A Tampa, Florida, bankruptcy court judge has rejected a $50 million lawsuit in which an out-of-town property owner argued the Columbus city government illegally demolished mobile homes on his property.
City Manager Isiaiah Hugley said the city will be saving money in the long term by purchasing the former Virginia College building.
The Chief of the Columbus Fire and EMS Department is retiring after 38 years with the city.
Columbus Police officers were busy stopping pedestrians in downtown Columbus, and manning checkpoints at two other locations, to not write citations, but instead reward pedestrians and motorists for obeying laws and doing things the right way.
Columbus Council Tuesday night will consider deleting an “antiquated” local law that prohibits the act of tattooing on Sundays or Sabbath days.
Columbus city leaders are readying their defenses for a legal assault from the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
A Tampa, Florida-based property owner is seeking $50 million in damages from the City of Columbus, alleging the city demolished two trailer parks in south Columbus despite the properties being under legal protection. The city says the allegations are “totally false.”
New details were released about the six-story AC Marriott hotel that is going in the 1200 block of Broadway during an unveiling ceremony Tuesday evening.
Columbus police and fire administrators hope new rules and larger fines could help curb an increasingly large number of false burglary, fire and medical alarms that first responders are called to investigate.
After 45 years of public service, with the last 18 spent at the Housing Authority of Columbus, Len Williams has announced he will retire from his role as chief executive officer in June.