Scott Maynard, CEO of The Partnership, is leaving his position after roughly a year for a job at Florida State University.
The Mississippi Department of Public Safety has paid $500,000 to the Oktibbeha County Circuit Court to be given to the victims of a fatal May 2017 accident involving a highway patrolman and a former Mississippi State University athlete.
A Starkville man is in jail after reportedly asking people on Highway 12 for money while holding a gun.
The Mississippi State Auditor's Office is investigating Oktibbeha County officials for potentially wrongly giving away almost $3,000 in county property to a private citizen.
Roosevelt Taylor has lived on Beattie Street in Starkville for more than 70 years. Now, he lives on Roosevelt Taylor Sr. Drive.
No major issues have been reported after the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality investigated a reported gasoline leak at the Sprint Mart at the corner of Highway 12 and Airport Road in Starkville Friday.
The city of Starkville has turned an eye toward major improvements to aging water and sewage lines in certain areas of the city.
An Olympic medalist will teach judo on Saturday at a Starkville martial arts school.
A Starkville man in jail after being accused of having sex with an 11-year-old.
Starkville will continue work on a new parking ordinance after receiving an initial round of positive feedback from residents.
The Starkville Utilities Department will hold a meeting at the Sportsplex Thursday evening to address water quality, infrastructure, collection and other issues.
Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office arrested two men for unrelated cyberstalking incidents over the weekend and early this week.
Nearly two weeks after its approval, Starkville's settlement of a federal lawsuit with Starkville Pride caused a stir over an otherwise routine action at Tuesday's board meeting.
A routine tax exemption request from a local manufacturer prompted Oktibbeha County Supervisors to examine the need for a set of standards for exemption requests.
After six months in Starkville, Mississippi State Head Football Coach Joe Moorhead said he's adjusting to southern living just fine.
Food insecurity, even in the Golden Triangle, is a more pressing issue than most people might realize.
Gill Harris, to those who knew him, was a man of many talents.
A $35,000 grant from Google will help Mississippi State University's Research and Curriculum Unit offer training for up to 70 more local computer science teachers this summer.
Oktibbeha County leadership is trying to determine if it would retain any equipment from Golden Triangle Waste Services, as supervisors continue to weigh a possible change in waste service providers.
Infrastructure and parks are coming into focus as major considerations as Starkville begins its planning cycle for the Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget.
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