Senior softball team captures 3rd division title

The 2017 Oxford Senior Softball team recently completed its 12th season in the Northwest Parks and Recreation 55 and older softball league. The team played 28 regular season games finishing as Division Champions in the “C” division while winning 20 games and losing eight. This is the third division championship in the past five years […]

Site plan okayed for 30-unit development

A new residential development to be located in the southwest corner of Oxford Township got the green light to proceed last week. Township officials voted 6-1 to grant final site plan approval for Savannah Ridge Estates, a single-family site condominium project consisting of 30 detached units. The Sterling Heights-based Clearview Homes will be constructing the […]

Reunion for ’76 and ’77 OHS grads

Oxford High School graduates who received their diplomas in 1976 and 1977 are invited to a reunion on Saturday, Sept. 9 The reunion will be held at American Legion Post 108, located at 130 E. Drahner Rd. in Oxford. The cost is $35 per person. If you haven’t been contacted, please call to make a […]

Need a mint?

Need a mint?

It was a hot time Saturday in downtown Oxford as residents and visitors alike enjoyed the Fifth Annual Lone Ranger Parade and Festival. There were many fun entries in this year’s parade including Sunshine Fire Entertainment. Above we see Keegan Kuvach, of Detroit, taking a moment to entertain the parade crowd with the art of […]

Supt. explains need for bond, sinking fund

With the November 7 general election approaching, district officials are looking to shed light on the facts regarding both a bond and sinking fund proposal, which could help fund a number of capital improvement projects throughout the district. As part of that effort, Superintendent Tim Throne sat down with The Oxford Leader recently, to discuss […]

Our thanks to Posse for another great parade

Organizers of the Lone Ranger Parade and Festival should be extremely proud of how all their donated time and labor paid off this year. It started with the Pub Crawl fund-raiser in downtown Oxford back in June (which attracted more than 500 friends of the Masked Man) and ended with what was undeniably the best […]

New parks/rec. office open for biz at Seymour Lake

Folks looking to register for programs through the Oxford Township Parks and Recreation Department needn’t bother going to the village municipal complex on W. Burdick St. anymore. Nobody’s home. After 15 years of leasing space from the village, the department’s offices are now located inside Seymour Lake Township Park, just east of the park entrance. […]

Tennis time!

Grab your rackets and head over to Seymour Lake Twp. Park because the tennis courts are now open. As part of the $2 million bond issue approved by Oxford voters in November 2016, the park’s old, deteriorating courts, installed in 1982, were torn out and replaced. “They were well past their time,” said Parks/Rec. Director […]

Reunion for ’76 and ’77 OHS grads at Post 108

Oxford High School graduates who received their diplomas in 1976 and 1977 are invited to a reunion on Saturday, Sept. 9 The reunion will be held at American Legion Post 108, located at 130 E. Drahner Rd. in Oxford Township. The cost is $35 per person. If you haven’t been contacted, please call to make […]

Budding soap mogul invited to speak at conference

For such a young man, Spencer Kelly is certainly accomplishing a lot in life. Last year, the Oxford Virtual Academy/homeschooled student unleashed his entrepreneurial spirit and founded his own business. This year, Spencer, an Orion Township resident, will be a panelist and exhibitor at the US Autism & Asperger Association’s (USAAA) 12th Annual World Conference […]