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Chick-fil-A to close for 10 weeks due to extensive renovations

Oxford’s Chick-fil-A will close on Sept. 1 for extensive renovations and expansion to the site. The restaurant will ...

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Local businessowner among first to be licensed for medical cannabis in Lafayette

Oxford businessman Tony Barragan is among the first to receive a license to begin a medical cannabis business ...

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Colonnade Crossing solves most of water capacity issues, receives city’s OK

The Oxford Board of Aldermen approved a request of the final plat for Phase 2 of Colonnade Crossing, ...

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Gray connects business community and Oxford students

The Oxford School District and Oxford-Lafayette County Economic Development Foundation have partnered to assist in developing career pathways ...

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Courthouse Square commission OK renovation of South Lamar building

A new company is looking to make a home just off the Courthouse Square. A representative of BankPlus, ...

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Construction for Shadrachs Coffee begins

This fall, Oxford residents will have another way to get their daily dose of caffeine. Construction is underway ...

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Sales Tax Holiday makes back-to-school shopping less costly

Mississippi’s Sales Tax Holiday is this weekend (Friday, July 29 to Saturday, July 30) and it’s a great ...

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Chamber sets its own record for a ribbon-cutting for six businesses at one

The Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce set a record on Tuesday with the largest ribbon-cutting ceremony the Chamber ...

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Kiamie family restaurants win national awards for wine selection

Two Oxford restaurants owned by the Kiamie family received recognition at Wine Spectator’s 2022 Restaurant Awards. Wine Spectators, ...

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Seeking nominations for 20 under 40 Recognition

Oxford Magazine and The Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals are partnering to recognize exceptional young leaders ...

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Waffle House breaks ground in Oxford, could potentially open later this year

A construction crew has begun the process of clearing the development site that will host Oxford’s very first ...

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County supervisors adopt medical cannabis ordinance, zoning amendments

After delaying the public hearing on the creation of a Medical Cannabis Ordinance by two weeks, the Lafayette ...

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CoreLogic employees voluntarily build houses with Habitat for Humanity

Two organizations in Oxford are working together to achieve monumental tasks for the betterment of the community. On ...

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Business owner in preparation stages for medical cannabis brand

Mississippi’s medical cannabis law took effect Friday creating a new way for Mississippians suffering from chronic ailments to ...

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Where’s Waldo? Iconic character creates summertime fun to support local movement

Where’s Waldo? In Oxford, of course! The iconic children’s book character in the red-and-white-striped shirt and black-rimmed specs ...

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Mississippi law legalizing medical cannabis begins Friday

The Mississippi law legalizing medical cannabis will go into effect on Friday, July 1. The bill will create ...

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NEMEPA, NE SPARC form grant program for local teachers

North East Mississippi Electric Power Association and NE SPARC have partnered to form a grant program for local ...

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Gallery: Fans line up in front of Rebel Rags for Raising Cane’s NIL event featuring Ole Miss baseball players

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Local mental health clinic offers innovative depression treatment

“Seeing TMS working is life-changing,” says Right Track Medical Group’s chief medical officer For many of the 16 million ...

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FNB Bank celebrates grand opening of new location in West Oxford

FNB celebrated its new branch, located at 2770 George G. “Pat” Patterson Parkway, at a grand opening from ...

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Paragon Bank welcomes Quentin Brewer to its Private Banking team in Oxford

Paragon Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Quentin Brewer as First Vice President of Private Banking ...

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City approves creation of new license, license fees for medical cannabis businesses

The Oxford Board of Aldermen approved the creation of a new license to be issued by the City ...

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