Library plans ‘Book Walks’

Oxford residents are invited to stroll around Powell Lake Township Park and share viewpoints on the latest literature during the library’s “Book Walk” program on Sept. 7, Oct. 4, and Nov. 8 at 1:30 p.m. Sandy Gilmore, Oxford Public Library’s head of adult services, said it was library patrons that helped spark this idea. “We […]

CAM Logic hosts Tech Day

CAM Logic opened its doors to the public last Thursday for “Technology Day” to show-off their new location and everything they have to offer as an Oxford business. The event featured technology demonstrations, learning, prizes and food. Members of the Oxford community were invited to see CAM Logic’s new 32,000-square-foot facility (including a new 3D […]

Ministry offers 300 backpacks to students in need

Members of Firmly Rooted Ministries in Oxford were doing their part on Thursday, Aug. 25 to help students get ready for the upcoming school year. They stuffed nearly 300 backpacks with notebooks, pencils and other school supplies. Each will go to an Oxford student in need. Kimberly Donnelly, of Firmly Rooted Ministries, is a former […]

DTE Energy’s Careforce renovates Crossroads for Youth dorms

More than 30 DTE Energy employees recently volunteered to clean-up, paint and transform two dormitories to surprise the residents of Crossroads for Youth in Oxford, in recognition of August as the “Month of Caring.” Crossroads for Youth is a nonprofit treatment facility that serves at-risk children and youth. DTE Energy Senior Communications Specialist Renee McClelland […]

Community supports couple battling cancer

Community supports couple battling cancer

  When Debbie and Roger Delong, of Oxford, were diagnosed with cancer months apart, they had no idea the amount of community support they would receive. Debbie was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer last October and underwent chemotherapy for several months, starting in December. She is now undergoing radiation therapy. Roger was […]

Body believed to be missing woman, cause of death undetermined

OXFORD TWP. – A dead body found last week by an Oakland County Sheriff’s deputy in a wooded area near Hummer Lake and Metamora roads is believed to be a missing local woman, however, a positive identification has not yet been made. Officials believe they discovered the remains of 63-year-old Theresa Adams on the morning […]

Roesner, Shafer, Vandecar run for school board

Nine people are vying for three open seats on the board. All board members have four-year terms. Many of the school board candidates are active members of the community and school district. They include: Stacey Beane, Dan D’Alessandro, Tom Donnelly, Katherine East, Jennifer W. Guthrie, Bruce Meyers, Kallie Roesner, Heather Shafer, and Rick Vandecar. Following […]

Addison allocates up to $15k for senior activities

Addison Township officials approved a proposal 6-1 to allow up to $15,000 in funding towards senior citizen activities at a board meeting August 15. Of the total budget, $5,000 was reallocated from Addison Township’s previously established Meals on Wheels funding. The Addison Township chapter of Meals on Wheels recently joined with the Oxford chapter, allowing […]

Brothers attend renowned robotics academy at NASA

Frank Koscica and his brother, Sam Koscica, both of Oxford, recently attended Robotics Academy at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center’s Official Visitor Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The five-day program is geared towards students, grades 7-9, who have an interest in engineering. The mission of Space Camp Robotics is to […]

Leonard HS reunion Sat.

Graduates of Leonard High School are invited to attend an alumni reunion on Saturday, Aug. 27 at 225 E. Elmwood St. The event will begin at 1 p.m. with a meal beginning at 2 p.m. The meal is potluck, so please bring a dish to pass. Folks with questions are asked to please call (248) […]

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