Some Oktibbeha County roads will be getting some updates following a unanimous vote by the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors.
Holli’s Sweet Tooth recently closed its doors for the last time after almost a year and a half in downtown Starkville.
Store owner Holli Ratcliffe told the SDN the sweet shop had been unsuccessful looking for a buyer for the last few months.
An early morning fire at a Starkville apartment complex left several units damaged and law enforcement investigating a potential arson case.
Ward 2 Alderman Lisa Wynn officially qualified on Monday to run as an Independent after the Starkville City Clerk’s office certified a petition with the necessary number of signatures.
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says he'd be willing to talk about possibly replacing the statues that represent the state in the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
Currently, Mississippi is represented by statues of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Confederate politician J.Z. George.
The slate of candidates in the upcoming municipal election has been finalized and now only time will tell who will take the reigns in Starkville.
The race for the mayor’s office features three Democrats, with no Republicans filing before the qualifying deadline last Friday.
There was a bake sale, a crafts sale, games, bouncy castles, a car show and two races on Saturday morning for Christal VanLandingham Gregory, a Louisville woman who has battled cancer for a year.
New specialty items are available in the OCH Auxiliary Gift Shop, with the proceeds going toward helping one young girl with Down Syndrome achieve her goal of attending MSU’s Access program.
JACKSON – Inspectors with the Federal Highway Administration are closing about 100 bridges on non-state highways across the state.
Sen. Willie Simmons, D-Cleveland, announced the closures Friday morning on the Senate floor. State Aid Engineer Carey Webb confirmed the closures.
Academy Sports+Outdoors on Highway 12 is almost finished with construction and the store is set to open in late spring, bringing around 100 new jobs to Starkville.