Starkville will soon take the first steps toward a project that could transform the Highway 12 corridor between Spring and Russell streets.
Two Starkville residents were charged with auto burglary after a single-vehicle accident ended a police pursuit Thursday.
Oktibbeha County has secured federal grant funding for a $4.2 million storm shelter that is expected to house about 3,500 people during short-term storms, Emergency Management Director Jim Britt confirmed Wednesday.
Prosecutors will not move forward with a new murder trial against Willie Jerome Manning, who previously stood accused of killing two women 22 years ago, court documents show.
Three aldermen Tuesday indicated they're willing to discuss Starkville sanitation changes that could generate additional revenues as the department continues to suffer through equipment shortage and repair issues.
Oktibbeha County Emergency Management Director Jim Britt announced he will retire from his post this summer, supervisors confirmed Monday.
Aldermen are expected to authorize two Starkville structures for demolition Tuesday after city inspectors deemed the buildings unfit and unsafe for human habitation.
Plans to develop the proposed Innovation District's 326 acres of rolling countryside for advanced manufacturing were moving along perfectly until the Golden Triangle Development LINK announced it would walk away from the site because of mounting concerns produced from due diligence studies.
Visitors to the Golden Triangle will find a plethora of fun-filled events associated with Mississippi State University's Super Bulldog Weekend and Starkville's Cotton District Arts Festival, but rain could damper attendance figures.
Three days into her job, Oktibbeha County's new veterans' service officer Ammiana Kenard said Wednesday she's enjoying meeting former servicemen and servicewomen and helping connect them with benefits and assistance they previously did not have.
Mississippi State University announced Wednesday its capital fundraising campaign, Infinite Impact, has raised approximately $503.1 million and is closing in on its $600 million goal.
The Starkville School District is exploring a deal with East Mississippi Community College that would allow the junior college to offer general education testing and college-level classes at West Oktibbeha County High School.
The Golden Triangle possesses the city with the strongest micropolitan economy in Mississippi and one of the strongest in the U.S., according to a recently published study.
Starkville police officers arrested three people after a traffic stop led to the discovery of cocaine, marijuana and Ambien.
An Oktibbeha County mobile home burned to the ground Sunday, and its occupant escaped the blaze with minor injuries.
A Starkville resident has felony fleeing charges pending against him after local and state officials engaged in a short vehicle pursuit Friday.
A Louisville woman was charged with cocaine possession and Mathiston man was detained for an arrest warrant out of Ackerman after a Friday traffic stop on Industrial Park Boulevard.
Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard, the three musicians collectively known as ZZ Top, will perform a long-awaited concert today at Mississippi State University's Humphrey Coliseum.
Starkville Community Market organizers say they're hopeful to see the event, which is now under the Greater Starkville Development Partnership's third year of control, continue growing at its new Fire Station No. 1 park location this year.
A Mississippi State University search committee charged with finding the school's next vice president for student affairs announced four finalists will be interviewed this month.
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