From haunted hay rides, festivals and trick-or-treating to literary events and feeding the poor, the area has no shortage of events for the fall.
The Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man who walked out of Circuit Court during his trial Tuesday.
Power Integrations Inc. has announced that it will invest $30 million in SemiSouth Laboratories Inc., a semiconductor manufacturer in Starkville.
He plowed his white 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee through two front yards, turning statues into rubble and hitting a pickup truck. After battering the yards, in the 1600 block of Seventh Street North, he kept driving, leaking transmission fluid all the way to 824 Seventh St. N. There, three concerned citizens confronted William D. Sherman, who was apparently inebriated, and waited for police.
A 23-year veteran Columbus police officer has resigned from his position in the wake of accusations he raped a woman and violated departmental policies.
The Columbus Police Department will hear citizens concerns and suggestions about crime prevention at a citywide meeting in the Trotter Convention Center tonight at 6.
The Lowndes County Sheriff's Office reported the following felony arrests:
The Columbus Light and Water board today will likely discuss spending as much as $1.8 million to buy land in Lowndes County for sludge disposal.
Local residents who need help updating their resume or who want information on additional educational opportunities can attend a seminar this weekend in McKee Park.
The city of Starkville's transportation committee is inviting the public to attend a meeting this evening at the Gillespie Street Center to discuss sidewalks and other accessibility needs around town.
The trial of a Starkville man facing charges for an October 2009 shooting on North Montgomery Street was continued Tuesday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
Papers filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission today show that Cadence Bank forged ahead with its failed merger agreement with Trustmark Bank on the same day that it received a higher offer from Community Bancorp, which scooped up the Starkville bank weeks later.
Any public funding of a planned health and wellness center is at least a year away. In the meantime, Dr. Rick Young, president of East Mississippi Community College, hopes to drum up interest in the project, which he hopes will have regional appeal.
A domestic jungle in Oakdale Park is making the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors lose its collective patience.
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