As football season begins, the recently opened Montgomery Bed and Breakfast is experiencing game day traffic for the first time.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership and the Mississippi State University Idea Shop announced on Monday that this year’s upcoming Pumpkinaplooza will feature a new event, a pumpkin race – Starkville’s very first “Talladegourd 500.”
Local author John Bateman will be the first lecturer for the Friends of the Library's fall Books and Authors series hosted by the Starkville Public Library.
The 2019 lineup has been announced for the ninth year of New South Weekends in Starkville, which will feature events, dining, and shopping experiences scheduled for each Mississippi State University home football game weekend.
Vision and writing often go hand in hand. However, Mississippi State University alumnus John Wilburn has managed to pursue his dream of becoming a children’s author despite any physical impairments.
More than 200 people made their way to sample burgers along Russell Street Friday for the inaugural Bud & Burgers event, which saw local restaurants and chefs compete for bragging rights.
As this week’s Mississippi Miss Hospitality competition concludes during today and tomorrow’s on-stage events, Carly Belue, representing Lowndes County, is working hard to not only promote her own community but also to represent Lake Little who was selected as Starkville’s Miss Hospitality b…
After winning first place at the local level Distinguished Young Women competition in Starkville, Jasmine Baker spent all of last week in Meridian getting to know her host family and the other 34 competitors as they prepared for the on stage portion of the competition.
Anyone in the Mississippi State University community had the opportunity to get a sweet treat for free Friday when the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station (MAFES) Sales Store celebrated National Ice Cream Day.
Born and raised Starkville native SaqQueena Patton-Graves has never been drawn to the spotlight, but with her title Ms. Wheelchair Mississippi, she has found the spotlight can be a tool to spread disability awareness.
The Harveys Celebrity Wait Night fundraiser held last week for the Oktibbeha County Humane Society raised a record-setting $20,354.82 for the shelter. The event featured celebrity waiters such as MSU football coach Joe Moorhead and Starkville Mayor Lynn Spruill, among others.
Lori Feng of Starkville was named first runner-up at the 2019 Distinguished Young Woman of America Finals last month and presented a cash scholarship of $20,000.
GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) — Toxic bacteria are keeping swimmers out of the water on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and it will be weeks before financial information shows whether beach closures are hurting the local economy.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — David Sansing, a professor emeritus of history at the University of Mississippi and author of several books, has died at age 86.
LeDerick Horne had a normal kindergarten experience as he recalled, playing with blocks and doing simple classroom activities.
As the Mississippi State University baseball team travels to Omaha for the College World Series, many devoted Bulldogs will be trailing close behind, and Omaha has everything fans needs to stay well-fed and entertained between the games.
Oktibbeha County Master Gardeners took home the top two most-coveted awards during a statewide competition and annual meeting of Mississippi Master Gardeners last weekend at Delta State University.
The Starkville Rotary Club welcomed guest speaker Keith Key, P.E., of Mississippi Solar, LLC. headquartered in Philadelphia, Mississippi to talk about solar energy installations and how the energy source is catching on in Mississippi and around the country.
A local family's pet African spurred tortoise named Buttercup has been returned home safely being found approximately six miles from home on Old Highway 12.
Keep America Beautiful — a community improvement nonprofit organization — recently presented Keep Starkville Beautiful with its William “Bill” Nash Award at the organization’s national awards ceremony.
Airbnb released safety tips for Mississippi State University parents and families set to travel to the university for Commencement ceremonies May 2-3.
The Starkville Rotary Club honored the first and incoming class of the Oktibbeha Young Leaders program Monday afternoon with a ceremony at The Mill.
King’s Craft Butcher and Cafe recently stepped up to help the National Fallen Firefighter Foundation with a “Dinner for a Cause” that raised hundreds for the foundation.
Starkville Community Market is continuing for the sixth year to provide a space for vendors within a 150-mile radius to sell their fresh produce, interesting crafts and baked goods to the community.
Mississippi State University Professor and Head of Agricultural Economics Keith Coble believes there are a lot of transitions to occur in the agriculture industry based on the 2017 USDA Farm Census.
John Michael Shelton will discuss poems from his book "The Dragon in the Tree House" today at the Starkville Public Library at 11:30 a.m.
The Mississippi State University Department of Communication is hosting its second annual New Narrative Festival and Conference at The Mill March 22-23.
Jaden Claire Everett, 8 bought baby chicks from the Co-op with plans to raise them but for now she wanted to pass them around to her friends in Art Class at the Starkville Sportsplex.
Duffy Neubauer, the creator of the Starkville Civil War Arsenal, recently demonstrated the Arsenal's newest attraction - the Sweet Gum Mortar.
Local filmmaker Michael Williams was recently awarded a $5,000 Mississippi Arts Commission Fellowship Grant for his contribution to art in the form of film in the state.
Starkville author and illustrator Laurie Parker will discuss her latest novel, "Gently Scattered Intentions" at the Starkville Public Library today at noon.
Starkville Public Library's Children's Librarian Loraine Walker read books such as "How to Catch a Leprechaun," "The Itsy Bitsy Leprechaun," and "St. Patrick's Day" to teach the children why they were wearing green.