October 21st, 2010
Hoover, Ala. â€“ Elgin Bailey is redefining the role of go-to player.
Mississippi State's Mary Kathyrn Govero may be a student teacher in the Starkville School District this fall, but she's still learning a thing or two herself on the basketball court.
A significant portion of a long-discussed multi-use project adjacent to Mississippi State University got a jump start today as higher education officials approved a lease agreement on a former cotton
ACKERMAN â€“â€“â€“Â The funeral for Elizabeth â€śBettyâ€ť Landry will be Friday at 10 a.m. with burial in Enon Cemetery.
Visitation will be today from 5 to 8 p.m. at Coleman Funeral Home.
During the recent fiscal year, Starkville posted a more than 9 percent increase in tourism spending over the previous period, an official said Wednesday citing preliminary figures.
A local woman has been arrested for fabricating a reported rape attempt Monday night, Starkville Police Department detectives say.
With yesterday being declared Fall Severe Weather Awareness Day in Mississippi and Alabama, the National Weather Service reminds residents that a secondary severe weather season is approaching.Â
A power semiconductor company will make a substantial investment in SemiSouth, a business launched in Starkville, where officials will formally announce the deal Friday.
An initial fundraiser for the Oktibbeha-Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services (OSERVS) was a success, organizers say.
Two half-brothers charged in connection with an October 2009 shooting incident on North Montgomery Street are now scheduled to face trial on the same day.