Public Notice: Addison Township

Township of Addison Public Hearing Notice Zoning Board of Appeals Please be advised pursuant to the Provisions of Public Act 110 of 2006 as amended, the Township of Addison Zoning Board of Appeals on May 13, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter, shall hold a public hearing and the meeting/hearing will be held at […]

Public Notice: Oxford Village

VILLAGE OF OXFORD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING DELINQUENT WATER/SEWER AND VIOLATION NOTICES ADDED TO 2021 TAX BILL Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, May 11, 2021 the Village of Oxford will hold a public hearing in the Village Council Chambers, 22 W. Burdick, Oxford, MI at 7:00 p.m. This Public Hearing is for the purpose […]

Push back on violations of our precious rights

Push back on violations of our precious rights

Dear Editor, While running errands on Saturday, April 10, in Lake Orion, I noticed about 20 people gathered in front of the Bank of America branch on Lapeer Road. They were pretty disturbed about something, so I stopped to find out why. It turns out that major news media reported Bank of America had voluntarily […]

Public Notice: Addison Township

TOWNSHIP OF ADDISON SPRING CLEAN UP Please be advised that the Township of Addison will provide dumpsters for Spring Clean Up at the Township Offices parking area, 1440 Rochester Rd, on Saturday, May 8, 2021 beginning at 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. rain or shine. This service will be provided to Addison Township Residents only. […]

Public Notice: Oxford Township

April 7, 2021 CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF OXFORD PLANNING COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Thursday, April 22, 2021, at 7:00 pm Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Charter Township of Oxford Zoning Ordinance and the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, the Charter Township of Oxford Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing at […]

Public Notice: Oxford Village

Village of Oxford Public Auction Notice The Village of Oxford will be accepting sealed bids beginning April 1, 2021 at noon for anyone interested in purchasing a 1999 Chevrolet 3/4 Ton Pickup Truck, standard cab with 8′ box, aluminum tool box in bed, 2 wheel drive, 107,400 miles, 5.7 V8 Engine. No test drives. Sealed […]

Thank you for the birthday celebration

Dear Editor, A warm and heartfelt Thank You to all of my dear friends and wonderful family who helped make my 90th birthday celebration an awesome and magical day! A special thank you to Don Rush of The Oxford Leader for his terrific article covering my Special Day and the Oxford Police and Fire departments […]

Oxford Police host bottle drive for Polly Ann and Youth Assistance

Oxford Police host bottle drive for Polly Ann and Youth Assistance

Still have returnables left? The Oxford Village Police Department is helping two important local causes raise money. The Polly Ann Trail wants to match money for grants to pave two parking lots and install two vault toilets along the trail. Oxford/Addison Youth Assistance wants to raise money to purchase signs and gift cards for local […]

House OKs bill to keep extend bar closures until 4 a.m.

House OKs bill to keep extend bar closures until 4 a.m.

By David Fleet Special to The Leader Patrons of bars and restaurants statewide could toss a few more back until 4 a.m. with a bill that passed the State House the other week.. On March 18, a third and final vote was held regarding State Rep. Ryan Berman’s (R- 39th District Commerce Township) House Bill […]

A look at Oxford Virtual Academy

A look at Oxford Virtual Academy

By Lauren Schiller Leader Student Contributor This year, students across the globe have moved to online learning. For many this is their first time learning outside of a traditional seated learning environment. Yet others, including many students within the Oxford area, have been learning virtually for years. Oxford Virtual Academy was founded in 2011 when […]

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