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Plastic barriers separated Oxford’s city councilors at their June 2 meeting, the first in person City Council meeting in 15 months. Last March, the city switched to remote meetings to follow social distancing guidelines and mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Oxford’s City Council voted to repeal the city’s mask ordinance at its May 18 meeting.
Oxford City Council passed a resolution at its May 4 meeting encouraging the Ohio state legislature to reject a bill limiting ballot boxes to one per county and restrict early voting in elections.
Oxford City Council lifted its ban on outdoor gatherings of more than 10 people at its May 4 meeting. The ordinance was passed as an emergency measure to go into effect immediately. Indoor gatherings of more than 10 non-household guests are still prohibited.
The demographics of Miami University as an institution and its five academic colleges are not equal. Some academic colleges include more unequal gender demographics, and some include more or less students of color.
Mike Curme didn’t want to be profiled.
Oxford City Council entered a contract with AECOM, an engineering firm, to begin planning construction of a railroad platform and shelter near Chestnut Fields at its April 20 meeting.
Ellie Hoog, a first-year business analytics major at Miami University, went into housing registration with a plan.
The state of Ohio legalized medical marijuana in 2016. Since then, residents 18 years or older have been able to use marijuana products to treat medical issues from AIDS to epilepsy.
On March 7, Oprah Winfrey sat down with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to talk about their experiences within the royal family, most of which were negative. After years of telling myself I didn’t care about royalty and would never choose to learn more, I decided it was finally time to start watching “The Crown.”
Each year, two doctoral candidates in Miami University’s psychology department spend 20 hours a week providing counseling and education about mental health to students in the Talawanda School District.
Miami University’s Jewish organization Hillel partnered with the Sikh Student Association and Armenians for Human Rights to host Miami’s first Genocide Awareness Week April 5-9.
Oxford City Council approved a resolution to purchase just less than 400 new parking meters at its April 6 meeting.
Butler County’s Supports to Encourage Low-income Families (SELF) organization received an $11.4 million grant in March to assist local families with rental and utility expenses through the end of 2021.
When an anonymous woman moved back to Oxford three years ago to care for her mother, she was already familiar with the area. Her father was a professor at Miami University, and she’d attended the school herself.
With the signing of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, college students are getting their own stimulus checks in the third round of pandemic-related aid.
Oxford City Council approved a resolution during its March 16 meeting to mark a location Uptown to remember Simon Garnet and Henry Corbin, two Black men who were lynched in Oxford in the late 1800s.
When “WandaVision” wrapped up its first season on March 5, it had been airing episodes for nearly two months. Fans waited each Friday morning in anticipation of a new 25-minute episode.
Oxford city officials launched a program on March 5 to help elderly residents sign up for COVID-19 vaccinations and to provide transportation to the Butler County Fairgrounds vaccination site.
Oxford’s cold shelter operated at 133% capacity for the month of February.