Starkville Academy graduate Ashley Cumberland has been a supporter of the U.S. military for as long as she can remember.
Starkville and Oktibbeha County soon will be the first areas of the state with access to a 311 non-emergency call service.
A group of Starkville parents could soon form an advisory committee to question the policies of the Starkville School District and make recommendations to the SSD board of trustees.
The Starkville Planning and Zoning Commission granted a conditional use request Thursday which opens the door for renovation of the former University Inn on Highway 12, across from Mississippi State University.
One member of the Starkville Board of Aldermen believes the board violated Mississippi's Open Meetings Law Tuesday night during an executive session after its recess meeting in City Hall.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State faculty and staff members are being honored for their hard work and dedication in ensuring the successful educational development of university students.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen took the first step toward protecting the city's historic homes and landmarks Tuesday when it voted 6-1 to form a Historic Preservation Commission.
Construction of a five-acre motor coach and recreational vehicle park near Mississippi State University will have to wait.
Starkville school officials are expecting another lean year for 2010-2011 as expected state funding in the $54.4 million budget will be about $1.5 million less than last year after the cuts.
The Starkville School District board of trustees got a new board member as Lee Brand Jr. was sworn in Tuesday night to the position left vacant for more than two months.
Residents of Oktibbeha County who have non-traditional mailbox posts could soon face fines if the posts aren't replaced.
A once-vacant building at Highway 12 and the Highway 25 bypass is now home to a disaster coordination center for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
The third season of the Starkville Community Market kicked off Saturday with hundreds of local residents and dozens of vendors crowding the market's new location at Jackson and Lampkin streets.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen spent nearly five hours Saturday touring the city, talking to residents about flooding and drainage problems, and formulating plans to address issues in each of Starkville's seven wards.
Some of the top chefs in the region will gather Tuesday at Mississippi State University for a cookoff to benefit the Mississippi Firefighters Memorial Burn Association.
A Starkville High School student was arrested Wednesday for assaulting a teacher.
The third season of the Starkville Community Market is set to kick off this weekend at the corner of Jackson and Lampkin streets.
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