The Ledger-Enquirer presents a series all about Fort Benning in honor of the post’s 100 year anniversary. From October 19 through 28, we’ll have new stories about the post’s history and impact on Columbus.
Ria’s Ethnic Foods off of Warm Springs Road has an Indian shop and restaurant where Anuradha Rewatkar makes everything from scratch and by hand each day. She demonstrated how to cook Chicken Tikka Masala.
The Ledger-Enquirer’s new video project Order Up! features a local dish each week based on the winner of a reader poll. Each week readers are invited to vote for what dish they want a behind-the-scenes look at.
Anuradha Rewatkar, founder and chef at Ria's Ethnic Foods, takes you step-by-step in the preparation of Chicken Tikka Masala, a favorite at her small Indian restaurant at 4848 Warm Springs Road. Plus tips on cooking with Indian spices and pastes.
Anuradha Rewatkar strives to make every dish special for her customers, and will even make changes on-the-fly based on the diner's request or preference. She never went to cooking school -- she's trained and worked as a physical therapist.
A road-widening project on Veterans Parkway in Columbus is making yet another shift that could delay motorists. Crews will be shifting traffic back to the original lanes on Wednesday. The project was launched in 2014 and has shot past its completion deadline.
A food, drink and fun German-style Oktoberfest celebration is on tap Friday through Sunday at Fort Benning’s Uchee Creek Campground and Marina. The public is invited to the event, which includes plenty of children’s activities.
During a Recorder’s Court hearing on Aug. 8, 2017, Alexander Jackson pleaded not guilty to tampering with evidence in connection with a body found burned beyond recognition in the trunk of a stolen car July 10 near Harbison Drive and Head Street. Jackson was shot early Monday
Darrell E. Kelley, who turned 50 on Tuesday, pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual battery, enticing a child for indecent purposes and child molestation involving a 12-year-old and her 17-year-old sister
A $10-million contract with Southeastern Site Development Inc. of Newnan , Ga., will finish elevations at the North Highlands Dam near the old Bibb Mill and sections of the trail near City Mills along First Avenue at 18th Street.
Columbus High School is among the U.S. schools with the initials “CHS” that received notification of a possible threat, but Muscogee County School District security investigated and determined it to be false.
CeeJae Fowler is a U.S. Army veteran and founder of CherAmi Farms, a mentoring and horsemanship program in Russell County, Alabama that is now almost seven years old. Fowler's goal is to uplift and encourage at-risk girls in the community.