Starkville aldermen have accepted the terms of a settlement agreement for Starkville Pride's federal lawsuit against the city for denying its parade request.
For nearly two hours, citizens grilled Starkville Housing Authority board chair Loren "Bo" Bell about a proposed development that would resettle Pecan Acres residents from Highway 12 to a new location on Highway 182.
It took less than an hour for Oktibbeha County volunteer firefighters to move 40,000 gallons of water during a Wednesday morning water shuttle exercise near Sturgis.
A preliminary settlement agreement has been reached in Starkville Pride's federal lawsuit against the city of Starkville and is now awaiting board approval, much to one alderman's alarm.
Oktibbeha County supervisors are bracing for the impact of two ambulance services operating in the county following a grave warning Monday morning from Rural Fire Services training officer Austin Check.
Starkville drivers may soon be in for a change to their city's residential parking ordinance.
Starkville's Parks and Recreation department is preparing for a busy summer, with new activities and facility locations available for use.
Sales tax revenues for May are down across the Golden Triangle, compared to last year's revenues for the same month.
Starkville's new Burger King is gearing up for an anticipated Monday opening.
Starkville aldermen have selected Pafford EMS to provide ambulance service for a new emergency medical service district.
A man arrested last week for a "peeping tom" incident is once again in custody for a similar incident and resisting arrest.
Yokohama Tire Corporation's West Point plant has come a long way in three years.
Cadence Bancorporation is merging with State Bank Financial Corporation in a deal valued at roughly $1.4 billion.
The city of Starkville is working to repair a sewage line that ruptured near the wastewater treatment plant on Sand Road.
Starkville aldermen will review a new special events policy from the city planning department when they meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall.
The city of Starkville will soon consider a pair of variance requests for a proposed estate subdivision on the south side of Highway 182.
Look around Starkville and it's clear to see that murals are becoming an increasingly popular way to add flair to the city.
Frances McDavid has been through dozens of last classes in her 30 years at Mississippi State University. But this one was different.
OCH Regional Medical Center's Board of Trustees began a trio of meetings with possible affiliation partners on Tuesday.
A Starkville man is facing a voyeurism charge after police arrested him on a felony warrant Monday.
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