During those cherished Saturdays in the Grove, the city of Oxford takes in significantly more people than it does on the average non-game weekend. Increased...

Monday 8:30 a.m. – Yoga in the Gallery – UM Museum 5 p.m. – John Cofield with “Oxford, Mississippi: The Cofield Collection”...

Earlier this month, Oxford Police Department Chief Joey East recommended new city ordinance changes to the Board of Aldermen about the Oxford Square. East...

Oxford Police Department launched a new program on the Square with the goal of promoting safety, providing protection and decreasing crime for its downtown...

Flame throwers, stones and masks are now banned from protests and parades in Oxford. On Tuesday, Sept. 18, the Oxford Board of Aldermen unanimously approved...

In the initial month since the Blue Sky convenience store, located off Highway 6, became the first to sell to-go daiquiris in Oxford, its sales have...

Plush greenery and chirping birds surrounded bikers, runners and joggers as they embarked on Whirlpool Trail for the second Bike for Badges, a 10-mile...

Briefs do not include every incident from the past week. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Oxford Police Department Reports: Alarm:...

More than 60,000 people will venture to the Square this weekend for the 22nd annual Double Decker Arts Festival. Double Decker is arguably Oxford’s most...

Starting Thursday night, the Oxford Police Department will introduced a new self-defense and awareness program in its fight against sexual assault. The Equalizer is a national program OPD is using to teach women how to spot and prevent dangerous situations, as well as learn self-defense against assault. According to the Center of Disease Control, nearly 1 in 5 women...