Archive - Apr 2014 - Latest News
Incoming Starkville Academy Head of School Jeremy Nicholas named Melanie Boyle as the schoolâ€™s next elementary principal Wednesday.
Mississippi Highway Patrol has interviewed multiple persons of interest and sent crime scene evidence to the Mississippi Crime Laboratory for analysis in the investigation of a fatal hit-and-run accident.
Mississippi has changed much since 1991, but Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves wants to point out a statistic that has not changed in relation to one that has.
Paul Ruff is having an affair â€” or at least, his character in Starkville Community Theatreâ€™s next play is.
Starkville aldermen voted Tuesday night to hire City Planner Buddy Sanders as the new director of community development.
For Dr. Maria Perez, Tuesday morning brought a sad goodbye laced with terrible frustration and wrapped tightly in government red tape.
It was just the beginning, however, of at least two months Perez must spend in Starkville with an ocean lying between her and her husband.
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The Mississippi State University ACCESS Program celebrated its first graduates, Katherine Phillips and Livingston Harper, with an awards banquet Monday night at the Leo Seal Jr. Football Complex.
Cadence Bank, 929 Coffee Bar, Billet 33 and Sundog Studios will sponsor Beatlemania!, which will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday at Cadence Bank Plaza.
A recently-released report from the Mississippi Office of the State Auditor has found that Oktibbeha County Chancery Clerk Monica Banks needs to remit more than $35,000 owed in excess fees to the countyâ€™s general fund.
Chancery clerk offices collect fees from mortgages, warranty deeds from across the county, open court cases, case filings, copy fees and a percentage from delinquent taxes.
The finalist pool for Starkvilleâ€™s community development director shrank before aldermen conducted the first interview.
Kelly McCaffrey, landscape architect with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the New Orleans area, withdrew from consideration on Monday for â€śpersonal reasons,â€ť said City Personnel Director Randy Boyd.