During a disagreement over how to handle a roadwork project, District 4 Supervisor Bricklee Miller said it was time the board changed presidents.
An Oktibbeha County supervisor suggested publicly on Monday the county may be breaking the law in the way employees pay for health care coverage for dependents.
The city of Starkville is looking to implement new access standards for its roadways, which could affect future developments.
Starkville aldermen, in a vote that drew three abstentions, have named Brian Kelley Starkville's next municipal judge.
Lanisha Shields lost her job in early October.
Shields had worked at the Toyota plant in Blue Springs. She has three children, and as the holiday season approached, she worried about how she'd get them gifts for Christmas, with rent and utility bills still to pay.
The city will soon initiate a pair of improvement projects to intersections on Lynn Lane to help traffic flow.
Eight candidates have submitted applications by Monday's deadline to become Starkville's next municipal judge.
The city's board of aldermen will hold a special-call meeting at 3 p.m. Friday, after a work session, to interview candidates.
Two of Middleton Court's anchor store locations will soon be empty.
However, the shopping center's owners and Starkville business leaders and retail recruiters say there's little concern about Middleton Court's long-term success.
Elisa Ceriani prefers a certain type of breakfast.
Ceriani, an Italian student living in Starkville for the Rotary Youth Exchange program, said her usual breakfast is a cup of cappuccino with some cookies.
"I just found out that's weird here," she told Starkville Rotary Club members Monday, to a chorus of laughter.
Kendrell Daniels looks to his role model, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, on how to turn adversity to strength.
Daniels, a 19-year-old artist with the EXPRESS Yourself! program at Mississippi State's T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability, was born without arms. He's learned to use his feet to perform a number of day-to-day activities, from using a phone to brushing his teeth.
After 10 years in operation, Sports Center's Starkville location is closing its doors.
Starkville Police Department is seeking public assistance for a weekend armed robbery and two earlier cases that have not yet yielded arrests.
Starkville aldermen have authorized applications for three city bridges to receive emergency repair funding from the Mississippi Department of Transportation.
The approval for Starkville Pride's second parade proved to be much easier than the first, but the vote still wasn't unanimous.
Starkville's board of aldermen on Tuesday initiated the search for a municipal judge to replace Rodney Faver.
The Jackson Catholic Diocese has confirmed that Father Lenin Vargas is being removed from the ministry staff at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Starkville.
On Sunday, dozens of dogs and cats from local animal shelters started a journey that organizers hope will ultimately end with them in new homes.
The Unity Park Committee has unveiled the names of the two newest local additions who will be honored at the park next year.
Starkville is soon to begin work on a roughly $1.6 million multi-use path extension along Louisville Street.
I can say, with a great deal of thankfulness, that I've never been in a serious car accident.
As such, I've never been in a situation responders have needed to use the jaws of life on a car that I've been in. The latter changed on Thursday night.
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