Property developers for Quintard Mall are making plans for more demolition early next year to pave the way for development of seven outward facing shops and some outparcel properties.
The chief of Anniston's police in 1945 wasn't kidding around: You kids quit shooting 22's and slingshots inside the city, or else there's gonna be some arrests.
The City Council voted on Tuesday to apply for a Community Development Block Grant for the purpose of making improvements to downtown Oxford, demolishing vacant structures and widening Friendship Road.
The Oxford City Council voted Tuesday to submit an application for a federal grant to resurface and fix drainage issues along Bynum Cutoff Road.
There was some lessening of restrictions on civilian gasoline usage after the defeat of Germany in Europe, but officials remind pleasure motorists that there's still war to be won across the Pacific. So knock off the trips to Florida.
The major question surrounding the potential annexation of some Coldwater residents into Oxford concerns where children of that section will go to school.
A small but spirited crowd of a few hundred turned out Saturday for Freedom Fest, Oxford’s yearly Independence Day event, one of the better-known events for that occasion.
Economic damage inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic is easy to spot as scores of Alabamians remain unemployed, but local municipalities have managed to survive — or even thrive — as the virus continues to spread.
One respected elected official has one view concerning which public body should be responsible for fort reuse, while a different one has another one.
A Florida man was in custody Sunday after crashing a pickup into an Oxford business and shooting a bystander who’d come to check on him.
Elwood Staffing, a local employment agency that matches job seekers with employers, held a job fair Saturday to bring awareness to the critical need for jobs to be filled in the area.