Sunday, January 24, 2021

Business

Outdoor Entertainment Part of Phase 1 of The Commons

The ground will be broke next month on a new mix-use retail and entertainment area in Oxford Commons that will feature an outdoor entertainment venue, shops and restaurants, as well as residential options.

Restaurants in Oxford Try to Make the Best of Outdoor Seating

https://youtu.be/g3Rae6-zCZg Check out the video above to see how businesses in Oxford are benefiting from outdoor seating. Video by Bradford Stewart, IMC student

EDF Launches New Remote Work Initiative Pilot Program

A new remote work initiative program will provide new job opportunities for people who need it most in Oxford and Lafayette County.

Owners of Sweet T’s Compete on Food Network’s Halloween Wars

By Lydia Smith IMC studenthottytoddynews@gmail.com While winning Food Network’s Cake Wars twice was exciting, Jeff and Kathleen Taylor decided to try their luck with Halloween...

Famed Mississippi Author to Deliver Talk on Black Wall Street

Mississippi author and business consultant Clifton Taulbert will discuss the history of Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in a virtual lecture Wednesday (Oct....

Buff City Soap to Open Oxford Location

A new store offering handcrafted, plant-based soaps and skincare products will soon be opening in Oxford.

The Summit Prepares for Alabama Game Weekend

https://youtu.be/6YDtynH8_gA HottyToddy contributor Jimmy Marshall, Jacie Unland, Lauren Hoselton and Triston Campbell sat down with Cody Sims a bartender at the Summit to learn about a...

Oxford Businesses: Where to Get Pampered in a Pandemic

By Kate Abraham, Emma Webb, Olivia Settlemires, Susannah Eidt IMC students hottytoddynews@gmail.com During this extremely unprecedented and unpredictable time, detrimental tolls are being taken...
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Small Businesses Flourish in Oxford’s Unique Market

By Ann Katherine Adams, Merrick McCool, Lauren McDaniel, Anna Jordanou, Gracie HamptonIMC studentshottytoddynews@gmail.com Many small businesses can be found all over the Oxford area, but...

Mask Mandate Is Extended for Oxford; Capacity Is Raised for Businesses

The Board of Aldermen voted in a special meeting Thursday afternoon to keep masks mandatory in all indoor spaces such as restaurants, banks, bars and stores in the city of Oxford.
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