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Common Ground Coffee bridges gaps and breaks down barriers

A new coffee bar was added to Oxford’s constantly evolving list of new places to visit. Common Ground Coffee Bar, which opened on Saturday, July ... Read more

5 days ago by Ana Martinez.

Oxford Dairy Queen to open next week

Residents of Oxford will soon be able to enjoy frozen treats from Dairy Queen starting at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, August 3. The new Dairy ... Read more

1 week ago by Ana Martinez.

Ajax reopens for carry out, online ordering

Oxford staple Ajax Diner reopened for carry out. “We hope to be open for delivery and dine-in in the next few weeks,” owner Randy Yates ... Read more

1 week ago by Ana Martinez.

J Olive Co of Oxford holding a “going out of business” sale

The J Olive Co. store located on N. Lamar Blvd in Oxford is having a closing sale until August 1, 2020. The store announced through ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ana Martinez.

First Commercial Bank Adds Two New Members to the Oxford Team

JACKSON  – First Commercial Bank’s Alan Walters, President & Chief Executive Officer and Curtis J. Gabardi, President and CEO – In Wait, today jointly announced ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Report.

Dodo Pizza to reopen in its new location on Jackson Avenue West

Dodo Pizza moved into its new location on Jackson Avenue West and celebrated its reopening on July 19. The pizza chain reopened in the space ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ana Martinez.

Oxford sales tax numbers up 27 percent in May

The first full financial effect of the COVID-19 pandemic was made known this week for the City of Oxford. Mississippi’s Department of Revenue released the ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Ana Martinez.

Local experts speak on national coin shortage

The national coin supply is experiencing a shortage of coins as a result of the pandemic, and according to local experts, the issue will likely ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Ana Martinez.

Protesters, Counter-Protesters meet at Larson’s CashSaver after statue vote

After a unanimous vote from the Lafayette County Supervisors to keep the Confederate statue on the Square, protestors took to Larson’s CashSaver on Friday to ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Ana Martinez.

SPARC Fiber Internet Service Goes Live in Lafayette County

SPARC, North East Mississippi Electric Power Association’s high-speed fiber optic network, went live four weeks ago with 240 customers being the first to hook up ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Rebecca Alexander.

Track 61 restaurant closed, space for lease

The space that houses Track 61 restaurant in the Midtown Shopping Center is up for lease, signifying the end of the Italian restaurant.  Tim Phillips, ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Ana Martinez.

Over 100 Oxford businesses received PPP loans

Earlier this week, the full list of businesses that received Personal Paycheck Protection loans from the federal government due to COVID-19 was released and included ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Board of Aldermen vote to scale back indoor gatherings

The City of Oxford took a step back in its reopening plan on Monday, but not as large of a step as initially anticipated. During ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Dodo Pizza finds new home; moving July 12

Dodo Pizza will be moving to a new location after July 12. Alena Tikhova, the owner of Dodo Pizza, took to Facebook on July 1 ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Ana Martinez.

Oxford Creamery announces new doughnut shop

Oxford Creamery announced on its Facebook page that they will be opening up a new doughnut shop. High Rise Donuts will be opening up on ... Read more

1 month ago by Ana Martinez.

Oxford businesses could be closed temporarily for failure to comply with COVID-19 requirements

Oxford businesses that are not in compliance with the mask requirement, and other COVID-19 ordinances in the City’s recovery plan, could be forced to close ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Dairy Queen opening July 28, hiring now

Oxford’s Dairy Queen will be holding open interviews from June 29 to July 3 as they prepare to open their doors. Dairy Queen is looking ... Read more

1 month ago by Ana Martinez.

Oxford Newsmedia Launches Small Business Matching Marketing Grant

Small businesses could be eligible to receive complimentary advertising space during this uncertain time. Oxford Newsmedia, LLC, owner of The Oxford Eagle and Oxford Magazine, ... Read more

1 month ago by Rebecca Alexander.

Oxford sales tax numbers down 14 percent in April

The first full financial effect of the COVID-19 pandemic was known this week for the City of Oxford. Mississippi’s Department of Revenue released the tax ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

ServPro keeping Oxford clean during COVID-19

Businesses have been experiencing a loss in customers since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but not ServPro. ServPro is a cleanup and restoration business ... Read more

2 months ago by Ana Martinez.

Jinsei Sushi closes after staff members test positive for COVID-19

An Oxford restaurant was forced to temporarily close its doors due to employees testing positive for COVID-19. Jinsei Sushi announced on its Facebook page on ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Malco Theatres to begin phased reopening next week

With businesses beginning to reopen, entertainment venues such as movie theatres are no exception. On Wednesday, Malco Theatres announced they will begin a phased reopening ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

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