For the film industry, the holiday season is a major opportunity to roll out blockbuster releases, says Dr. Van Roberts, a longtime movie aficionado.
The house at 1324 Third Ave. N. sits on the corner of 14th Street where it has been empty at least five years according to the neighbors. It's an old house, with dingy walls outside and an overgrown lawn, but when next-door neighbor and artist Dustin Vance looked at it, he saw its potential.
When we think about money, we're not talking about just money, but also a host of related consequences and deeply felt emotions, says retirement specialist Lee Stoerzinger.
One in nine people on earth do not have enough to eat; in America it's one in seven; and in Mississippi, one in four.
Each New Year, people make resolutions to better various aspects of their lives, but for busy pet owners, it can be important to be reminded of the best ways to take care of the furry family.
A respected Mississippi State management professor who has served in a number of interim administrative roles now has another at the university.
Santa Claus has a lot of calls to make every Christmas, so it should come as no surprise that he enlists helpers to make a few of them early.
The Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation's Excellence in Leadership Award for 2015 goes to Doug Yelverton of Lowndes County.
The Clay County Historical and Genealogical Society announces that its 2016 West Point-Clay County Calendar is now on sale.
Whether driving or flying with a pet this holiday season, keeping in mind a few guidelines can ease the stress.
Mississippi State's band staff again is inviting university students and employees, as well as Golden Triangle residents with previous band experience, to participate in the Starkville-MSU Community Band.
The coordinated terror attacks in Paris on the night of Friday, Nov. 13 stopped Harley Hendricks in her tracks. The Caledonia High School senior and French language student was stunned, as the world was, to hear the breaking news out of France.
Pearls of wisdom -- or just a smile for the day -- may pop up in the most unexpected places. A coffee house, for instance.
On the surface, a Christmas Tour of Homes in Columbus would seem to have nothing in common with a vacation Beth and Duff Jeffers once took, but look again.
The greenhouses of Palmer Home for Children have gone ruby red, thanks to almost 3,500 Christmas poinsettias.
A counseling center in Columbus that has been a place of healing for more than a decade bears a new name, memorializing a man who propelled its formation.
Mississippi State University again is listed among the Military Times Best for Vets: College 2016 rankings.
Families of all types come together during the holidays through old and new traditions.
The Mississippi Hills Heritage Area Alliance will hold two public workshops, which will deal with the necessary requirements for preparing applications under their recently announced Community Grant Program.
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