John Grisham doesn't have any regrets about his time at Mississippi State University, but he does have many wishes.
Alan Alda's example of perfect communication involved him coming a bit closer to dying than he would have liked.
Dick Hall pulled no punches in his address to the Starkville Rotary Club Monday, ripping the Mississippi Legislature for what he calls an impending economic crisis due mainly to big tax cuts implemented over the past three years.
Starkville Police Chief Frank Nichols has been suspended for two weeks, without pay, following an executive session vote by Starkville's Board of Aldermen on Monday afternoon.
Starkville's parks and recreation department is looking at a range of improvements across its facilities, should aldermen approve a proposed budget with a significant increase in parks spending.
Starkville police have made a second arrest in the Aug. 16 shooting of a man at The Block Townhomes.
Bob Kirkland was nearly in tears Friday as he stood outside the Center for America's Veterans at an unveiling ceremony for the Vietnam War memorial on Mississippi State University's campus.
A 19-year-old suspect shot a victim last week at The Block Townhomes in Starkville while trying to buy marijuana, according to an affidavit presented in municipal court on Thursday.
City, county and Mississippi State University officials are hoping to soon get the go-ahead to move forward with a pedestrian and bicycle path project that will link the Lynn Lane multi-use path from South Montgomery to the university.
Starkville police have arrested a suspect in last week's shooting at The Block Townhomes.
Award-winning actor, speaker and instructor Alan Alda evokes memories of the classic American comedy-drama television series M*A*S*H* in which he starred from 1972-1983.
A Tennessee man faces sexual battery charges after being arrested on felony warrant on Friday.
Starkville aldermen could decide next month to expand the city's borders after receiving results from the second phase of a months-long annexation study.
Greg Eiland came to Mississippi State as a three-star offensive lineman from Philadelphia. The two in-state Southeastern Conference schools were providing most of the Power 5 conference attention; he had more offers from schools in smaller conferences, given he was ranked as the 58th-best offensive tackle in his senior class by 247 Sports Composite -- one of many services that ranks high school football prospects on a 5-star scale.
Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors on Monday approved offering $1.7 million for a building on Lynn Lane for the new Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District's administrative building.
The city of Starkville is preparing for work at two intersections along Lynn Lane to help with traffic flow along the road. City Engineer Edward Kemp, in a presentation during a Friday afternoon work session, said preparations are underway to widen Lynn Lane at its intersection with Industrial Park Road and at the intersection with Logan Drive at the Starkville Sportsplex's entrance.
The victim of a Thursday night shooting on South Montgomery Street is in stable condition, according to Starkville police.
Luke Thomas, of Louisville, sits on a motorcycle belonging to his grandfather, David Metts, during the Sturgis Bike Rally on Saturday. Hundreds of people were drawn to the rally on Saturday, despite poor weather that lingered through the day.
Ka'nia Lucious kept a sharp eye for passersby in front of her lemonade stand on Main Street Saturday.
A major criminal trial will now at least include a jury from Oktibbeha County after an order filed Thursday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
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