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Both Ole Miss and Oxford have felt growing pains as more students attend the university and more people move to town, placing a higher demand on the city’s many stores, restaurants and places of entertainment. At the beginning of 2017, Oxford’s Galleria II shopping center opened with many retailers such...

Coming up on the close of her first year as mayor, Robyn Tannehill knows that potential change often comes with critique from the community. The town’s...

The Oxford Police Department headquarters has become too crowded and outdated for modern-day use, and has been hoping to relocate its headquarters to the...

Joey East realized a year ago that as Oxford’s population grew, so did its crime – especially on the Square. As OPD’s Chief of Police, East began...

Mississippi Democrats are nominating state Rep. David Baria to challenge incumbent U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, lining up behind a party stalwart as they reject...

Follow @thedm_news on Twitter for updates regarding this runoff election throughout the day. Mississippians are headed to the polls to cast their votes...

The University Police Department responded to a strong-armed robbery near The Inn at Ole Miss at approximately 4 a.m Saturday morning. The robbery was...

Muslims around the world celebrated Eid Al-Fitr last week, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan, and many Muslim Americans found themselves honoring...

Oxford citizens lined the sides of the Board of Aldermen meeting room Tuesday night to voice concerns over the proposed Downtown Entertainment District...

Over the weekend, a smell most accurately described as rotting flesh seeped into the atrium of the Thad Cochran Research Center. The smell came from a...