For Mississippi Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, accurate data is a crucial key to governing effectively.
Starkville Main Street Association recognized the accomplishments of nine downtown businesses and organizations Thursday during its annual awards ceremony.
Displaced home disaster victims in Starkville have a new source of refuge with the completion of a new temporary shelter, which opened Friday.
Three Oktibbeha County residents are vying for a spot on the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Board of Trustees.
For the first time in its history, the Starkville Police Department promoted two female officers simultaneously, each to the rank of sergeant.
Proposed tax increment financing to aid a Walmart Neighborhood Market project in northeast Starkville met resistance Tuesday evening during a public hearing at City Hall.
The future of a planned hotel project in Starkville is in question.
An Oktibbeha County man is out on bond after being charged with sexual battery of a minor.
Starkville Utilities issued a boil-water notice for portions of north Starkville Tuesday that is expected to last through 5 p.m. Friday.
Savor Starkville, a Starkville Convention and Visitors Bureau campaign highlighting the city's blossoming culinary scene, received the Mississippi Tourism Association's Tourism Promotion of the Year Award Tuesday at the Mississippi Governor's Conference on Tourism in Natchez.
Starkville resident Grant Spradling, 41, died Monday at UAB Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, after he was injured in a Saturday car wreck in Colbert County, Alabama.
Local law enforcement agencies deemed reports of individuals dressed as clowns and roaming Oktibbeha County apartment complexes as a hoax Tuesday after social media posts spread the unsubstantiated claims.
Starkville aldermen are expected to schedule interviews for the city's vacant human resource officer position after four candidates, including the department's interim director, emerged as finalists for the job.
On the heels of a speech last week to the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Mississippi State University President Mark Keenum took his message promoting global food security to Starkville Rotarians on Monday.
A Starkville man was charged with two felony counts of robbery after allegedly robbing two convenience stores.
The Dispatch is adding a new reporter to its Starkville bureau.
Aldermen approved two middle management positions within the Starkville Parks and Recreation Department Tuesday but stopped short of redefining SPRD Director Herman Peters' role as it will function with the addition of a maintenance director and sports programming director in the future.
OCH Regional Medical Center has instituted stricter policies and is monitoring how employees dispose of gloves after handling garbage since a complaint was filed with the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality in regard to stormwater washing non-biohazardous trash into the nearby Plantation Homes subdivision.
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