Three Columbus men and a Macon man have been arrested for a home invasion last week on Reed Road.
A Eupora man was killed Tuesday in a two-vehicle crash in western Oktibbeha County.
Market Fest, a benefit concert for the Starkville Community Market, will take place Thursday from 8 p.m. to midnight at Dave's Dark Horse Tavern at 410 Dr. Martin Luther King Dr. E., in Starkville.
Oktibbeha County school officials closed out the 2010 business year Monday night with a discussion of their wellness policy, school bus needs and a goodbye to board member Yvette Rice.
The Starkville Police Department Monday released its weekend arrest report.
Results of the 2010 Starkville Christmas Parade, as provided by the Greater Starkville Development Partnership:
The city's citizen-led beautification committee is upset over the recent replacement of downtown trees and bushes.
The Starkville Police Department arrested one man and two juveniles Sunday for an armed robbery earlier in the night on Highway 12, and are investigating their possible connection with an earlier store robbery.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen Tuesday will consider calling for another public hearing to amend the city's sidewalk ordinance, only this time the board intends to exempt specific streets from the controversial walkway construction requirements.
A community breakfast will be held this week to benefit Starkville native Cpl. Timothy Read, who was injured recently while serving in Afghanistan.
Cadence Financial Corp. has tentatively settled a lawsuit accusing the directors of the Starkville-based bank of misleading shareholders for personal profit.
The Starkville Christmas Parade is set to take place this Saturday.
The Starkville Police Department released its arrest report for the last two weeks.
Starkville's 38th annual Holiday Bazaar will conclude today at the city's Sportsplex after three days of arts, crafts and holiday decor.
The city of Starkville is inviting the public to attend two tours of City Hall in coming weeks so residents can catch a glimpse of the poor working conditions faced by city employees.
A man involved in an incident last year in which he was hit with a cowbell at a Mississippi State football game has sued his alleged attacker and the Southeastern Conference.
As M.J. Hill loaded clothes, shoes and other belongings onto a trailer Wednesday morning in The Pines mobile home park, the Mississippi State University senior was greeted by Isabella Collier and her son, Kenneth.
An anonymous gift of $1.5 million will be used to endow a chair of finance in the College of Business at Mississippi State University for the late Jack R. Lee.
A federal judge in Oxford has dismissed a wrongful imprisonment lawsuit filed by Tyler Edmonds.
The Starkville Police Department Tuesday released surveillance camera images of two men suspected of robbing a convenience store this weekend on Russell Street.
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