Columbia School Board budget

Return on assets

Richland Road project revisited

New neighborhood association

The City Council approved the formation of the Tenth Hitt Elm Locust Neighborhood Association at Monday night's meeting.

Canning at home

CLARIFICATION: The National Center for Home Food Preservation recommends using 2-piece lids when canning, which includes canning flats and rings. Jars should also be placed on racks in canners to prevent jars from coming into contact with direct heat from the bottom of the pot. (06/25/2009)

Approved parking lot site

Going digital

Rainfall totals

City to install red-light cameras

By early July, the Columbia Police Department will install permanent cameras, designed to capture evidence of drivers running red lights, at two intersections in the city. These two intersections, used during a temporary study in April, were deemed to be public safety issues.

Columbia's criminal activity by age


City stimulus requests up to $126 million

New development approved on Route Z

The classification of the approximately 210 acres was changed from agricultural to light industrial in the hopes of attracting businesses to the region. While local business leaders, such as the Columbia Area Jobs Foundation, supported the measure, area residents expressed concern over the change for a variety of reasons.

Columbia bus riderships rises

Rolling Hills Road extension

Range line bike lanes, sidewalks

GetAbout Columbia's budget

Ragtime Festival schedule

Request to rezone 201 acres

Green Acres LLC has requested permission to rezone 210 acres off Route Z from residential to light industrial.

How MU salaries rank

Compared with the other AAU institutions, that puts MU at No. 26 out of 34 schools when ranking salary increases during that 10-year period.