Articles by Mary Pollitz
There’s a new kid on the block in downtown Starkville.
After more than 40 years of business, Rick’s Furniture is closing down.
The Bargain Hunt building, 2312 Hwy. 45, is up for auction. Commercial Real Estate company Crexi posted the online auction, slated for Nov. 1-3, on
After more than 15 years in Columbus, Beauty Mark is closing its doors.
By November, Starkville will have one less supermarket in town.
Starkville’s Cotton District will have a new dessert spot by mid-September.
Lights, camera, selfie-mode and action.
Columbus Air Force Base is expanding its culinary scene with a new Thai restaurant.
Kids grow very quickly.
Cumbaa Design Co. is expanding in Starkville.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, Jill Lehrkamp started searching Columbus for the perfect place to hatch her new business.
Collier Hardy got her first taste of business selling soaps and sugar scrubs at the Columbus Farmers Market.
Maybe the curse is broken. Maybe we’ll be back. But like I told my dad before we both closed our eyes, there’s two things I know for certain.
For four months, Artie Sutherland has been delivering fresh seafood to the Starkville area.
Camilla Gaines started working at a silk flower shop at 16.
A fast-food restaurant in Columbus is closed, for now.
We’re adding another restaurant in downtown Starkville.
It’s better to have a friend with a boat than a boat with a note.
The former Rex Theater ticket office is serving scoops in downtown Starkville.
We’ve got some restaurant news for Columbus folks.