Sticking around town for spring break isn't a foreign concept, but that doesn’t mean spring break has to be uneventful.
Volunteers come in many forms and some even take life-threatening risks just to help their fellow man.
Greg Ball is one of the latter.
Ball, 51, has served as the fire chief for the East Oktibbeha Volunteer Fire Department since 2001.
Toffee is brimming with sweetness! She's snuggly, sweet, and has those gorgeous Weimaraner looks.
Clayton has two loves: food and attention. It took our photographer two whole weeks to get a decent shot of him, because every time she tried to snap a photo, he climbed into her lap!
Area schools have received more than $5,030 in grants for the 2016-2017 school year.
Winners have been announced for the 20th Annual Magnolia Independent Film Festival held in Starkville last week.
The red carpet event held Saturday night was a success, with a full theatre, said festival director Angella Baker.
Mississippi State Television celebrated the first birthday of its show "Music Makers Presents" on Wednesday.
Mississippi State University will host its 11th Charles H. Templeton Ragtime and Jazz Festival.
MSU said the event will take place at Mitchell Memorial Library on March 30 to April 1 at 6 p.m.
A local high school student was recently honored by U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper, R-Mississippi, as the winner of Mississippi’s Third Congressional District 2017 Congressional Art Competition.
A new treat shop opened in downtown Starkville over the weekend and offered locals a taste of things to come.
The Pop Porium - a gourmet popcorn and treat shop on Main Street - held a grand opening on Saturday at noon, complete with face-painting for children and free samples.