A video allegedly showing Jeffery Simmons, a Mississippi State University football signee from Noxubee County, striking a woman repeatedly has surfaced.
The Cotton District Arts Festival will feature a lineup of new and returning artisans for the April 16 event, the Starkville Area Arts Festival announced last week.
Ocean Buckner, 15-months-old, shakes one of his Easter eggs at Mississippi State University's Trial Gardens egg hunt on Saturday.
JoJo Dodd has known Bully, the Mississippi State University mascot, since he was little.
The Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Board of Trustees appointed Starkville High School Principal David Baggett as the district's incoming assistant superintendent for personnel and secondary curriculum and instruction Thursday.
The Mississippi State University women's basketball team acknowledges the crowd during Wednesday evening's softball game prior to the team's departure Thursday to participate in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen.
Oktibbeha County is expected to pay for the purchase of a new paving machine as supervisors quickly approach hitting their line item for equipment purchases this fiscal year.
A successful Chickasaw County community planning project is earning national recognition for a well-known Mississippi State architectural research unit.
Oktibbeha County supervisors appear willing to discuss the development of a zoning ordinance for areas outside of municipalities.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors on Monday voted against naming a special prosecutor in the state's appeal of Ward 7 Alderman Henry Vaughn's driving under the influence case from 2014.
A proposed $5 million expansion project -- expected to create 100 jobs locally -- by DPM Fragrance is on hold after the company was purchased by a private equity fund.
"Maroon Madness" is made in March. How else could describe a game in which one team built and lost a 13-point lead, saw the other team go on a 20-0 run, and ended in a scramble for the basketball under one of the goals?
A Starkville man died after he was struck by a vehicle Saturday on Highway 25.
Twelve years ago, Ron Artest of the Indiana Pacers went into the stands during a game brawl in Detroit, an incident that became part of NBA infamy known as Malice in the Palace.
A motion by Ward 1 Alderman Ben Carver to hold public hearings on a proposed one-year moratorium on new apartment construction in Starkville died Tuesday without receiving a second at the table.
Local law enforcement agents believe they have arrested a suspect responsible for a string of burglaries at the Brickfire Project's Westside Drive headquarters.
Holly Schaefer believed. When you have coached and been around athletics as long as Schaefer, sometimes you just get a feeling. So don't expect Vic Schaefer's wife to point to one specific thing that sold her on Mississippi State University, its women's basketball program, and the city of Starkville four years ago.
Starkville aldermen and Mayor Parker Wiseman on Tuesday honored Mississippi State University's women's basketball team for its success on the court this season by dedicating this weekend in honor of the team.
Former Mississippi State University defensive lineman Chris Jones was arrested Wednesday after a traffic stop by local law enforcement, documents state.
Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins took criticism from fellow board members Tuesday for continuing to block items from the city's consent agenda.
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