Columbia tutoring leaders and mentors focus on students' individual needs, backgrounds and ways of learning to try to bridge the academic achievement gap and level the playing field.
The North Central Columbia Neighborhood Association talked about development on the corner of Walnut Street and College Avenue.
Janet E. Barnes, who was struck by a car Monday evening while crossing College Avenue in her motorized wheelchair, has played an active role in Columbia.
City Manager Mike Matthes sent a letter to the mayor and City Council members on Friday outlining a response to an independent review of the Columbia Police Department. Concrete goals for improvement are expected by mid-May.
Known as "Heez on Fire," a stage name stemming from his high-school days, Tim Hanson records and manages local artists out of his three-bedroom house.
The language chosen by some people during this presidential campaign to express their displeasure is off the charts.
The conference commissioners in charge of the Bowl Championship Series will meet again to try to sort out the future of the BCS.
Dave Parmley, the developer of the new downtown DoubleTree hotel, plans to open a sample guest room near his building site by the end of the year.
Westminster College in Fulton announced it will open its first branch campus in its 161-year history in the fall 2013. The campus will be located in Mesa, Ariz.
Public relations unit supervisor Sgt. Jill Schlude said she hoped the new appointment would more quickly and efficiently help the media.
Columbia Imagined, Columbia's plan to improve and maintain the local community, is asking for the public opinion of its residents as it enters the fourth of six phases.
The newborn grandson is the only thing that brings his grandmother and grandfather out of their depression from losing their daughter, son-in-law and 2-year-old grandson in a car crash.
The woman in a motorized wheelchair who was hit by a car Monday near Stephens College was in critical condition as of Tuesday morning.
The Blues and Los Angeles Kings were the two lowest-scoring Western Conference teams to make the playoffs. The Blues (165) and Kings (179) also allowed the fewest goals in the league during the regular season.
Shirley Jean Traxler of Columbia died Monday, April 23, 2012. She was 76.
Crystal Crane of Columbia died Tuesday, April 24, 2012. She was 92.
Crystal E. Crane of Columbia died Tuesday, April 24, 2012. She was 92.
Ryan Lewis of Ashland died Sunday, April 22, 2012, following an automobile accident. He was 34.
Joye Patterson of Columbia died Monday, April 16. She was 86 years old.
Shirley Jean Traxler of Columbia died Monday, April 23. She was 76 years old.