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The End of All Music finding ways to thrive in a pandemic

David Swider was already planning to further enhance his store’s online presence, but then, a pandemic made it necessary. The End of All Music, located ... Read more

13 hours ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Tuesday Morning not in first round of closures

National retailer Tuesday Morning filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy this week, and announced plans to close at least 230 stores out of 700. The first phase ... Read more

15 hours ago by Anna Guizerix.

The Graduate begins reopening process with The Coop

One of Oxford’s signature hotels on the Downtown Square is beginning to reopen its doors. The Graduate Oxford announced on Tuesday they will reopen The ... Read more

3 days ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford’s sales tax collection down approximately 16 percent in March

The City of Oxford has begun to see the initial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic from a financial standpoint. During the Board of Aldermen meeting ... Read more

1 week ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford businesses to receive assistance from State Legislature

Local small businesses will soon be able to get some assistance from the state. Last week, Mississippi lawmakers passed a bill to distribute $300 million ... Read more

1 week ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Planning Commission gives go-ahead for Tractor Supply Company

Tractor Supply Company is one step closer to reality for Oxford. During their May meeting on Monday, the City’s planning commission approved the final site ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Tattoo Parlors forced to close after being allowed to reopen

Tattoo parlors were one of the many businesses allowed to reopen in Oxford under strict guidelines earlier this week, but they were not supposed to. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

What’s for Dinner: List of Oxford Restaurants that have reopened or remain closed

The Eagle will compile a list of Oxford restaurants that are open for dining room service, drive-thru and delivery only or closed completely. On Monday, ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

The Blind Pig to remain closed as a cautionary measure

Oxford restaurants were allowed to reopen their dining rooms this week, with restrictions, but The Blind Pig was not one of them. After revealing on ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Aldermen vote to keep restaurant dining rooms closed, allow some outdoor recreation to resume

Despite Governor Tate Reeves allowing restaurant dining rooms to reopen across the state later this week, those inside the Oxford city limits will remain closed, ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

REOPEN FOR BUSINESS: Oxford’s small businesses slowly returning to normal

When the Oxford Board of Aldermen voted to begin Phase 1 of the “Serve Oxford Safely” recovery plan this week, many local businesses breathed a ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Aldermen approve fourth COVID-19 emergency resolution; masks required in essential businesses

The first small step to reopening Oxford was taken on Thursday. During a recessed meeting on Thursday, the Oxford Board of Aldermen approved a fourth ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

Regions to still use Square location after merge with Jackson Avenue branch

Despite Regions closing its Courthouse Square Branch this summer, the bank still intends to use the space for other services. Last week, the bank announced ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

The Oxford Eagle changes print cycle to Two Days: Eagle to remain Oxford’s source for regular news updates

In response to the economic challenges presented by the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as well as the change in recent years as to how its readers ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Report.

Visit Oxford providing ways to help amid COVID-19 crisis

Visit Oxford is normally in the midst of final preparations for the annual Double Decker Arts Festival in late April, but this year is different. ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Regions closing Downtown Square branch this summer, merging with Jackson Avenue branch

There will be one less Regions bank in Oxford by this summer. The Alabama-based banking company sent a letter to its customers announcing they will ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Grocery stores, local businesses adjusting to COVID-19 shelter-in-place order

Last week, Governor Tate Reeves signed a shelter-in-place order to try to limit the spread of COVID-19 and help flatten the curve as quickly as ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Grassroots efforts aid service industry workers in the LOU

By Anna Margaret Foster | Special to the EAGLE  As the COVID-19 virus rapidly spreads, individuals across the world have seen their lives flipped upside ... Read more

2 months ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Lingering questions remain in Oxford’s economic recovery from COVID-19

How long will it take Oxford and Lafayette County to bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic? The short answer is that we are still waiting ... Read more

2 months ago by Nathanael Gabler.

Supervisors adopt new resolution; receive COVID-19 update

During a recessed meeting on Tuesday, the Lafayette County Board of Supervisors approved additional measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Similar to the “Stay ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford hotels have varied responses to COVID-19 pandemic

The Graduate Hotel was one of the first to completely close their doors, and for now, they’re one of just two to do so. Effective ... Read more

2 months ago by Nathanael Gabler.

Oxford Board of Aldermen approve additional measures to contain spread of COVID-19

After Lafayette County announced four new presumptive COVID-19 cases since Thursday, the City of Oxford met on Sunday to take additional measures in an effort ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

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