A Crawford man was arrested this week for possession of untaxed liquor.
Most city services are up and running at City Hall as Starkville officials transition into their new administrative home.
A U.S. Senate appropriation could provide $9.3 million for a new U.S. Army Reserve Center in Starkville, but it must first be reconciled with recently passed House legislation that does not specifically fund the project.
Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Superintendent Lewis Holloway said the mechanism needed to fund a new partnership school on Mississippi State University's campus could occur in early 2016.
A Golden Triangle family dealing with heartbreak was dealt another crushing blow Monday when John "J.D." Gentry, 11, died at University Medical Center in Jackson.
Mississippi State will host a memorial service on Thursday in honor of a father and son who both played for the Bulldogs and were killed in a car accident on Friday.
A proposed 42,000-square-foot Walmart Neighborhood Market and gas station, to be located near the Garrard Road intersection of Highway 12 East, heads to Starkville Planning and Zoning Commission today for preliminary plat approval.
Rob Roberson is wasting no time attempting to solve one of the state's biggest issues - education. The state representative-elect says he will schedule town hall meetings this winter to discuss school funding issues raised by Initiative 42. Those meetings, he said, need to involve the general public and advocates for and against the failed ballot referendum.
Updated vote totals provided by Oktibbeha County election officials Friday show C. Martin Haug, Marvell Howard and Bricklee Miller will hold their narrow leads following absentee and affidavit processing.
Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen went through one of the toughest challenges in his life five years ago.
A Starkville man is behind bars after Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Department arrested him in connection to a series of burglaries.
U.S. marshals arrested two men Wednesday allegedly connected to two drive-by shootings in Starkville last month.
Although Oktibbeha County election officials did not reveal updated vote totals Wednesday, candidates in tight races say the remaining ballots are unlikely to change Tuesday's results.
District 3 Justice Court candidate C. Martin Haug and District 4 supervisor candidate Bricklee Miller are close to becoming Oktibbeha County's newest elected officials after absentee and affidavit vote tallying efforts were suspended shortly after midnight Wednesday.
Oktibbeha County supervisors did not tackle the contentious state flag issue Monday before state and county-wide elections, but District 5 Supervisor Joe Williams said he might bring it up for debate later this month.
Starkville's Russell Street and downtown corridors are flush with upcoming developments that will give the area an urban feel thanks in part to the city's thriving economy and form-based codes.
Nineteen of Oktibbeha County's 21 general election candidates have reportedly received $55,847.05 in campaign contributions and spent a combined $78,300.31 while seeking political office this year, Oct. 27 finance documents show.
Incumbents and those looking for a political breakthrough are entering the final days before Tuesday's general election.
Today, about 100 students and volunteers at Mississippi State University will package over 10,000 meals to be shipped around the world.
Two fundraising events are sure to get participants moving and will raise money for good causes as Starkville hosts the Pink Heals 5K and the 2015 Golden Triangle Walk to End Alzheimer's Saturday.
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