STARKVILLE – Bill Poe was diagnosed with diabetes when he was just 13 years old.
STARKVILLE – When Stan Shurden and Joe Bell began a little company called Starkville Recycling back in 2004, some people thought they were crazy.
STARKVILLE — A suspect in the attempted kidnapping of a Mississippi State University student was still at large Friday, two days after the incident at a Starkville apartment building.
STARKVILLE — The quest to improve Starkville’s cracked and crumbling sidewalks is well under way for the city’s sidewalk committee, but the group for now is content to tackle the task one step at a time.
The president of the Aberdeen school board was found not guilty last week on a charge of animal cruelty.
She calls herself the Miracle Woman.
The Starkville native and mother of five has been through adversity. But faith, determination and her unbridled self-confidence have transformed Gwendolyn Outlaw Sharp into an inspiration to an entire community. And if she has her way, she will become an inspiration to the entire world.
STARKVILLE – A Mississippi State University student was kidnapped Wednesday night from outside her apartment building, but escaped her assailant by jumping from a moving car.
STARKVILLE — Developers of the CottonMill Marketplace project were curious about the reception they would receive Tuesday at a town hall meeting to discuss the development.
STARKVILLE — Sales tax receipts are up statewide compared to this time last year, State Treasurer Tate Reeves said Monday, and the city of Starkville is no exception.
BROOKHAVEN — Officials at the Mississippi School of the Arts say the recent appearance by junior Jasmine Murray on “American Idol” has raised interest in the school.
Two Mississippi State University students, including a Heritage Academy graduate from Columbus, are dead after a car accident near Carthage in Leake County.
STARKVILLE — On most days, W.T. “Bud” Shinn sits outside his store in the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge and watches the world go by.
The Columbus Police Department have issued a statement claiming an e-mail message circulating throughout the city is a hoax.
STARKVILLE — While Starkville residents will see massive repairs to city streets and drainage systems this year, the city’s newly formed sidewalk committee is working hard to improve things for pedestrians.