Articles by Alex Holloway
The city of Starkville plans to look at parking meters as a possible solution to parking issues downtown and in the Cotton District.
Preliminary plans for Starkville’s Cornerstone Park are taking shape after city officials met with designers from Dalhoff-Thomas on Thursday.
Oktibbeha County has been declared a federal disaster area in response to an April 13 storm that spawned a pair of tornadoes in the county.
The Mississippi Court of Appeals will not rehear a case opposing the rezoning of land for an industrial park in north Starkville.
Residents who live in areas the city of Starkville is considering annexing flocked to City Hall Tuesday to rail against the annexation at the city’s first public hearing on the matter.
Bob and Donna Reese have found their own ways to help out the Oktibbeha County Humane Society.
The Reeses, both retired from Mississippi State University, have worked in different ways — direct and indirect — to support the nonprofit.
Anna Richey and her younger brother, A.J., didn’t have much experience with woodworking before Friday afternoon.
That didn’t keep the two from joining a six-person group in the Idea Shop downtown to handcraft a Father’s Day gift for their father, Mike.
A requested Mississippi landmark de-designation for a property on South Jackson Street will not affect a more than 100-year-old home that sits on the property.
Starkville police have arrested suspects in connection with a Monday evening shooting at McKee Park.
Starkville police are searching for suspects after a Monday shooting at McKee Park sent a man to the hospital.
For Ann Brett Strickland, seeing the Mississippi State Bulldogs succeed is as much a business matter as it is one for cheering for the home team.
Longview Road appears to set for paving, pending approval from the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors at its next meeting on June 17.
Starkville police are searching for suspects after a shooting at McKee Park sent a man to the hospital.
Social media pushback has prompted city leaders to respond to concerns about the rollout of a new phase of cameras in Starkville.
Mississippi State University’s T.K. Martin Center will have a new director after Janie Cirlot-New retires.
A Tupelo man has been indicted for cyberstalking and threatening to have police arrest another man on false accusations of pedophilia.
Starkville is moving ahead with implementing its new 1-percent tax after aldermen approved it on Tuesday.
A former Kampgrounds of America employee was arrested on Tuesday after a viral video showed her threatening a black couple with a handgun.
Starkville Police Chief Frank Nichols announced his intention to retire at the end of the year during Tuesday’s board of aldermen meeting.
Oktibbeha County supervisors approved a trio of motions on Monday that closed a lingering investigation into the county wrongly giving its property to a private citizen.