Addison’s township board authorized the purchase of a new fire truck during its April 18 meeting. The fire department will purchase one Pierce Pumper Tanker truck with two hydraulic hose reels and two 100-foot lengths of hose, along with necessary connectors, at a total cost of $453,478, through Wixom-based Halt Fire, Inc. The purchase was […]
Individuals, businesses and organizations will soon be sought to help keep the Polly Ann Trail litter-free and looking good. Sponsors are needed to pay for trash cans to be placed along the recreational trail that winds its way through Addison, Oxford and Orion townships along with the villages of Leonard and Oxford. “We don’t have […]
A dynamic industry veteran will open a new Oxford office for Rochester-based real estate firm RE/MAX Defined on May 5. Broker and Owner Andrea Esse, who has spent nearly 15 years in the real estate industry, will be bringing her expertise to the Oxford community. RE/MAX Defined, established in 2010, offers a wide array of […]
April 22: Oxford Village Police were called to the 20 block of W. Burdick St., near Mechanic St. and Pocahontas Trail, at 12:34 p.m. where a set of keys had reportedly been found. April 21: Oakland County Sheriff’s deputies were called by a 52-year-old man from Oxford Township at 5:37 p.m. The man stated that […]
A craft and vendor show will be held at Oxford American Legion Post 108, located at 130 E. Drahner Rd., on Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Wilwin at Cygnet Cove, a unique veterans facility.
Oxford Free Methodist Church (790 S. Lapeer Rd.) invites the local community to hear the Rob Mills family trio, The Sound, during its 10:30 a.m. Sunday service on April 30. The Sound has been able to take its music around the world with more than 1.5 million views on YouTube. The trio has also shared […]
Oxford resident Bodhi Lessuise, 1, looks up at the Easter Bunny with love and wonder during the annual Easter Bunny Bonanza held Saturday afternoon in Seymour Lake Township Park. For more fun, color photos, please see “What a bonanza!” Photo by C.J. Carnacchio.
Pay now or over time?: Twp. responsible for portion of $42M bond for improving wastewater facilities in Pontiac
Oxford Township officials have a big decision to make – pay more than three-quarters of a million dollars now for a major sewer project or be part of a bond that spreads the cost out over the next two decades and adds more than $230,000 in interest to the total bill. They’re expected to decide […]
One of the most basic functions of municipal government is providing fresh, clean water to its residents for drinking, cooking and bathing. But what happens when a water main breaks or there’s trouble at a treatment plant and now, there’s nothing coming out of your kitchen and bathroom faucets? Oxford township and village officials are […]
A 49-year-old Oxford man is accused of raping his wife and assaulting her with a knife after she refused to have sex with him on April 16. Yoong-Ha Lee, 49, was arraigned April 18 on three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of felonious assault with a dangerous weapon in front of […]