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Oxford awarded T-Mobile grant for new Downtown Square pocket park

The City of Oxford is planning to remodel the current RSVP Plaza into a pocket park and recently ...

Events

QUASAR gears up with a showcase of local artists, talents

Quasar is back and is getting into motion with their upcoming event to celebrate the arts. The organization ...

Business

Heard is perfecting the art of design and how to ‘Get Up!’

Timber Heard is no stranger to challenges, internal or external, but she does not let them stop her ...

Business

Herod on mentoring, sparking growth and 34 years of business

Spark Sessions, a program founded by local entrepreneur Tammy Herod held the final event in the six-week course ...

Events

Eat in the Street: bring your chairs, socially distance and enjoy

Although the surge in COVID-19 cases and the rapid spread of the Delta variant makes social gatherings difficult, ...

Business

Planning Commission approves new entertainment block at Oxford Commons

Another phase of the Oxford Commons district was approved on Monday and the latest installment will provide more ...

Events

Eat in the Street set to commemorate opening of East Jackson Streetscape

The East Jackson Streetscape project is on schedule to be completed this month and Visit Oxford is throwing ...

Events

Oxford Community Market to celebrate National Farmers Market Week

Oxford Community Market is joining the Farmers Market Coalition and markets around the country to celebrate National Farmers ...

Events

Thacker Mountain Radio Hour to welcome back audience with Grove show

The Thacker Mountain Radio Hour is welcoming back an audience for the first time with the show in ...

Lifestyle

HAMMING IT UP: Francis Bacon is the Pig of Price Street

Francis Bacon, the pig of Price Street, went from a movie set prop in Los Angeles to the ...

Events

Summer Sunset Series returning to The Grove

After a year away due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Summer Sunset Series is returning to its original ...

Events

Oxford Film Festival announces leadership for 2022

The Oxford Film Festival has found its leader for 2022. Last week, festival organizers announced Jim Brunzell III ...

Events

Pop Up Oxford Spring Edition begins this week

With sporting events filling up the calendar and the absence of the Double Decker Arts Festival for a ...

Events

Planning Commission approves Isom Place to become event venue

Isom Place, one of Oxford’s oldest homes, will soon be able to host weddings and other events. During ...

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“Greetings from Oxford” mural to be completed this month

Oxford’s second mural will be completed later this month, featuring iconic scenes from Oxford as well as references ...

Events

Oxford Film Festival names 2021 winners

The Oxford Film Festival concluded its first in-person event in two years on Sunday with their traditional awards ...

Food

The Pantry names L.A. Davis 2020 Volunteer of the Year

Last year was a trying time for The Pantry of Oxford and Lafayette County, but L.A. Davis was ...

Events

Oxford Film Festival set for in-person return this week

For the first time in two years, the Oxford Film Festival will be screening movies for live audience.  ...

Lifestyle

FROM THE KITCHEN TO THE FRONT PORCH: Remembering Angelo Mistilis

Angelo Mistilis would sit on the front porch of his house on North 14th Street and talk to ...

Events

Double Decker Arts Festival canceled for 2021 due to COVID-19

For a second straight year, the Double Decker Arts Festival will not take place. The decision was announced ...

Events

Supermarket Sweep: Regents School of Oxford holds fundraiser to benefit Interfaith Compassion Ministries

Trey Tatum scouted Larson’s CashSaver on Friday, but when running around the grocery store on Saturday, he still ...

Events

Oxford Community Market asks City for help in increased rent

The organizers of Oxford Community Market are getting help from the City of Oxford to help with financial ...

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