About: Oxford, AL
Oxford is the other half of the Anniston-Oxford Metropolitan area, which is a fast-growing population over the past decade. Oxford was the first city in Calhoun County to be incorporated, and it was founded in the early 1850s. The town, originally named "Lick Skillet," is home to the fully-enclosed shopping mall known as the Quintard Mall. The city lies in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains.
Local Newspapers: The Anniston Star
Local Sports Teams: Oxford Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Gadsden State Community College
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Many newspapers around the country have downsized in recent years, so they have begun to publish online versions each day, which also helps environmentally. You might be able to get your local newspapers online, like The Anniston Star. Also, college students from Gadsden State Community College should be able to take some of their courses online while they pursue a degree.
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Zip Codes associated with Oxford, Alabama: 36203
Towns/Cities near Oxford, Alabama: Fort McClellan, Oxford, Weaver, Jacksonville, Heflin, Alexandria, Ohatchee, Munford, Saks.