As the second phase of work along Highway 12 progresses, work on a new Mississippi Department of Transportation project is underway, and another one will be sent out for bids in the summer.
There won't be any shortage of things to do this weekend in Starkville as the city and Mississippi State University gear up for the 33rd annual Super Bulldog Weekend.
A new development in the works could see new public housing built in Starkville and open up space for more commercial development on Highway 12.
An investigation into a burglary has resulted in the arrest of two Starkville men after Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office investigators seized more than 80 firearms and other stolen items.
Work on Oktibbeha County's industrial park is progressing smoothly, according to Golden Triangle LINK CEO Joe Max Higgins, but a lawsuit over the project's zoning may linger on longer than initially expected.
Mississippi faces an array of challenges as it continues to grow, and Attorney General Jim Hood says some of the solutions should be easy.
Starkville is weighing the creation of an Emergency Medical Service District that would see ambulances housed at three fire departments in an attempt to reduce response times.
The clock is ticking as both sides begin waiting to move forward toward a decision in Johnny Moore's challenge of last year's mayoral election in Starkville.
Sunday will mark the kick-off for a new Starkville In Motion Adopt-A-Park program at J.L. King Park.
The program was originally scheduled for Saturday, but has been pushed to 1 p.m. Sunday due to expected severe weather.
Testimony concluded after a third day of proceedings in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court for Johnny Moore's challenge of his loss in last year's Starkville mayoral runoff election.
An expert witness Johnny Moore's attorney called on to testify during Tuesday's court proceedings said he'd count seven affidavit and absentee ballots that were rejected during last year's mayoral primary runoff election.
The substance of Johnny Moore's challenge of last year's Starkville mayoral runoff election began to take shape on Monday as the trial began in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
State Representative Gary Chism is out of the hospital after suffering a "mild" stroke over the weekend, his colleagues have confirmed.
Johnny Moore's challenge of the 2017 Democratic mayoral primary election is going to trial this week.
Six Republican candidates vying for Mississippi Third Congressional District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives are set to take part in a forum at the Oktibbeha County Courthouse next week.
The Partnership revealed the three charities that can win up to $5,000 from Cadence Bank during the sixth annual Restaurant Week later this month.
Bobby Batiste, a man on death row for the 2008 murder of his roommate at 21 Apartments, is contending that statements a bailiff made about the all-white jury that convicted him unfairly impacted his trial.
A pair of items at Tuesday's board of aldermen meeting highlighted what aldermen say is a need to reevaluate some of the city's special event policies.
Tensions flared Monday between Oktibbeha County Road Manager Fred Hal Baggett and District 4 Supervisor Bricklee Miller, spurred on by a disagreement about whether more than 300 hours of overtime for road workers during the winter months was necessary.
Steve Soltis said Mississippi, and its people, are full of stories waiting to be told, and the inaugural New Narrative Festival at Mississippi State next week aims to help explore ways to tell them.
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