Oxford High School will be presenting the beloved J.M. Barrie classic “Peter Pan” Wednesday, March 22 through Sunday, March 26 in the OHS Performing Arts Center. More than 75 OHS students have been involved in the production of the musical since January. The musical tells the family-favorite story of Peter Pan (OHS senior Tori Spring), […]
Fire erupted inside the Lake Villa Manufactured Home Community early Saturday afternoon, causing an estimated $11,000 to $12,000 in damage, but no injuries. According to Oxford Fire Chief Pete Scholz, a woman sitting inside a single-wide manufactured home on Dunlap Circle saw something fall outside her window. Shortly after, a neighbor came knocking to alert […]
125 homes to get free spring cleanup: Oxford Gives Back founder estimates 1,000 volunteers will be needed
In early February, Jacinta Hogan called the Leader because she wanted to spread the word that Oxford Gives Back was looking for folks in need of a spring cleanup. The response was overwhelming. A total of 125 area homes are currently scheduled to receive free yardwork on the weekend of April 29-30. Eighty-four of the […]
Who needs a bank or credit union, when you’ve got Oxford Township making loans? Last week, the township board voted to 5-1 authorize the parks and recreation commission to purchase two vacant parcels, totalling 5.024 acres, located on the west side of Coats Rd., south of Seymour Lake Rd. To pay for the land, which […]
By Jim Newell Lake Orion Review Editor The new Lake Orion village manager is a name that will probably be familiar to many residents: that’s because he works only a few miles up M-24 as the current Oxford village manager. The Lake Orion Village Council voted 6-0 at its meeting on Monday to formerly “extend […]
Everybody’s a little Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day. Come to Immanuel Congregational, United Church of Christ in Oxford Village and get your green on! Immanuel will host a Boiled Dinner on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17, from 5-7 p.m., to raise money for a replacement boiler. Dinner will feature the traditional fare of corned beef […]
Sixteen Oxford High School auto students put their knowledge to the test last week as they went head-to-head during the annual Mini-MITES competition. They demonstrated their skills and competence in five categories – brakes (identification and assembly); suspension, steering and alignment; automotive measurement; scan tool diagnostics; and electrical diagnosis. They also took a written test […]
Oxford and Daniel Axford elementary schools held their annual spring fair Friday night. Games, prizes and treats abounded as students and parents enjoyed some good old-fashioned family fun.
Due to the severity of the power outages in our area, Oxford Community Schools is providing a temporary warming center to residents who are without power. To provide relief from cold temperatures, Oxford High School will be open from Friday, March 10 at 8 p.m. until Saturday, March 11 at 10 a.m. According to the […]
Oxford High School senior Garrett Tyrell has an opponent wrapped up at the state individual wrestling finals held last week at the Palace of Auburn Hills. For the story, please see “Four grapplers place at state finals.” Photo by Wendi Reardon Price/The Clarkston News.