Golden Triangle Development LINK officials are expected to discuss new industrial park options with Oktibbeha County supervisors and Starkville aldermen next month, but steering committee members responsible for deciding on a new site say the group has not yet decided how to move forward.
A popular Starkville eatery will change ownership and anchor a $14 million, mixed-use development along University Drive.
Teaching is not easy. That was the takeaway many public officials and community leaders said Wednesday afternoon after spending the day in classrooms across the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District.
A large crowd is expected at Mississippi State for Super Bulldog Weekend beginning today as MSU takes on the Texas A&M Aggies in an SEC baseball series featuring nationally ranked Top 10 teams.
A group of Mississippi State University students protested the university's continued flying of the state flag Wednesday by holding a sit-in at Lee Hall, the headquarters of President Mark Keenum's administration.
Local House members should know soon if three major Oktibbeha County projects will receive funding once the Mississippi Senate debuts its major bond bill, District 37 Reps Gary Chism, R-Columbus, and District 43 Rep. Rob Roberson, R-Starkville, said Tuesday.
Starkville Utilities officials are asking residents to be vigilant of an ongoing phone scam and to not disclose any personal information over the phone to con artists.
Sports, arts and food lovers will find their fill of events this weekend as tourists descend upon Starkville for Super Bulldog Weekend and the Cotton District Arts Festival.
Mississippi State University is showcasing its "Car of the Future" this week in Detroit, Michigan, during an event designed to bring together the best talent in the automotive industry.
Inspiration for community service projects can come out of nowhere. For Columbus High School senior Jessica Verdell, a magazine article inspired her to provide prom dresses to area girls unable to afford such an amenity.
Girl Scouts Heart of the South recognized eight women from Columbus, Starkville and West Point at the inaugural Women of Distinction Luncheon on April 1.
North Starkville residents can breathe easy after a missing 7-foot-long boa constrictor was found and captured at a Cherokee Drive residence Sunday.
The state's appeal of Ward 7 Alderman Henry Vaughn's driving under the influence case ended Friday when Circuit Judge Lee Coleman dismissed the challenge.
Backpack Buddies, a function of Starkville's First United Methodist Church, won Starkville Restaurant Week's charity competition and a $5,000 donation from Cadence Bank after securing almost 43 percent of the week's total ballots.
The missing, seven-foot-long boa constrictor the Starkville Police Department has been searching for since March 18 is not the first of its kind they've had to track down, only the first reported, according to SPD officials.
Mississippi State University is honoring seven individuals with the university's latest Outstanding Women awards.
An Oktibbeha County resident who recently traveled to Haiti was diagnosed with Mississippi's third case of Zika virus, the Mississippi State Department of Health announced Wednesday.
Animal control officers continued searching a residential neighborhood in north Starkville this morning for a boa constrictor that has gone missing from a local residence.
Two Mississippi State seniors are among those receiving prestigious recognition by a premier national scholarship organization.
Unless Starkville Board of Aldermen decides to hold a special-call meeting to address a recent Mississippi Ethics Commission decision, the city is not expected to challenge an Open Meetings Act violation.
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