Local places collecting for sheriff’s ‘Coats for the Cold’

Three places in Oxford are collecting new or clean, gently-used coats for Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard’s 31st Annual “Coats for the Cold” drive. Between now and Nov. 30, folks can donate coats at Genisys Credit Union (168 S. Lapeer Rd.), Coldwell Banker Professionals (1370 S. Lapeer Rd.) and the Oakland County Sheriff’s Oxford substation […]

Public Notice: Village of Oxford

VILLAGE OF OXFORD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Please take notice, that the Village of Oxford Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m., on Monday, December 3,2018 in the Oxford Village Council Chambers, 22 W. Burdick, Oxford, Michigan, 48371, to consider the following: Applicant:      Dave Weckle, Valley Building & Repair […]

Public Notice: Oxford Community Schools

OXFORD COMMUNITY SCHOOLS WILL BE ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS For the sale of a vehicle:  2005 Saturn ION with a 2.2 Liter I4, M/T with 181K miles. Minimum bid is $1200.00. We will also be accepting sealed bids for a 2005 Hunter DSP 600 Alignment machine, model # R8-11, part #30-398-1, minimum bid is $500.00. Please […]

Public Notice: Oxford Township

 NOTICE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF OXFORD  BOARD OF REVIEW  The Charter Township of Oxford is soliciting resumes to review for an opening on the Oxford Township Board of Review.   Please address letter or email to: Deanna Cushing, Deputy Supervisor Charter Township of Oxford 300 Dunlap Road Oxford,  MI  48371 Fax (248) 628-8139   Phone (248) 628-9787 x110 […]

Drop a line to former elementary teacher

Have you ever had a teacher that made a difference in your life? I have. She kept me after school because she knew no one was home except for my elderly, crippled grandfather. So, she made up little chores and taught me songs. I would have loved to know what happened to her because I […]

Addison resident critical of cell tower coverage

I am very disheartened to see the level of fact-based reporting and investigation for the truth of your paper is now declining after reading the Oct.25 article by Shelby Tankersley   “Addison OKs controversial cell tower,” where Ms. Tankersley slants the reporting to the side of the township, disregarding the many valid and solid points made […]

Richard G. May

Richard G. May passed away in his home in Oxford on Oct. 31, 2018. He was 74. Rick will forever be remembered by his loving wife Carlene. He is also survived by his children Chris (Stacy) and Julie McKenzie (Jay), stepson Josh Roberts, grandson Patrick, step grandchildren Braden and Teagan and his loyal dog Cody. […]

Edward Collin Cline

Edward Collin Cline passed peacefully on Friday, Nov. 2 from a tragic auto accident the night before. He was 74. One of four children of Edward Louis and Eva Mae Cline. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Karen, his step-children Jeff Stone (Susie) of Dryden, Heather Dalling (Brian) of Oxford, Kristine Cody […]

Judith A. Anderson

Judith A. Anderson (nee Mattson) passed away on Nov. 2, 2018 at the age of 75 following a battle with a rare cancer. Born on April 16, 1943 to Reuben and Agnes Mattson in Highland Park.  Judy graduated from Hazel Park High School in 1961 then continued on to Virginia Farrell Beauty School. She married […]

Gordon Zagel

Gordon Zagel, of Oxford. passed away unexpectedly on Oct. 27, 2018. He was 72. Gordon was the dear brother of Gregory Zagel and Cheryl (William) Bradley; loving uncle of Christine Bradley, Jennifer (Scott) Evilsizer, William Bradley Jr. and Haley; and step-grandfather of Michael McCaan Jr. He was preceded in death by his parents, Roy and […]

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