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.
The Starkville Police Department recently released its arrest report for Sept. 27 through Oct. 8.
As Starkville Municipal Court Administrator Tony Rook walked the city's newly formed Municipal Complex Committee through City Hall Tuesday morning, committee members couldn't hide their surprise at the condition of the 71-year-old building.
Starkville school board officials met over lunch Monday to hammer out two goals for the school district and to ask Superintendent Judy Couey to add items to the proposed list.
Nobody was injured, but several small structures were damaged Tuesday afternoon when high winds fanned a wildfire near Oktibbeha County Lake.
The Golden Triangle Regional Solid Waste Management Authority plans to build the largest "green" generator in the area in the coming year.
The Florida Care Day Training Center is planning to move to a new 8,500-square-foot facility at the corner of North Montgomery Street and Womack Road.
SemiSouth Laboratories is set to begin a new strategic relationship with a California-based clean technology company.
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5. Starkville man gets 60 years for murder, robbery STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY