STARKVILLE — Alcohol is coming to Davis Wade Stadium.
Here’s some sobering news: A large international study says adults should average no more than one alcoholic drink per day, and that means drinking guidelines in many countries may be far too loose.
Ward 3 Alderman David Little will not call for a non-binding public vote on two proposed changes to Starkville’s alcohol ordinances after the Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office informed him a November referendum must be paid for and administered by the city.
The father of a woman accused of providing alcohol to one of four New Hope teenagers injured in an automobile accident said his daughter only gave one of the teens one sip of her beer.
A Columbus man was one of two United Airlines pilots arrested over the weekend on suspicion of being under the influence of alcohol while preparing to fly from Scotland to New Jersey.
Starkville is another step closer to having entertainment districts in which bar patrons may carry alcoholic drinks out of businesses and into public spaces.
Starkville bar patrons may have the ability to carry alcoholic drinks out in publicly designated districts sometime this summer.
Some college students are telling a Mississippi Gulf Coast television station that a ban on alcohol at a popular Alabama beach destination will bring more spring breakers to Mississippi.
Officials say a 42-year-old Purvis woman has been arrested for providing alcohol to minors.
Each property owner that has not had an instance of violent crime at one of its events in the past five years is exempt from that requirement.