The W.C. Bradley Co. is poised to announce the largest real estate venture in its long history on Wednesday when it goes public with plans for a $52 million residential and retail complex along the Chattahoochee River in downtown Columbus.
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Company announces major development in downtown
Brenda Connally-Brown celebrates 50 years with her Suntrust Bank family
Columbus State University swears in new police chief
Chamber of Commerce hosts annual Military Appreciation Breakfast
First Responders grill out with doctors and nurses at Midtown Medical Center.
Judge hands down sentences in Peachtree Mall murder trial
Lady Blue Devils are state champions in a rain-shorten tournament
Candlelight vigil remembers those who have died of AIDS
Royale Lampley talks about staying on task to graduate Jordan High School
Raw Video: Pacelli High graduates toss their caps into the air
Columbus Regional Health breaks ground on emergency center at Northside Medical Center
Father fears he won't know full details of son's death after suspect killed
Fort Benning: A quick look at the Turning Blue Ceremony.
Mark Lott was sworn in Thursday afternoon as Columbus State University's new police chief during a ceremony in the lobby of University Hall at Columbus State University. CSU officials announced earlier in May that Lott had been named CSU’s new police chief, a position he has held on an interim basis since last fall.
Georgia's Attorney General Chris Carr was the featured speaker Thursday morning during the 2017 Military Appreciation Breakfast, hosted by the Greater Columbus Georgia Chamber of Commerce, at Columbus State University's Cunningham Conference Center.
Xzavaien Trevon Jones was sentenced to life without parole for murder, plus a $10,000 fine for gang violence. Tekoa Chantrell Young and Terell Raquez McFarland were both sentenced to life with parole plus a $10,000 fine for gang violence. They will be eligible for parole in 30 years.
The Columbus High girls golfers "played their hearts out" early in the GHSA Class 4A state championship tournament at Maple Ridge Golf Course knowing that a rainout was possible on the final day of play. The young Lady Blue Devils starting foursome, two freshman and two sophomores, took home the first place trophy.
Colgay PRIDE of Columbus hosted a local observance of the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial Sunday evening at Lake Oliver Marina to remember those who have died from AIDS and to raise social consciousness about HIV and AIDS. Here's a short video of participants releasing lanterns as part of the ceremony.
Jordan High senior Royale Lampley lives in a tough neighborhood, but with guidance from his mentor Ben Holden and the Columbus Scholars program, he will graduate high school and is looking ahead to college and a career that will allow him to 'give back' to the community.
Officials with Columbus Regional Health, project designers and builders, and city councilors broke ground on a new 10-bed, 12,000-square foot emergency services center that will serve north Columbus and relieve pressure from existing emergency rooms.
Dudley Jones Sr. of Columbus speaks on the death of his 44-year-old son Dudley Jones Jr., who was killed April in the 2200 block of Ticknor Drive. Jones found out Friday afternoon the man suspected in his son's death was pronounced dead of blunt-force trauma at 11:55 a.m. Thursday after he was fatally struck by a police vehicle on Cusseta Road.
Fort Benning graduated Friday morning its first gender-integrated Infantry One Station Unit Training(OSUT) class. Eighteen women were among the 137 graduates from A Company, 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, 198th Infantry Brigade to become new U.S. Army infantry soldiers. Here's a quick look at the company's Turning Blue Ceremony.
The third and final phase of U.S. Army gender integration reached a significant milestone Friday when 18 women graduated from One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, becoming infantrymen. Here's a quick look at some of their training.
Deonte Marces Giles, 22, was killed following a police car chase that ended in a crash on Cusseta Road and 25th Avenue involving Giles and a police cruiser. Giles was a suspect in the April 1, 2017 murder of Dudley Jones, Jr., on Ticknor Drive.