safety initiative program.
A Columbus country artist is taking over his hometown this weekend in the biggest way.
Love thy neighbor and love the babies!
The students were chosen to complete the Easter Seal West Georgia, ‘All Means All’ Valentine’s Day Project, making pillowcases.
Almost three decades ago, one local Black florist set out to crack into the flower business. More than three decades later, she is the only Black-owned business of her kind in Columbus and still is going strong.
A record number of freshman will be yelling “War Eagle” this fall!