Starkville Police Department arrested a third man allegedly connected to a November shooting at Starkville Plaza Apartments.
Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Board of Trustees President Jenny Turner said she has not yet decided between seeking a second term on the school board or stepping away from her seat, which expires in March.
Former Ward 2 Alderman Sandra Sistrunk will face incumbent Lisa Wynn in May's Democratic Primary as she intends to qualify for this year's municipal election cycle.
In 2016, many important questions were asked in Starkville and Oktibbeha County.
Starkville police officers are reminding residents to be aware of their surroundings and report suspicious activity after two armed robberies occurred this week.
Starkville aldermen's attempt to rezone approximately 360 acres for advanced manufacturing associated with an upcoming Golden Triangle LINK-backed industrial park will require a supermajority vote for approval after nearby property owners petitioned against the change, documents show.
A legal challenge against Starkville's recently approved comprehensive plan was set in motion Thursday after a Jackson-based attorney filed a bill of exceptions in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
Former Mississippi State University football player John Michael Hankerson faces multiple felony charges after being arrested for a third time in less than a month.
Telecommunications provider C Spire is adjusting its Fiber to the Home marketing plan three years after launching a pre-registration program aimed at generating interest in its 1-gigabit residential internet service and securing new customers in Starkville and other Mississippi cities.
A Starkville man faces a felony weapons charge after a Monday traffic stop.
The Greater Starkville Development Board of Trustees issued a letter to Oktibbeha County supervisors Tuesday calling for an end to discussions on a potential sale or lease of OCH Regional Medical Center.
Oktibbeha County's District 5 Volunteer Fire Department will begin a four-year, grant-funded recruitment effort in January aimed at bolstering its ranks with permanent residents.
Starkville's Ward 1 alderman seat is set to become the first board-level position challenged in next year's municipal election cycle as Planning and Zoning Commissioner Jason Camp confirmed he will run against incumbent Ben Carver in May's Republican Primary.
The Civil War diaries of a Union officer and letters by a Union soldier can now be read on a Mississippi State University website.
District 5 Supervisor Joe Williams said he's confident two major road improvement projects will begin next year even though Oktibbeha County does not yet have local funding in place for at least one of the paving efforts.
Patricia Hopson, Oktibbeha County's incoming veterans' services officer, is bringing a background of previous work experience to her new post that few can claim: she once worked with an organization whose missions and efforts are literally out of this world.
A Starkville man previously jailed for grand larceny and auto burglary now faces a felony charge for possession of stolen property.
A Walmart Neighborhood Market may be coming to east Starkville after all.
A new comprehensive plan the city has spent more than $150,000 and nearly 18 months to develop narrowly survived a Starkville Board of Aldermen vote Tuesday evening at City Hall.
Two Oktibbeha County supervisors called out the board's president for what they called a lack of transparency during a public meeting Monday evening.
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