Hundreds of peckish local residents flocked to the new Chicken Salad Chick in Oxford for its grand opening Wednesday. Read the full story
An accidental shooting last week in Oxford involving two teens left one girl injured and hospitalized, police said Monday. Read the full story
Oxford will hold a referendum on Sunday alcohol sales July 23. Sunday sales, if approved by voters, may mean more for economic development than for sales tax revenue, according to local officials and business owners.
On the 243rd anniversary of the first Flag Day, which is celebrated on Friday, it is hard to miss the Stars and Stripes flapping above Gander RV in Oxford.
The Oxford City Council voted 3-0, with two members absent, in favor of sending letters to Alabama’s two senators and U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Saks, asking for their help in giving Oxford its own independent post office.
Chicken Salad Chick, a restaurant chain based in Auburn, will open at the Oxford Exchange June 19, according to Miles Coggins, director of design and construction for the company.
Calhoun County sheriff’s deputies were en route around 4 p.m. Friday to serve an arrest warrant to a murder suspect hospitalized in Birmingham after a deadly shooting Thursday near Oxford.
MONTGOMERY — Alabamians won't be able to get wine delivered to their homes anytime soon, but wet counties and municipalities can now have Sunday sales without going through the Legislature.
A new partnership between local police and federal law enforcement agents and prosecutors is expected to reduce violent crime in Anniston, Oxford and surrounding areas, according to local police chiefs.
On their last day of the legislative session, lawmakers approved a record education budget, took a step toward medical marijuana legalization and sent to Alabama voters the decision to scrap the elected state school board in favor of a governor-appointed commission.
Two women, one from Anniston and one from Oxford, were charged Tuesday after they were found with numerous drugs and drug paraphernalia that evening, police said.
Renovations at the Quintard Mall are slated to begin Saturday, Oxford Mayor Alton Craft said, about two weeks after the city’s sale of the Sears building to Hull Property Group for $1.65 million.
On account of a resolution passed in the Oxford City Council meeting Tuesday night, a referendum will be held on July 23 in which residents will vote whether to authorize the city to approve and regulate the sale of alcohol on Sundays.