Starkville’s insurance surcharge for unvaccinated employees will officially go into effect today without any alternative.
Starkville will gain new territory within city limits after Oktibbeha County Chancery Court upheld its annexation plan on Tuesday.
Phillip Carter is finding new and innovative ways to reinvent the Starkville-Oktibbeha County Public Library System.
Parking in The Cotton District will soon be paid by early next year.
The Cross of Christ for Starkville is looking to find a location outside Starkville city limits.
Cassandra Palmer will serve as the newest member of the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District board of trustees.
Unvaccinated city employees may still have an insurance increase in December.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors now knows the next steps in improving the Oktibbeha County Lake dam.
Starkville is taking the next step to upgrade Main Street.
Unvaccinated Starkville city employees will have a few more months before their insurance increases.
Oktibbeha County will delay redistricting yet again.
After hearing three possible designs for redrawing district lines, the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors decided it wanted to hear another plan, in addition to the three already presented, before making decisions.
Once a month, caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients throughout the Golden Triangle and beyond gather either via Zoom or in-person at Starkville Church of Christ.
Starkville is well on its way to creating infrastructure improvements throughout the city.
A little more than a year since the launch of Mississippi State University’s energy club, BCReative Energy has received $250,000 to find solutions for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
The Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District will officially use a modified calendar starting in the 2022-23 school year.
Squirrels eating power lines has become one of Starkville Utilities Department’s biggest issues recently.
John B. Arnold Jr. will spend 55 years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections for attempting to kidnap a former family friend’s child.
Sheriff’s deputies have arrested two suspects in connection with an Oct. 20 murder at Highlands Plantation.
A Starkville man was found guilty Thursday by an Oktibbeha County Circuit Court jury for two counts of attempted kidnapping, attempt to escape from jail and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.
Pictured are road closures for Bulldog Bash in Starkville. The event, hosted by the MSU Student Association, will be held at the intersection of Jackson