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.
The trial of an Oktibbeha County woman accused of killing her husband while the couple hunted last year has been continued until the winter term of Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
Mississippi State University officials are urging students to be vigilant and take personal safety precautions after a reported mugging Tuesday on the edge of campus.
Engineers are finalizing plans for the Louisville Street widening project and hope to see construction begin by next summer.
As the air chills, many Golden Triangle residents are bracing for a winter of discontent with their utility bills.
A Natchez man charged with aggravated assault for a Sunday morning shooting in Brookville Gardens was set free Monday night after the state determined the incident was self-defense.
A Natchez man was charged this weekend with aggravated assault for a shooting Sunday morning in Brookville Gardens.
The smell can be detected from a block away -- a smoky mix of hickory, charcoal and pork, and it's coming from Petty's Barbecue on Highway 12 in Starkville.
Monthly fuel costs this month are down 5 percent from October, saving customers between $3.50 and $7 on their bills, according to the Tennessee Valley Authority.
A continuing investigation by Mississippi State's police department has determined that a campus crime reported earlier by a former student was false.
Halloween is surrounded by mystery, and one of the greatest mysteries to Mississippi farmers is why anyone would want to grow pumpkins.
Starkville's transportation committee is calling on the public to give input next week on sidewalks and other accessibility needs in the city.
Construction nearly is complete on the Mississippi State University Maroon Edition Habitat for Humanity in the Sunset subdivision west of Starkville.
Mississippi State University landscape architecture students wandered Columbus on Wednesday, scouting the area for design ideas.
Pet owners in Starkville will be in for a treat this weekend as the city celebrates Responsible Dog Ownership Day in McKee Park.
The Starkville planning and zoning commission Tuesday unanimously approved a conditional use request and preliminary plat for Florida Care Properties Inc. to build a new training center at the corner of North Montgomery Street and Womack Road.
Oktibbeha County School District officials closed out the books on the 2010 budget year when they approved the final budget in a brief business meeting Wednesday night.
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