Opelika Main Street and the Opelika Chamber of Commerce teamed up to create viewing events downtown. Games will be projected on a big screen at the intersection of North 8th Street and North Railroad Avenue.
Columbus City Council addressed a number of important issues Tuesday, from the latest COVID-19 trends in the city, to a request from Columbus State University’s Art Department to paint a mural spotlighting racial injustice.
Starting January 1, city and public safety employees in Columbus will have more money in their pockets. According to Columbus Mayor Skip Henderson, a two-percent pay increase for employees was included in the 2020 to 2021 budget that the city council approved.