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.
Mike HaskeyThe Ledger-Enquirer
Company announces major development in downtown
Snakes, gators and bigger snakes at the annual Oxbow Meadows Reptile Fest
Sunday Interview with Dr Sylvester McRae
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Rev. Willie Phillips keeps fighting for a crime-free Winterfield neighborhood
Sen. Bob Dole visits the National Infantry Museum
Synovus Chairman and CEO Kessel Stelling talks with the Ledger-Enquirer following the annual shareholders meeting
Columbus High student wins first scholarship honoring longtime educators
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CSU Servant Leadership students pitch in at SafeHouse Ministries at Rose Hill United Methodist Church
Dr. Sylvester McRae with the St. Francis OB/GYN Associates, who is the grandson of slaves, has delivered more than 10,000 babies in his forty year career. In his interview with the Ledger-Enquirer he also expresses his views on the Affordable Care Act.