Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors President Orlando Trainer confirmed plans are in the works to bring together the county governing board and the Starkville Board of Aldermen together for at least one strategic planning session.
The Mill development moved another step toward becoming reality Thursday when the state college board approved a series of agreements finalizing the project's plans.
Former Starkville Mayor Dan Camp delivered a blistering letter Tuesday urging aldermen to preserve the city's sidewalk ordinance unless they want the city to suffer a major setback.
An upcoming review of Starkville's sidewalk and landscaping ordinances is delayed until February after Community Developer William Snowden was placed on unpaid medical leave for six weeks Tuesday.
Starkville Police Department charged Joe Mitchell Gillespie, 26, with robbery after he turned himself over to authorities Monday.
Starkville in Motion President Ron Cossman says his group will spend the coming weeks educating the community, including new aldermen, about the socio-economic impact sidewalks provide the city.
STARKVILLE -- Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors President Orlando Trainer says OCH Regional Medical Center's recent scale back with employee salary and work hours highlights the need to put the business through an independent financial analysis, a step required by law before a taxpayer-owned health care facility can be sold.
OCH Regional Medical Center's Fiscal Year 2013-2014 budget projects almost $1.5 million in operating income after administrators cut almost $2 million from expenses compared to the previous year.
Mississippi State University announced Thursday its intention to raise $600 million through a capital fundraising campaign called Infinite Impact.
All that is left of the former Starkville Electric Department's Main Street facility is a portion of its front fašade.
On a freezing afternoon in 1963, Mississippi State's football team blocked a punt and ran it in for a touchdown at the Bulldogs' first post-season appearance in 22 years.
OCH Regional Medical Center CEO Richard Hilton confirmed some hospital employees will see a slight reduction in pay and work hours as the company attempts to offset rising expenses and lower reimbursements for health care services.
State Rep. Joey Hood, R-Ackerman, confirmed Tuesday he will again propose renaming a portion of a local roadway after former Mississippi State University President Donald Zacharias in the upcoming legislative session.
Starkville police officers are searching for a suspect who allegedly robbed someone after first asking for money.
Twelve area residents pitched various ideas -- defund the Affordable Care Act, get out of Common Core educational standards and protect gun owners' rights -- during Miss. House Speaker Phillip Gunn's "Mississippi Solutions -- An Ideas Tour" stop Tuesday at Mississippi State University.
East Mississippi Community College and Oktibbeha County representatives say they're willing to work together on a partnership that would bring a workforce training satellite facility to Starkville.
As economic developers and business representatives shook hands after C Spire announced it will construct a $22 million data-processing facility in Starkville, local leaders trumped up the successful relationship between Oktibbeha County and the Golden Triangle Development Link, and set their sights on the next job-producing investment.
Increased Greater Starkville Development Partnership revenues will help pay for more advertising and marketing, a tool CEO Jennifer Gregory says directly impacts tourism and out-of-town spending in Starkville.
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