Posts Tagged ‘Oxford’

JOSH MABUS: Share and share alike

When you hear the term “sharing economy,” you might think socialist plot, or more likely, you might not know what I’m talking about. Through my unique form of amateur polling (talking to everyone I meet), I’ve determined that Mississippians might not know a whole lot about the sharing economy. At its most basic, the sharing […] [...]

Legislators’ education alternative challenged in court

JACKSON — An Oxford school patron is asking a Hinds County judge to remove from the November ballot an alternative proposed by the Legislature to a citizen-sponsored education funding initiative. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports the lawsuit was filed Tuesday in circuit court by Adrian Shipman of Oxford, a mother of two in the […] [...]

Oxford schools leader gets 6 percent salary increase

OXFORD — The Oxford School Board has approved a 6 percent salary increase for Superintendent Brian Harvey, who will now receive $138,427 a year. Board member Marian Barksdale tells The Oxford Eagle the salary is not out of line with school districts of similar size. Barksdale says the raise was needed to stay competitive with […] [...]

Tallahatchie River bridge to honor veterans

OXFORD — Lafayette County supervisors will ask the Legislature to allow the new bridge spanning the Tallahatchie River to honor all veterans of the armed forces. Local members of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars told supervisors on Tuesday that they support designating the structure as the “Veterans Memorial Bridge.” The Oxford Eagle […] [...]

Trial set for alleged gang members in federal case

OXFORD — The trial of 14 alleged members of white supremacist prison gang in Mississippi is scheduled for April 27 in U.S. District Court in Oxford. The 14 are each charged with racketeering tied to violent crimes and drug distribution. Federal prosecutors announced indictments in November in Mississippi and Oklahoma. Eleven people were indicted in […] [...]

Columbarium project moves forward

by Published: December 29,2014

Tags: Business, cemetery, Lafayette County, Mississippi, NEWS, Oxford

OXFORD — Work on a columbarium on the grounds of the historic, city-owned Oxford Memorial Cemetery is expected to begin next spring. The Oxford Eagle reports the city is spending about $4,000 on 41 extra shutters, which go in front of the niche. The extras would be used if an original shutter is damaged or […] [...]

As expected, FNC breaks ground on new headquarters in Oxford

by Published: December 2,2014

Tags: Business, FNC, Mississippi, NEWS, Oxford

JACKSON — FNC Inc. broke ground today at the site of the company’s new headquarters complex in Oxford. The new facility, which the MBJ reported on in August, will accommodate future growth for the company. The project represents a $20 million corporate investment and is expected to create 310 new jobs in the technology sector. FNC’s new […] [...]

Butler Snow welcomes Joshua A. Hill

by Published: October 16,2014

Tags: Butler Snow, Joshua A. Hill, medical device, Oxford, pharmaceutical

Joshua A. Hill has joined Butler Snow’s Oxford office. Hill is a member of the firm’s Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Healthcare Practice Group, and will focus his practice on pharmaceutical and medical device defense matters. Hill has served as a judge advocate in the United State Marine Corps since 2010. After completing his undergraduate education […] [...]

RIDING A TIDE: Bama fans lifting prices for Saturday’s Ole Miss game

The price on that ticket to the Ole Miss game this weekend getting out of your comfort zone? Blame it on ‘Bama and the eagerness of their fans to make the several hour drive to Oxford for Saturday’s showdown between No. 3 University of Alabama and No. 11 University of Mississippi, says Jesse Lawrence, CEO […] [...]

Josh Hill joins Butler Snow in Oxford

by Published: September 17,2014

Tags: accounting, Business, Lafayette County, law, Mississippi, Oxford

Butler Snow has announced that Joshua A. Hill has joined the firm’s Oxford office. Hill is a member of the firm’s Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Healthcare Practice Group, and will focus his practice on pharmaceutical and medical device defense matters. “We’re excited about the unique experience and strong leadership skills that Josh brings to the firm,” […] [...]

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