The city of Starkville recently received some notoriety for its public safety, which comes ahead of the Starkville Police Department moving into their new headquarters in the coming months.
MaxxSouth Broadband announced this weekend that it will expand its broadband services to provide up to 1 Gigabit internet to many in Starkville’s surrounding areas.
Harold Brittain is now acting as the top federal prosecutor in southern Mississippi and Robert Norman is filling that post in northern Mississippi.
A suspected home invasion in Columbus early Saturday morning led to a physical altercation that left one man dead.
On March 7, the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District held a reception for departing school board president Jenny Turner.
Turner had served five years on the board, and announced on Feb. 1 that she would not seek reappointment.
A new restaurant will soon bring a fresh flavor to Highway 12 in Starkville.
No Way Jose - a Tex-Mex family restaurant - will open on Thursday, March 16, across Highway 12 from Vowell’s.
MaxxSouth Broadband recently made a large financial contribution to Mississippi State University, which will go toward the current expansion of Mitchell Memorial Library.
The Mississippi Development Authority will lead a business development mission to Jordan and the United Arab Emirates, with the goal of increasing Mississippi exports.
The trip is scheduled for March 26 to March 30.
Thousands of youth nationwide will participate in a campaign to curb tobacco use, with many events taking place across the state on March 15.
The United States Army Field Band’s Concert Band and Soldiers’ Chorus will present a free public performance on the MSU campus at the end of the month.
The free concert will be at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 28 at Lee Hall’s Bettersworth Auditorium.