Starkville residents can enjoy two outdoor events Saturday as the community market begins its summer season and the city's arts council hosts a Main Street art walk.
A massive search by local law enforcement and other volunteer agencies concluded Wednesday when Lena Mae Harrell was found in good health.
The competition for high-speed, residential Internet customers in Starkville is now a battle between two companies with differing business approaches to the emerging market.
Mississippi State University graduate and Oasis Petroleum co-founder Thomas B. "Tommy" Nusz will deliver spring commencement addresses at Humphrey Coliseum.
Influenza remains among the deadliest diseases known to living organisms on Earth.
Starkville aldermen approved a $2.7 million-maximum bond package last week that will help workers tend to a growing list of road, drainage and access projects in the next three years.
Mississippi State University students and faculty, as well as local community members, elected officials and businesses are asked to wear and donate denim Wednesday as part of Denim Day, an annual event recognizing Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Malik Newman needed a minute.
Nothing gets a point across quite like the clanging of a cowbell.
The Starkville Police Department will hold its first ever police academy, a 10-week class aimed at increasing community relations and transparency, for residents this summer.
Starkville will soon take the first steps toward a project that could transform the Highway 12 corridor between Spring and Russell streets.
Two Starkville residents were charged with auto burglary after a single-vehicle accident ended a police pursuit Thursday.
Oktibbeha County has secured federal grant funding for a $4.2 million storm shelter that is expected to house about 3,500 people during short-term storms, Emergency Management Director Jim Britt confirmed Wednesday.
Prosecutors will not move forward with a new murder trial against Willie Jerome Manning, who previously stood accused of killing two women 22 years ago, court documents show.
Three aldermen Tuesday indicated they're willing to discuss Starkville sanitation changes that could generate additional revenues as the department continues to suffer through equipment shortage and repair issues.
A helicopter, fire truck, garbage truck, ambulance, and tractor will be some of the 30-plus trucks and vehicles at this year's Touch-A-Truck event.
Oktibbeha County Emergency Management Director Jim Britt announced he will retire from his post this summer, supervisors confirmed Monday.
Aldermen are expected to authorize two Starkville structures for demolition Tuesday after city inspectors deemed the buildings unfit and unsafe for human habitation.
Starkville's most prestigious office had a peaceful transition Saturday.
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