The Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District on Tuesday night announced it had unanimously selected Tupelo School District Assistant Superintendent Eddie Peasant to replace retiring Superintendent Lewis Holloway.
The Mississippi Economic Council on Wednesday held a press conference at the Mississippi State Capitol to urge policymakers to work toward improving the state’s bridges and roads.
The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday afternoon canceled an endangered/missing child alert for 15-year-old Renee Warner of Lumberton.
Warner had been missing since Saturday Feb. 25.
Thomas Brothers Formalwear opened on Thursday, Feb. 2 on Highway 12, just in time for prom season.
The search is over.
The Starkville Fire Department, with the help of a hazmat crew, responded to a call involving a suspicious substance at Oby’s Cajun Restaurant on Academy Road Tuesday afternoon.
Felony arrests in Starkville saw a substantial increase in 2016, according to the most recent data from the Starkville Municipal Court.
Road work along the Highway 12 corridor began on Monday, with MDOT beginning the first phase of a project aimed at improving safety within the city limits on the area’s busiest state highway.
Authorities have increased the reward amount in the search for a murder suspect who allegedly killed his girlfriend before shooting and wounding a jogger in Rankin County.
An MSU Professor has been honored by The American Association of Blacks in Higher Education.