There are more than two dozen expired appointments to Oxford’s volunteer groups.
The city’s Board of Education on Tuesday declared a state of emergency at Oxford Elementary School, allowing the system to skirt state bid law to repair a leaky part of the school’s roof.
Since more warmth and sunshine are in the forecast — temps in the 70s all week with showers expected only Tuesday; a little cooler but sunny all weekend — here are some suggestions for how to spend that time outside.
The ordinance sets guidelines for developers and contractors to mitigate stormwater runoff on their properties after their projects are built. The ordinance also allows the city to inspect properties to ensure stormwater guidelines are followed and to levy fines or imprisonment against violators.
The president of the company that last year won a $300,000 contract to move utilities in downtown Oxford — the first step in a multi-million dollar streetscape project — says that work is nearly done.
A Georgia man and former president of the Oxford chapter of a telecommunications labor union pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court on charges of embezzlement and bank fraud, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama.
Oxford’s Choccolocco Park remains open to both cyclists and pedestrians, the city’s parks director said Monday, but more rules regulating use of the park’s track are likely coming.
A Tennessee man shot and killed by Oxford police Wednesday had been charged with nine different crimes during a similar incident in Knoxville last year and was out on a $11,500 bond, officials said.
Micah Randall Lambert, 37, of Knoxville, Tenn., was pronounced dead at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday, Calhoun County Coroner Pat Brown said by text message Thursday morning.
At least one Oxford City Council member wants to talk about allowing those sales — a change she believes necessary for future business development. She might be alone in that belief.
The study is necessary for a long-planned widening of the two-lane bridges, which act as a sort of bottleneck for the heavily trafficked, four-lane Leon Smith Parkway-bisected interstate exit.