May is Mental Health Month. In celebration of it, several agencies will partner to host a panel discussion event Thursday, May 28 in Columbus.
A rural tourism workshop on June 1-2 in West Point will focus on technology and offer new ideas for attracting visitors to the state's hidden treasures.
Not far from the hum of traffic on Starkville's Highway 12 lies a quiet green space. Most people never pass it in the course of their day, never know it's there in the curve on Josey Avenue.
Judie Holmes is far too familiar with the difficulties some veterans face as they reintegrate to home and community after military service.
Sisters Sade and Jade Meeks spend most of their time doing things together, including going to school, being roommates, hanging with friends and going out to eat.
Mississippi State's vice president for campus services has been named the Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women's 2015 Ambassador of the Year.
Dr. Kim Whitehead, assistant professor of English and religious studies at Mississippi University for Women, was named Faculty Member of the Year at commencement ceremonies the weekend of May 9.
Like many moms today, Dena Nobles, a mother of four whose family lives in Starkville, will spend the day with her children.
Mississippi State's director of university parking, transit and sustainability is a recipient of a Mississippi Business Journal annual honor.
During the past 30 years of his improbable life, Mark Landis of Laurel has been called a philanthropist, a con artist, a benefactor, a criminal.
The Loaves and Fishes Community Soup Kitchen in Columbus served 18,183 meals in 2014. Volunteers at the heart of the nonprofit ministry expect that number to be even higher this year.
2. Local vampire film to debut in Columbus ENTERTAINMENT
4. Art Walk Downtown returns to Columbus Thursday ENTERTAINMENT
5. Final prep underway for free open-air play at MSU ENTERTAINMENT