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From the eastern edge of Mississippi State University to the western stretch of Highway 12, volunteers fanned out across Starkville Wednesday to spruce up the community in advance of Saturdayâ€™s MSU fo
Mississippi Highway Patrol officials have released the names of those involved in Tuesday afternoonâ€™s fatality crash on U.S. 82.
Two Starkville and Oktibbeha County law enforcement agencies will receive a funding boost from the federal government for equipment purchases
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One man was killed and another seriously injured Tuesday afternoon in what state troopers believe was a chain reaction crash.
One suspect has been arrested and police are still seeking another in the reported shooting incident at a north Starkville apartment complex more than two weeks ago.
MABEN â€” AT&T is expanding its high-speed Internet services to more residents and businesses to the community, officials said Tuesday.
Residents of Mississippiâ€™s 3rd Congressional District will have the opportunity to attend a Saturday town hall meeting to meet the two men who are vying this November to represent them in the U.S.
The Starkville Public Library will present programs centered on Greg Mortensonâ€™s popular book â€śThree Cups of Teaâ€ť for teens, for youngsters in fourth through sixth grades and for preschool children fr