A long-time Mississippi State University floral professor is now teaching the Mississippi public about floral design.
One of the most widely recognized butterflies in North America, the monarch, is disappearing fast.
Travel emergencies can happen at any time, but planning ahead with well-stocked first-aid kits can help take the sting out of road disasters.
The Starkville Area Arts Council (SAAC) has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC).
When vacations beckon, finding reliable care for a beloved family pet is too often an afterthought, a detail to be left to a friend, neighbor or the teenager down the block.
Mississippi State's English Language Institute is providing Southern flavor to a program that helps international graduate students prepare for American college life.
When Aaron Jenkins began working for Cracker Barrel Old Country Store three years ago, the 2007 Caledonia High School graduate didn't envision that career path would eventually lead right back home.
"Once upon a time." That's how Carlos Rosales hopes any book ever written about his life will begin.
Candy Grant's fertile imagination has already fueled five published children's books, with more soon to come.
Almost 80 years after Ben F. Chilcutt -- Mr. Ben -- founded Ben F. Chilcutt and Sons, the family business known widely as New Home Building Stores welcomes the fifth generation to learn the ropes.
Candy Crecink of Starkville has been the executive director of the United Way of North Central Mississippi since only late May.
The scalding heat of summer couldn't slow down local Lowndes County 4-H Horse Club members from participating in the 2015 Northeast District and State 4-H Horse Shows in June.
Summer in Mississippi brings a bountiful buffet of fruits, vegetables, flowers and shrubs to enjoy -- but not just for people.