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Editorâ€™s note: This is the first of two stories reporting details of Mississippi State President Mark Keenumâ€™s addresse to the universityâ€™s faculty on Friday.
Cadence Bank faces a deadline soon to raise capital and prevent a possible sale or merger of the financial institution, according to a May consent order with a federal regulatory agency.
Residents of the cityâ€™s outmost areas whoâ€™ve payed taxes to Starkville for more than 10 years will finally get a return, officials say.
A company receiving the City of Starkvilleâ€™s recyclables for nearly a year will soon quit, prompting leaders to seek out a new contractor.
The Nov. 2 general election is still more than six weeks away, but those who need to register to vote only have two more weeks do so to be registered in time to legally cast a ballot.
The Mississippi Singing Churchmen will return to Starkville Tuesday and record the concert for an upcoming CD, organizers said in a statement.
Leslie Southwick, a federal judge with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, will be guest speaker at Mississippi State Friday for an 11 a.m.
The Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony opens its 42nd season this Tuesday with its brass quintet performing during â€śPops on the Plaza.â€ť
A landmark Starkville gift shop recently reopened under new ownership as the storeâ€™s founding owner decided this year seemed like the perfect time for a change.
When U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. John Bradley met a 9-year-old Afghan girl named Lamia, who was in need of a pair of shoes,Â he became inspired to make a difference.