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City revokes two outdoor dining licenses due to multiple ordinance violations

After warning restaurants and bars they could lose their outdoor dining licenses if they continued to receive citations for violating the Governor’s executive orders and ... Read more

5 days ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford sees sales tax revenue increase 19 percent in August

With businesses opening back up and students returning for the fall semester, the City of Oxford saw an increase in sales tax collection for the ... Read more

6 days ago by Jake Thompson.

Checkers Drive-In opening Oxford location

Checkers Drive-In is coming to Oxford once again, opening a location in the former home of Abner’s on West Jackson Avenue. The fast-food chain is ... Read more

6 days ago by Anna Guizerix.

“The Commons” entertainment area breaking ground this Fall

Construction will begin next month on a new mixed entertainment area coming to The Commons in Oxford.   Developer David Blackburn announced this week that construction on ... Read more

1 week ago by Carrie Staumbaugh.

Oxford Aldermen discuss revoking outdoor dining licenses

Restaurant and bar owners in the downtown district will not get many more chances to keep their outdoor dining licenses, according to the City of ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Board of Aldermen vote no for extended alcohol sales, approve more outdoor dining licenses

Extended alcohol sales on Sundays will not be coming to Oxford anytime soon. The Board of Aldermen voted to not further the discussion of allowing ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Tractor Supply Coming Soon, Construction Underway at The Summit

By Carrie Stambaugh Construction of a Tractor Supply Company location at The Summit at Oxford Commons is underway.  Dirt is moving and trees are coming ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Carrie Staumbaugh.

Oxford Board of Aldermen vote to keep indoor mask mandate in place

The statewide mask mandate expired on Wednesday, but the City of Oxford’s is staying in place for now. During a special meeting called on Thursday, ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Area venues hosting Ole Miss watch parties due to limited capacity at stadiums

With limited crowd capacities at college football stadiums this fall due to COVID-19, venues around Oxford are offering a safe alternative to still catch the ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

Board of Aldermen approve more outdoor dining licenses

A handful more restaurants around the Oxford Square will be participating in outdoor dining. On Tuesday, the Board of Aldermen held a special meeting to ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

McCormick’s set to open at the Ole Miss Inn this weekend

The Ole Miss football season officially begins on Saturday and with this comes the anticipated opening of McCormick’s at the Ole Miss Inn. Announced back ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

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EDF partners with TVA To Help Bring 100 Remote Jobs To Lafayette Residents

Remote work has become the reality for many workers during the pandemic. But officials with the Oxford-Lafayette County Economic Development Fund (EDF) want locals to ... Read more

1 month ago by Carrie Staumbaugh.

Outdoor dining areas around Downtown Square approved

With the weather turning cooler as the calendar gets closer to Fall, restaurants around the Downtown Square will soon be able to offer outdoor dining. ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

Lamar Yard bringing Texas BBQ and good times to Oxford

Oxford is known for its restaurants, and for how many it has, but the Lamar Yard Smokehouse is aiming to offer something the city does ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

Dr. Preston Lee named Mississippi Business Journal’s “Top Entrepreneurs 2020”

Dr. Preston Hugh Lee III, DDS, of Lee Family Dentistry has been named one of Mississippi Business Journal’s “Top Entrepreneurs 2020.” Lee is one of ... Read more

2 months ago by Ana Martinez.

Oxford Gourmet and Gifts stays open throughout COVID-19

Local business, Oxford Gourmet and Gifts, has managed to stay in business despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Oxford Gourmet and Gifts is located on the Square ... Read more

2 months ago by Ana Martinez.

Christ Presbyterian opens new location

Christ Presbyterian Church, otherwise known as the secret church, has opened their new location on Sisk Avenue. They had their first service there at the ... Read more

2 months ago by Ana Martinez.

The Pinnacle offers assisted living and memory care for residents

Hermitage Gardens of Oxford changed ownership and will now be known as The Pinnacle of Oxford. “We were with Five Star Quality Care and then ... Read more

2 months ago by Ana Martinez.

Regions Bank opens at new location on Jackson Avenue

Regions Bank has announced the opening of its new Oxford location on Jackson Avenue. The new location is one of the most modern Regions facilities ... Read more

2 months ago by Ana Martinez.

New Businesses open at Oxford Commons, with more to come next month

Endurance Physical Therapy and Oxford Commons Home Sales and Design Center are now open at the Terrace in the Oxford Commons. Endurance Physical Therapy opened ... Read more

2 months ago by Ana Martinez.

Malco to reopen Theater at Oxford Commons next month

Malco Theaters is reopening their Oxford Commons Cinema Grill location on Sept. 3rd after a six month closure. The theatre last had their doors open ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Report.

SKIN medical spa opens in downtown Oxford

SKIN medical spa and retail store has been added to the Oxford Square. Located on 319 N Lamar Blvd., SKIN is a medical spa service ... Read more

2 months ago by Ana Martinez.

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