Robin Trimarchi, The Ledger-Enquirer

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Past articles by Robin:

Young writers bring fresh voices to coffee shop stage at local poetry slam

Young Columbus writers compete in local poetry slam to earn a spot on the team that will travel to Las Vegas for the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam. → Read More

Local museum, organizations honored with NASA Community Day award

The Coca-Cola Space Science Center was recently recognized for its efforts in coordinating a NASA Community Day, known here as Columbus Goes to Mars. The program was in 2017 and involved Muscogee County students. → Read More

Columbus artists shares his street photography at Black Art in America gallery

Architecture student Julian Plowden picked up a camera to document his design work, and discovered the beauty of candid street photography. His work is on display in a Columbus, Ga. museum. → Read More

Actors bring African-American sailors to life at the Civil War Naval Museum

Actors bring to life African-American sailors and other significant figures of the Civil War navies during Black History month program at the National Civil War Naval Museum in Columbus. → Read More

Broadway hit ‘Chicago’ opens Springer 2019 season. Here’s the rest of the line-up

The Springer Opera House announced its 2019 season, with Broadway hits like “Singing in the Rain” and “Chicago” leading the main stage, and a collaboration with the Space Center for Twinkle Twinkle Little-est Star → Read More

Young Columbus students find new rhythms with Ballet Hispánico

Third-graders at Dimon STEM Magnet Academy were treated to a Latin dance workshop with Ballet Hispánico Thursday, part of the dance company’s residency with the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts. → Read More

Car crashes into pole, burns in neighborhood off of Airport Thruway

A small four-door Infinity hatchback crashed into and broke a utility pole near 2200 Lancaster Drive late Tuesday afternoon before bursting into flames and causing a power outage at several nearby homes, according to witnesses. → Read More

A newborn baby was found in a cooler. Now Troup Co. officials want to find her mother

Four days after a newborn baby was found dead in a cooler along Boy Scout Road in LaGrange, the mother who abandoned the child hasn’t been identified, a Troup County Sheriff’s Deputy said. → Read More

40-foot mural of history unveiled at Mildred Terry Library

The newest Najee Dorsey mural was unveiled Saturday morning at the Mildred Terry Library in Columbus. The painting honors the legacy of the library, its staff and the Liberty District neighborhood. → Read More

Church brings an early Christmas to Fox Elementary students

Members of Evangel Temple treated 385 students to gifts and treats as part of their Operation Christmas Child. Instead of sending gift boxes overseas, the church decided this year to keep the program local. Publix Markets supplied bookbags with more treats and small gifts. → Read More

Synovus volunteers give a facelift to the 1,000th House of Heroes home

A team of Synovus employees made minor repairs and painted retired U.S. Army Sgt. Anna Lopardo’s home, the 1000th House of Heroes home nationwide to be served since the organization’s founding in 2000 in Columbus → Read More

Kim Porter laid to rest in elaborate service with fireworks; many stars in attendance

More than 1,000 people attended model Kim Porter’s funeral put together by her longtime companion Sean Diddy Combs in her hometown of Columbus, Georgia, on Saturday. Stars included Russell Simmons, Usher, Mary J. Blige, Lil’ Kim and Mase. Faith Evans and Yolanda Adams gave musical tributes. → Read More

Diddy, his children head to Columbus native Kim Porter’s funeral

Sean “Diddy” Combs, family and friends left the downtown Marriott Hotel Saturday morning to say goodbye to Columbus native and model Kim Antwinette Porter, who was found dead in her Los Angeles home. The funeral for the mother of four was held in Columbus, Georgia, at Cascade Hills Church. → Read More

Church receives grant money to restore historic Ewart Park home

Historic Columbus Foundation gives grant money to St. Mary’s Road United Methodist Church to seed Ewart Park neighborhood revitalization efforts → Read More

Wake for Warriors brings injured vets to Lake Harding for a day of water sports

The national nonprofit Wake for Warriors teamed up with Team Semper Fi to hold a weekend of water sports at Lake Harding for injured veterans from all branches of service. Colorado-based Paralympic snowboarder Staff Sgt. Jimmy Sides talks about his injury, and the friendships forged during Wake for Warriors weekends. → Read More

Man comes to Phenix City to reunite with dog that vanished 7 years ago

Phoenix, Arizona woman Melissa Seu and her husband got a call saying their dog Teddy had been found in Phenix City, Alabama after seven years. → Read More

Possible shooting under investigation at Columbus Home Depot

About a dozen officers are working the scene and there is limited information from police. → Read More

Motorcycle catches fire during the Fountain City Parade

A 2002 Honda Gold Wing motorcycle riding in line with the Buffalo Soldiers motorcycle club caught fire during the Fountain City Parade along the 1200 block of Broadway Saturday. → Read More

MercyMed of Columbus holds grand opening at facility after expansion

MercyMed of Columbus cut the ribbon on it’s newly expanded, 9,000-square-foot health care center with a grand opening celebration on Friday. → Read More

Officers share daily details of police work with Spencer athletes

The Columbus Police Department told high school athletes about police work and addressed their questions about law during a meeting Saturday morning at the public library. → Read More