A former Starkville alderman is claiming she warned that Starkville would be confronted with issues such as Tuesday's vote on a Pride parade under "lesbian leadership" in a thinly-veiled swipe at Mayor Lynn Spruill.
A man accused of attempted kidnapping has had his bond reinstated, but with some extra conditions.
Starkville Pride is planning to bring a lawsuit against the city of Starkville after the board of aldermen voted Tuesday to deny its request to hold a Pride parade next month.
Starkville Pride, a local LGBT support group, got support from local and state groups during a Wednesday evening meeting at Mississippi State University Wednesday.
A Starkville man, arrested Friday for attempted kidnapping, is back in jail after having his bond revoked.
Starkville Pride organizers left the courtroom -- some in tears -- after aldermen voted 4-3 to deny their request to host a Pride parade in March.
Starkville Aldermen voted Tuesday to deny a request from Starkville Pride to host the city's first Pride Parade.
Oktibbeha County supervisors voted to hold off on making a decision on a new waste service provider after reviewing three bids during a Monday meeting.
After almost a year on the Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Board of Trustees, Melissa Luckett is stepping away.
Starkville aldermen will likely call for a pair of public hearings on creating a leisure and entertainment district when they meet on Tuesday.
A social media post claiming a student had a gun at Armstrong Middle School caused "panic and confusion" on Thursday, but students and employees remained safe through the day, according to district officials.
A major mixed-space residential project is closer being underway at Mississippi State University after getting an OK from the State Institutions of Higher Learning on Thursday.
Police arrested a Starkville man Wednesday morning for a year's worth of indecent exposure in the University Drive area.
A water main break caused major disruptions to portions of south Starkville for most of the day Wednesday.
A Starkville woman arrested for second-degree murder in the death of her newborn researched ways to have a miscarriage before attempting to birth it, according to a new filing in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
A Madison man arrested for a Saturday assault in the Cotton District repeatedly slammed his victim's head onto the ground, according to police documents.
A former Mississippi State University student is a suspect in an ongoing investigation into tampering with university files.
Starkville aldermen are moving closer to finalizing the details of a proposed leisure district that would allow patrons to use "go cups" to leave restaurants with alcohol.
A piece of legislation crafted in the memory of former Mississippi State University track and field athlete Kaelin Kersh is aiming to prevent the type of accidents with law enforcement vehicles that took her life.
The Starkville Parks and Recreation Department is seeking public input on the city's park system as part of its recently-launched "State of the Parks" initiative.
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