Articles by Caroline Beach
For Billy Brasfield, the items and artifacts packed seemingly into every inch of the former B and B Furniture building in his native Aberdeen form a narrative of his life.
Bonnie Renfroe, Jeffrey Rupp and Jerry Carnathan play Thursday night on Lafayette Street for donors and volunteers at the Starkville Area Arts Council 25th annual fundraising drive.
Perhaps the best day of William Russell’s career was the day he got down on one knee and proposed to his wife Sarah Russell on the south lawn of The White House.
Whether you are grabbing your morning coffee, checking out at the store or getting the room key at a hotel, you are actively engaging with an individual in customer service.
For West Point native Michael Williams, finding representation of LGBTQ culture in his adolescence was a near impossible task.
As the sun catches on the horizon of Camp Rising Sun, nine-year-old Sam Ottenhof awakens to another day of fun-filled activities at summer camp.
Just down the road from Mississippi State University, Dr. Jo Anne J. Turner spends her days treating patients out of the small oasis built in the back of her Starkville home.
Down on Southside, a house of purple and yellow hues sits in disrepair.
Progress was the center of discussion at the Columbus Rotary Club’s weekly meeting Tuesday as Main Street Columbus Director Barabara Bigelow described the various businesses moving into empty spaces downtown.