The city of Starkville will soon extend the George M. Bryan Airport runway.
The county could soon hire a third-party consultant to oversee and administer its American Rescue Plan Act funds.
A man already facing 19 counts of animal cruelty is now behind bars for killing his girlfriend.
The city’s potential master plan for park improvements is focused on pedestrian and visual connectivity.
The Ward building at Henderson Ward Stewart Elementary School will soon be renovated to a 21st century facility, school district officials said.
A Florida man and his dog are dead after a fatal car accident near Cornerstone Park early Wednesday.
The Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District board will now have an official policy committee to recommend new or updated policies for the district.
The Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District will no longer require mask wearing on its campuses.
The potential updates on Starkville’s unified development code would make sign ordinances in the city less restrictive rather than stricter.
Monday Profile: Howard’s roots in the Philippines leads to a passion for world music, career in DJ services
Will Howard has always had a passion for music.
After living the first few decades of his life in the Philippines, he moved to Mississippi only to find music was quite different from what he had before known.
When Starkville Police Department K9 handler Parker Madeen first met SPD’s K9 Kojack, he knew Kojack was the perfect dog not only for the department, but to be his partner.
A Starkville High School student was arrested Thursday for bringing a weapon to school.
Oktibbeha County will spend whatever is necessary to repair the county lake dam from its American Rescue Plan Act funds.
Interim Mississippi State Aid district engineer Jerry Gilliland said out of the roads in the 12 counties he represents, he believes Sturgis Maben Road in Oktibbeha County is in the worst condition.
Mississippi State University employees are no longer required to be vaccinated in order to remain working at the university.
Starkville Police Department has issued a welfare concern for a Starkville teenager. In a press release on Tuesday, SPD requested the public’s assistance in locating
Costs and resource scarcity are the biggest concerns in economic development right now, Golden Triangle Development LINK CEO Joe Max Higgins told the Starkville Rotary Club during a Monday appearance.
Aldermen will vote today on a 2022-25 capital improvement plan.
Two late Oktibbeha County residents have been chosen as the 2022 Unity Park honorees.
Terry Kemp said his proudest achievement during his tenure as Starkville Utilities Department general manager was the culmination of installing a new substation this past spring.