A La Terraza employee was struck by a car utilized by two suspects as they fled the Mexican restaurant Thursday without paying for their meals.
Two filings provided Monday show Ward 5 alderman candidate Kayla Gilmore and Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins met a Jan. 31 deadline to report campaign contributions and expenditures made last year in preparation for the 2017 municipal cycle.
Only two candidates running for elected Starkville offices reported raising campaign funds in 2016 in anticipation of this year's municipal election.
At least one lawyer with the Jackson-based firm Butler Snow will discuss with supervisors Monday what his organization can do to assist Oktibbeha County if the board decides to move forward with a process that could result in the sale or lease of OCH Regional Medical Center.
C Spire, which opened a $23 million commercial data center in 2013 and launched one of Mississippi's first residential fiber internet programs in Starkville one year later, was named the Greater Starkville Development Partnership's Industry of the Year Thursday at the organization's annual banquet.
Tobias Coleman was convicted of shooting another man in the head and ordered to spend 15 years in prison for his role in a 2014 Oktibbeha County nightclub shooting.
Starkville aldermen will now make two school board appointments this year after Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Board of Trustees President Jenny Turner confirmed she won't seek a second term and will step away from her leadership position in March.
A Starkville man is behind bars after he allegedly fired a weapon into an occupied Rockhill Road home.
Insitu executives are visiting Mississippi State University this week and said they are excited about the growth opportunities a partnership with the university provides.
A fire at a Greensboro Street residence killed a number of animals Tuesday, but no injuries to humans were reported.
Starkville police are asking the community to help identify a credit card skimming suspect.
Starkville High star Willie Gay Jr. hugs his mother, Bridgett Gay, after signing to play football at Mississippi State University during a National Signing Day ceremony this morning.
For 80 Mississippi State University students, President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel for natives of seven Muslim countries is a short-term ban that could have long-term consequences.
The Golden Triangle Development LINK and the three primary families that own property designated to become Oktibbeha County's newest industrial park have agreed to extend land purchase options beyond a legal dispute that, at best, will delay the park's construction until next year.
A Starkville man died Sunday after he was involved in a two-car wreck in the Blackjack community.
With 150 days left until the end of the term, many Starkville aldermen are not only getting into campaign mode for their respective re-election bids but are also looking ahead at unfinished business and tasks left to complete by June 30.
A Starkville man previously arrested for an illegal sexual act with a minor is now charged with knowingly exposing that child to HIV.
Thanks to a new study, Starkville city officials now know that several key consumer groups in Starkville have $608 million in purchasing power.
Hagan Walker and Kaylie Mitchell are about three-quarters of the way to Hollywood.
Ten local restaurants will compete to see who serves Starkville's best cup of soup at this year's Starkville Main Street Association SOUPer Bowl.
1. Dead bald eagle found in Columbus appears to have been shot COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. Supervisors approve legal, hospital consultant's contracts STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
3. No one charged after child left alone at hotel COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. Veterinarian questions eagle's cause of death COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. Hainsey still optimistic about acquiring westbound air service COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY