Payless ShoeSource in Starkville, 812 Highway 12, has "Store closing signs" posted in their window.
Brittany Coover got a call from her alarm company Saturday evening warning her that her pet grooming business had a shattered window.
Dr. Billy Stallworth built his general practice office on College Street in 1938, and although the name of the building will remain the same, a new owner has recently taken ownership of the one-story brick building.
A new restaurant and bakery are coming to downtown Starkville.
Nearly 10 years ago, Debbie Putt and Janis Kertsetter were working at The Purple Elephant. Last Friday, they became the new owners and reopened the previously closed Columbus gift shop on Wilkins Wise Road.
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