Margot’s Gallery & Frame is pleased to present the new works of artist Durwood Coffey from 7 to 10 p.m. April 23 and 24. Using acrylics, Coffey brings all manner of animals from birds and insects to tropical fish and reptiles to vivid, colorful life. ‘Nature is colorful,? said Coffey, of Westland. ‘I like to […]
Centennial Park got a spring face-lift Monday from members of the Oxford Garden Club, Oxford Beautification Commission and village DPW. Garden Club and Beautifcation Commission members spent the morning trimming, pruning, clearing and cleaning the park’s flower gardens. ‘We consider ourselves civic-minded,? said Garden Club member John Hitch, who was joined in the dirt by […]
“What’s it going to look like?” Ever since it was announced a few years ago that a pedestrian bridge for Polly Ann Trail users would be constructed over M-24, people have asked this question. Finally, there’s an answer. The proposed bridge site plan is currently under review, after which it must go before the Oxford […]
“It’s not a done deal.” That’s what John Elsarelli, the planning/zoning official for Oxford Village, had to say about the recently submitted site plan for the Polly Ann Trail pedestrian bridge over M-24. Elsarelli said the village planner, the Northville-based McKenna Associates, Inc., has reviewed the plans and was not satisfied. “The site plan is […]
Only in Smalltown USA can the boy who opened his very first savings account at the local bank grow up to be bank president. “This is something I’ve worked towards and I appreciate the opportunity. I’m very excited,” said Jeff Davidson, referring to his recent appointment as president and chief executive officer of Oxford Bank. […]
Meals-on-Wheels volunteers served up a side-order of holiday spirit with their usual deliveries Friday. Twenty-five poinsettias donated by the Rotary Club of Oxford were given to senior citizens along with their meals. Pictured: Meals-on-Wheels volunteer Brian Seaman (right) gives a poinsettia to Wilhelmina Schroeder, a resident of Hope Senior Apartments.
For every 100 boys who begin scouting, only two attain the coveted rank of Eagle. Since 1996 three members of Boy Scout Troop 108 have reached the Eagle rank while three more are “within just a few merit badges” of achieving scouting’s highest rank. The members of Troop 108 consider those numbers a testament to […]
For a downtown plagued by a lack of parking, the potential loss of 16 spaces is not good news. “It would definitely be detrimental to our business because there’s not enough parking now,” said Diana Renouf, owner of The Scrapping Post. A 1973 lease agreement which allowed Oxford Village to use a parcel of land […]