You Are Browsing ‘News’ Category

Char Grille in Oxford has made some changes recently, as the steakhouse now has a different name and a new location. The restaurant, which is now known as Oxford Grillehouse, has moved to the Oxford Square from its previous Jackson Avenue location. During its time on the corner of Jackson Avenue and Hathorn...

Malco Theatres purchased the former Amp in early June with plans to transform it into a family entertainment center. The center will include a bowling...

This afternoon for the first time a vendors’ fair for minority businesses will meet and work to promote diversity in the workplace. The event will take...

Kyle McGrevey works frantically in his fresh sport coat, blue jeans and leather shoes repairing a broken computer screen as people wait patiently to come...

The city of Memphis is nationally known as a city plagued by violence. From physical brawls to arson, there is rarely a dull day for city police and members...

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Civil rights leader Medgar Evers helped create a more inclusive and open Mississippi by increasing black voter registration, Gov....

The University of Mississippi has approved and will begin implementing a three-year, three-phase renovation to parking guidelines and infrastructure. Phase...

Southern Airways Express announced at a press conference Wednesday that air service will be available to and from Oxford-University Airport beginning June...

With the economy fluctuating throughout the year, local businesses have to deal with seasonal spikes in revenue. Because it’s a college town, Oxford...

After 11 years of fundraising, lobbying and construction, the Burns-Belfry Methodist Church will be finished and ready for visitors in mid-September. While...