Share a cup of joe with sheriff

It’s no secret that cops love coffee and Sheriff Mike Bouchard is no exception. Oakland County’s top cop is inviting area residents to share a cup of joe with him, enjoy some light snacks and “tell me what’s on their mind” when he visits the Oxford Meijer store with his mobile command center on Wednesday, […]

Public safety

June 4: A 16-year-old boy from Oxford was reported missing from a youth facility, located in the 900 block of E. Drahner Rd, to Oakland County Sheriff’s deputies at 11:50 p.m. The boy was reportedly last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt and pants and is described as African American and short, black hair. Deputies searched […]

Allie Laidlaw and Aaron Lactot to wed

Steve and Kathy Laidlaw, of Oxford, are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Allie Laidlaw, to Aaron Lanctot. Aaron is the son of Larry and Sherri Lanctot, of Snover, Michigan. Allie is a 2010 graduate of Oxford High School and 2014 graduate of Michigan State University. She is currently teaching English and coaching […]

Let’s play in the mud!

The 1,200-acre Koenig Sand & Gravel property along Lakeville Rd. in Oxford Twp. hosted the Tough Mudder on Saturday and Sunday. Thousands came out to play in the mud, overcome obstacles and challenge themselves.  

Their sacrifices were not in vain

Their sacrifices were not in vain

Scouts Dakota Streeter (left) and Austyn Streeter, of Troop and Pack 366, place dog tags on white crosses representing all the sons of Oxford who perished in conflicts ranging from the Civil War to the Vietnam War. They did this as part of Oxford’s Memorial Day ceremony held Monday morning in Centennial Park. Photo by […]

Village looks into selling bulk water

It appears Oxford Village could be going into the bulk-water business, but first it needs to establish a policy and set a price. Officials are going to meet on Tuesday, June 27 to discuss and review the issue. Tim Dabish, president of Intrastate Distributors, Inc., a Detroit-based beverage company established in 1980, has expressed interest […]

DDA’s director pick turns down job

Looks like it’s back to the old drawing board for the Oxford Downtown Development Authority (DDA). Stephen Holowicki, the DDA’s pick for the executive director position that’s been vacant since early February, has turned down the job. In a May 27 email to DDA Chairperson Sue Bossardet, Holowicki, a resident of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, wrote, […]

Iraq War vet encourages crowd to discuss freedom, military service

Kate Logan, an Oxford Village resident, doesn’t mind that for many people, the Memorial Day weekend is a fun opportunity for backyard barbecues, boating on Michigan’s many lakes and heading north to the old cabin in the woods. “I want people to enjoy their lives and their freedoms. That’s why I wore the uniform,” said […]

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