More Americans are expected to travel for this Thanksgiving than any in the past dozen years. And with the Egg Bowl in town, Starkville may reap the benefits.
For Cynthia Milons, one of teaching's greatest honors is knowing she's made a difference in someone's life.
Aldermen will consider setting study areas for the city's possible annexation Tuesday, after seeing preliminary areas during a Friday afternoon work session.
Columbus' sales tax collections are down slightly, but its 2-percent restaurant tax revenue is growing as local leaders bicker over how to renew it.
Two Brandon men are in jail after an attempted Wednesday morning armed robbery in the Cotton District.
Starkville's planning and zoning commission denied a request to rezone two lots on the southeast side of Green Oaks to general business after a lengthy Tuesday evening public hearing.
Oktibbeha County supervisors will seek a Mississippi Attorney General's opinion on whether they can impose a moratorium on further county efforts to sell OCH Regional Medical Center after last week's special election halted their efforts to sell.
Two Columbus men have been indicted for capital murder in the November 2016 shooting death of a Mississippi State University student.
Two Oktibbeha County Supervisors are voicing their support for a moratorium on county efforts to sell OCH Regional Medical Center after last week's referendum.
A proposal for compromise has emerged in the standoff between Lowndes County and the city of Columbus over the renewal of the 2-percent restaurant tax.
Oktibbeha County may be a step closer to building a long-planned storm shelter after a contingent of Mississippi politicians helped secure more than $1 million in federal funding for the project.
Starkville police arrested a Starkville man and a juvenile Thursday for five combined counts of auto burglary.
The OCH Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees is going to ask a county supervisor to fill a board post that's been vacant for three years.
OCH Regional Medical Center CEO Richard Hilton will contact three hospital system CEOs to see if the hospital should consider an affiliation.
OCH Regional Medical Center will remain a county owned hospital after Oktibbeha County's voters chose to oppose the facility's sale.
Cheikh A. Taylor won the special election Tuesday to replace former Rep. Tyrone Ellis as District 38 state representative.
Starkville aldermen on Tuesday have given two Starkville churches 60 days to correct code compliance issues.
Scott Waller said Mississippi, in order to meet its potential, has to think outside the box in terms of economic development.
Oktibbeha County supervisors decided to wait before joining the county with a class-action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers.
Aldermen will consider a $7.5 million bond issue on Tuesday to fund a four-year infrastructure program to address road, drainage, sidewalk and other needs throughout the city.
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