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By the end of October, officials with call center operator Sitel hope to have at least 400 employees at their Starkville location, an official said Thursday.
Those thinking about getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol might want to think twice now that the number of law enforcement officers trained in detecting potential drunk drivers has increas
STURGIS â€” Final countdown for the 14th annual Sturgis South All-Bike Motorcycle Rally has begun, and organizers will be opening the first areas for camping this weekend for early arrivals.
Oktibbeha County sheriffâ€™s deputies, East Oktibbeha volunteer firefighters and OCH Regional Medical Center paramedics work to free a man from the wreckage of his car after he collided with a stopped p
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The Starkville Community Market is ready for a great Saturday this week at the corner of Lampkin and Jackson Streets.
With almost one month until the final approval of a new budget, Mayor Parker Wiseman and members of Starkville Board of Aldermen are deciding what goes in and what does out.
Nearly $50,000 from the cityâ€™s tourism promotion agency will be used to help sponsor events in the community over the next year.
Learn more about latest Sarah Booth Delaney adventures in a special book signing event today at the Book Mart in downtown Starkville.
Mississippi State University and Starkville Habitat for Humanity have joined forces again to build a second Maroon Edition Habitat home, which broke ground Tuesday morning.