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Members of the community who want to see Mississippi Stateâ€™s Homecoming weekend start off on a musical note should look no further than First Baptist Church this evening.
Three of the six candidates running for judge in the 16th Circuit Court District will be speaking at the monthly meeting of the Starkville TEA Party this Saturday
Bad decisions. Some are worse than others. Some keep a person from living life to the fullest, while others can destroy hopes and dreams.
A significant portion of a long-discussed multi-use project adjacent to Mississippi State University got a jump start today as higher education officials approved a lease agreement on a former cotton
During the recent fiscal year, Starkville posted a more than 9 percent increase in tourism spending over the previous period, an official said Wednesday citing preliminary figures.
A local woman has been arrested for fabricating a reported rape attempt Monday night, Starkville Police Department detectives say.
With yesterday being declared Fall Severe Weather Awareness Day in Mississippi and Alabama, the National Weather Service reminds residents that a secondary severe weather season is approaching.Â
A power semiconductor company will make a substantial investment in SemiSouth, a business launched in Starkville, where officials will formally announce the deal Friday.
An initial fundraiser for the Oktibbeha-Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services (OSERVS) was a success, organizers say.
Two half-brothers charged in connection with an October 2009 shooting incident on North Montgomery Street are now scheduled to face trial on the same day.