A Starkville woman is in jail after officers arrested her for suspected abuse in the negligence of a child and vulnerable adult.
Rob Roberson will serve as Oktibbeha County's new board attorney after receiving unanimous support from county supervisors.
A Starkville man is facing two felony charges in the wake of a wreck that left one person dead and three others injured.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors appears ready to end its relationship with Golden Triangle Waste Services after board members voted to look at three waste management companies that submitted bids during a lengthy meeting on Monday.
The Partnership and the Mississippi State University Center for Entrepreneurship and Outreach are teaming up to give local middle- and high-school students a taste of what it's like to start a business.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen will consider allowing the city to join as plaintiffs in litigation targeting opioid manufacturer and distribution companies when they meet on Tuesday.
After nearly 15 years, Maranatha Faith Center is receiving what its attorney described as potentially the largest property damage claim ever settled in Lowndes County's history, after the discovery of creosote on its property from the former Kerr-McGee plant.
Early work is getting underway for the second phase of the Mississippi Department of Transportation's Highway 12 safety improvement project.
One person is dead after a Monday four-vehicle crash hospitalized four people.
Almost half a year after visiting the Golden Triangle, Harvard Business School is lauding the region's work and lessons faculty have taken from an excursion to the area.
A few months ago, Antioch Third Baptist Church was under the gun to fix its deteriorating roof or have the building condemned by the city of Starkville.
A U.S. Air Force-ordered freeze on public outreach efforts is not expected to have a major impact on Columbus Air Force Base, according to base officials.
Audible gasps filled the conference room at the Starkville Hilton Garden Inn as pictures of a bruised child flashed onto a projector screen.
The Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District is officially part of the Mississippi Innovation Labs Network.
The Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated board voted Thursday to extend superintendent Eddie Peasant's contract by one year.
Mississippi State University has been awarded a $7 million federal grant to complete a two-mile multimodal transportation corridor on the eastern side of its campus.
The second time was the charm for Starkville Pride's request to hold a Pride parade later this month.
David Little told The Dispatch this morning he drew guidance from a sermon Sunday before abstaining from a board of aldermen vote Tuesday to permit a Starkville Pride parade.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors is officially seeking applicants for its empty board attorney post.
Within a few weeks of bringing her newborn daughter home from the hospital, Columbus resident Shannah Hudson learned something was wrong.
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