Jan Rivkin said there's no greater gift for professors than food for thought, and local officials gave 20 visitors from Harvard Business School a feast during a two-day visit to the Golden Triangle.
Those who knew him say Jack Wallace was a pillar of economic development for Oktibbeha County.
More than $106,000 has been raised in relation to four local special elections, according to campaign finance reports filed with the Oktibbeha County Circuit Clerk and Mississippi Secretary of State offices.
Starkville Area Arts Council Executive Director John Bateman is placing an early focus on improving the organization's communication and outreach efforts.
Dan Mullen knows the drill. Almost since his arrival as head coach at Mississippi State in 2009, Mullen's name has been linked to coaching openings on an almost annual basis.
A Starkville church building located in an area of budding development could be condemned if church members do not repair the roof.
If Second Baptist Church on Yeates Street wants to resume building its long-awaited new sanctuary, its leaders may have to apply for a new building permit.
A late-night fire at Avalon Apartments in west Starkville has destroyed 12 apartment units and displaced 18 residents, according to Starkville Fire Chief Charles Yarbrough.
For Starkville resident Barbara Norman, a "family history" of breast cancer developed suddenly and with devastating consequences.
For those who are concerned about what Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation might do if it purchases OCH Regional Medical Center, system President and CEO Jason Little suggested to look at the system's past to get an idea of OCH's possible future.
A slew of Halloween activities for Starkville this weekend will begin tonight.
A legal fight over Starkville's mayoral election will return to circuit court after the Mississippi Supreme Court denied an interlocutory appeal and recognition of stay Mayor Lynn Spruill filed against former campaign opponent Johnny Moore in September.
Should North Mississippi Health Services purchase OCH Regional Medical Center, the system hopes to turn the currently county-owned hospital into its southern anchor facility.
Starkville Police Department officials say information in a Facebook post that began circulating Tuesday about an alleged murder is false and not a product of the department.
A pair of informational sessions from two nonprofit hospital systems that have submitted proposals to purchase OCH Regional Medical Center will begin this evening.
Starkville Police Department and Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office will host a drug takeback Saturday at Starkville locations.
Mississippi 16th Circuit Judge Lee Howard revoked a bond Monday for a Starkville teenager who is accused of murder in two separate cases.
Oktibbeha County Supervisors have recently approved a new traffic calming policy officials hope will reduce speeding in some communities.
The annual Starkville Christmas Parade, a long-standing tradition for the downtown area, will be held at 6 p.m. Nov. 27 on Main Street.
The Adaton/Self Creek Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual fundraiser fish fry on Saturday.
1. SPED parent speaks at school board meeting COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. Columbus police chief retiring at year's end COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
3. Local toy drives, fundraisers still short of goals COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. Commission delays decision on Lipscomb House demolition COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. County OKs franchise agreement with MaxxSouth STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY