Mississippi State University is addressing reports of local and state businesses attempting to piggyback football success.
Starkville is the only town in America where the chant "We're Number One!" is met with the question, "Can you be more specific?"
A significant five-phase, $660,000 infrastructure investment could add increased access points to Starkville Parks and Recreation facilities along Lynn Lane.
Starkville's most recent sales tax check from the Mississippi Department of Revenue was nearly $20,000 short of the previous October's.
Starkville aldermen will discuss suspending residential debris drop-off fees Tuesday after a line of thunderstorms last week.
Starkville aldermen will hear a proposal on how to improve the Starkville Sportsplex's city-university mass transit stop.
The Starkville Police Department is searching for three suspects after a Monday commercial burglary at Jackson Street's Dollar General location.
Both Starkville School District and Oktibbeha County School District maintained their respective "C" district-level state accountability grades.
The Starkville Police Department is investigating numerous reports of stolen vehicles and theft attempts.
The Starkville Police Department charged a former Starkville Electric Department employee with embezzlement Wednesday.
The Starkville Parks Commission passed its Fiscal Year 2015 budget Tuesday during its monthly meeting but will ask aldermen to pitch in more money to pay for utility expenses.
Starkville Electric Department workers scrambled into action Monday to restore electricity after an afternoon storm knocked off power for about 50 percent of its customers, SED General Manager Terry Kemp said.
Weekend arrest figures did not spike in correlation with droves of tourists visiting Starkville for Mississippi State University's historic victory over Auburn.
A day most Mississippi State fans thought they would never see has arrived.
Today, when the Associated Press releases its weekly poll, one will be a number Mississippi State and its emotionally exhausted fans will cherish.
Starkville Board of Aldermen meetings could run late into their respective nights if two aldermen continue to block consent agenda items as they did Tuesday.
Thousands of people are expected to visit Starkville in hopes of witnessing what could be a watershed moment for the Bulldogs' football program.
The ESPN GameDay crew has set up shop in The Junction for Saturday's Mississippi State-Auburn game.
Starkville administrators downplayed a department head's prediction of future water rate hikes by saying the forecast is premature before the city receives its Fiscal Year 2013-2014 audit in early 2015.
Starkville aldermen greenlit Golden Triangle accounting firm T.E. Lott and Company to perform due diligence studies on Cadence Bank's Main Street location.
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