Pools of milk lay still on the floor of Anderson Hall after Oxford firefighters had to put out yet another box of cheerios that was lit on fire in the downstairs study room.
City Council voted unanimously against rezoning a parcel comprised of two areas between W. Spring St. and W. Walnut St. at the latest council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 18, dealing a blow to the development company who intended to redevelop the area.
Oxford City Council unanimously approved every resolution, ordinance and request that was put to a vote on April 3.
When campaign signs for four candidates in Oxford's upcoming city council election began popping up together in store windows, front yards and on third-party signposts outside Oxford, online discussions appeared, calling into question the existence of a "bloc" or "slate" between nearly half the contenders in the nonpartisan election.
The Miami Student hosted its first-ever Oxford City Council debate Wednesday, Oct. 18 in Wilks Theater. Eight of nine candidates vying for four open spots on the city's council lined the stage to answer questions about Oxford's most pressing issues. Attended by community members, faculty and Miami students, the forum brought together many of the community's stakeholders to talk town-gown relations, local business, environmental concerns and more.
The following reflects the majority opinion of the editorial board.
After a long-planned zoning code overhaul, Oxford's planning commission is considering further changes.
It was just after finals last semester when senior Austin Worrell, 21, decided to run for Oxford City Council.
A drinking town with a college problem