Ervinnisha is a teenager with a goal: She wants to be adopted by her 18th birthday. For that, though, she is running out of time.
Starkville School District representatives and stakeholders will yet again lobby lawmakers this legislative term for state-level funding.
Many Oak Hall residents will be able to return to their respective dorm rooms this weekend.
A Sunday fire damaged Mississippi State University' Oak Hall, a co-ed residence hall located on the south side of campus, and displaced almost 200 students.
ESPN's signature college football pre-game show, "College GameDay," will remain in the Magnolia State for another weekend and broadcast from The Junction at Mississippi State University for the first time ever Saturday.
Mississippi State will shed its maroon and white Tuesday and turn the campus pink as they recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
It really isn't supposed to be this easy, is it?
The Starkville Police Department arrested a local man early Wednesday after reports of a peeping tom originated from Pecan Acres.
An influx of tourists for tonight's Bulldog Bash, Mississippi's largest outdoor concert, and Saturday's football game between Mississippi State University and Texas A&M will provide a huge boon to the local economy.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership is forecasted to finish Fiscal Year 2013-2014 with an almost $7,000 surplus after experiencing a spike in membership investments and total revenues in the financial year that ended Tuesday.
Starkville Parks and Recreation Department's official Fiscal Year 2014-2015 budget will nearly mirror its predecessor, Parks Director Herman Peters said Tuesday, but the document remains unreleased to the public and without formal approval from overseers as the autonomous organization enters into the first day of the new fiscal year.
Starkville Parks and Recreation now owes about $61,000 in back payments for electric and water services after receiving an additional $96,000 in annual funding and a $60,000 financial bailout from the city this fiscal year, Director Herman Peters said.
Starkville will slightly scale back its travel budget in the upcoming fiscal year as a budget worksheet shows a near-$6,000 drop in allocations for citywide departments.
Starkville aldermen concluded a months-long budgetary process Tuesday by passing the city's financial operating parameters in a 4-3 vote Tuesday.
Starkville Main Street Association organizers concluded the current fiscal year Thursday by recognizing numerous businesses' commitment to the city's economy and setting its sights on increasing the area's ever-growing push to attract new tourists and sales tax collections.
The Starkville Police Department is investigating multiple reports of package thefts from local residences as thieves are allegedly taking parcels from front porches.
Unlike their county peers, Starkville city employees will not receive a pay raise in the upcoming fiscal year.
Starkville will again allow its employees to place same-sex partners on the city's insurance plan after the board of aldermen fell one vote shy of overturning Mayor Parker Wiseman's veto of their action to limit the expansion to only legally married couples Tuesday.
A week after launching an investigation into the religious practices of the football program at Ole Miss, a Wisconsin-based group named Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) has set its sights on Mississippi State's athletic department.
Starkville police arrested a local man Sunday after he allegedly damaged public school property and charged at an officer.
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