COVID-19 coronavirus has now officially reached every county in the Golden Triangle.
A Columbus man suspected of a weekend shooting in Oktibbeha County turned himself in to the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday.
The land that used to be Mississippi State University’s 26-acre dairy farm now has more industry than university employees — and that is the goal, said Marc McGee, director of the Research and Technology Corporation.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors unanimously joined their counterparts in Lowndes County on Monday by asking the State Auditor’s Office to investigate East Mississippi Community College’s financial decline over the last decade.
Starkville could get an ALDI grocery store and a TJ Maxx department store if Starkville’s board of aldermen approve a tax-increment financing plan this evening for the project.
A Starkville Academy graduate and daughter of a city alderman died Saturday as a result of injuries sustained in a plane crash in Oxford.
During a Monday meeting, Oktibbeha County supervisors voted unanimously to accept the low bid of $2.2 million from Phillips Contracting of Columbus to pave Longview Road.
Starkville Police Department arrested three suspects in two separate incidents of assault on Sunday and Monday.
A man wanted for a deadly shooting at a barbershop in Indiana was arrested in Starkville on Thursday.
Oktibbeha County is hoping to soon begin work on a road improvement project along Blackjack Road but is waiting for easements from property owners.