Articles by Jessica Lindsey
Garan Manufacturing has been the sole occupant of North Star Industrial Park for a little more than a year, but the Golden Triangle Development LINK is looking to give Garan a few neighbors soon.
Empty store shelves where baby formula is meant to be stocked. Desperate parents driving from store to store hoping their luck is a little better at the next one.
For three of the last four years, children all across the Golden Triangle have built their own lemonade stands and made their own product to sell on a hot summer Saturday to help their community cool down.
Ulysses S. Grant is more of a Bulldog than you think.
With 14 years of experience as a superintendent under his belt, Tony McGee will begin his first year as superintendent of Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District on July 1.
Every Monday and Wednesday, 20-year-old Akeah Graham finds herself surrounded by children of all ages leading them in an afterschool program she created that focuses on the arts.
Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District has chosen its new superintendent.
The Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District added 20 more seats to its pre-kindergarten early learning collaborative with an extra classroom at Sudduth Elementary for next school year.
Stronger cell phone network connectivity on the Starkville High School campus is one step closer.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is reviewing actual bid tabs instead of the insurance estimate for the Hunt campus rebuild, according to architect Taylor Guild III of Eley Guild Hardy Architects.
Students from Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science gathered on campus in garb fit for another era Thursday, re-reading scripts as they prepare to pay homage to some of the most notable African Americans in Columbus history.
Those gathered in the meeting room at Lion Hills Center on Thursday held their breath as the final award of the day was ready to be announced.
The empty husk of Vowell’s Marketplace has sat empty since November on the top of the hill looming over Highway 12 amid a hub of activity.
Paid parking in Starkville will resume in one month.
Starkville Rotarians packed into a conference room at the Hilton Garden Inn on Monday as Mississippi’s Secretary of State Michael Watson spoke about the responsibilities he holds in office.
‘Every child needs to box’: Discipline, control are goals of police department’s youth boxing initiative
The sound of gloves hitting a punching bag, the taps of a jump rope on the floor and the buzzer signaling the end of a workout all fill a gym off of Lynn Lane on the Starkville Community Church property.