Gerry Logan could hardly contain his emotions when the board of aldermen completed its vote to name him the city's new Parks and Recreation Department director.
Oktibbeha County may have clearance to pave a portion of Longview Road while awaiting federal money to complete the entire project, according to County Engineer Clyde Pritchard.
Giving students the opportunity to learn something new is a big part of helping them discover their own talents.
West Point police are searching for suspects after a fight at an American Legion post on East Morrow Street left at least one person injured.
Starkville may consider switching from providing garbage bags to residents in favor of 96-gallon tip carts after Starkville Sanitation and Environmental Services Director Calvin Ware and Mayor Lynn Spruill floated the idea during a Board of Aldermen work session on Friday.
Citizens pressed Starkville Housing Authority officials during a Thursday evening forum for details about a proposed land swap development that could see the public housing complex relocated.
Starkville Housing Authority will host a forum Thursday evening on a project to potentially relocate Pecan Acres in a land swap for a new commercial development on Highway 12.
Starkville Internal Medicine is open again on Wednesday after a federal investigation closed the facility on Tuesday.
Starkville aldermen are set to hire a new parks director after interviewing four candidates for most of Tuesday afternoon.
Therapy can take many forms, and Lori Irvin told Starkville Rotarians that working with horses can offer a sort of healing for some patients.
OCH Regional Medical Center and the University of Mississippi Medical Center hope partnering can improve health care in Oktibbeha County.
The city of Starkville has completed the first phase of road work for a $7.5 million capital improvement project.
City Engineer Edward Kemp updated aldermen on the project's progress at Tuesday's board of aldermen meeting.
A regional team of first responders continued a search Friday morning for an Oktibbeha County woman who is missing in southwestern Clay County.
A regional team of first responders is conducting a search for an Oktibbeha County woman who is missing in southwestern Clay County.
Starkville is raising water and sewer rates and adjusting its rate structure to help fund planned infrastructure upgrades.
A ruling in Johnny Moore's challenge of last year's mayoral election is only about three weeks away.
Starkville's water and sewage rates will likely increase as the city undertakes a massive infrastructure replacement project.
OCH Regional Medical Center in Starkville is partnering with the University of Mississippi Medical Center, the hospital announced on Tuesday.
OCH Regional Medical Center announced the hiring of James "Jim" Jackson as its new CEO on Monday.
Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann sees an educated workforce as the key to a strong economic future for the state.
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