New ambulatory facility proposed

New ambulatory facility proposed

According to a social media post from Oxford Township, McLaren Oakland has plans to construct a two-story, 54,000 square-foot ambulatory facility at 385 N. Lapeer Road – the current location of the group’s Oxford Urgent Care & Occupational Health Center. According to the post, “No applications or plans have been submitted for review or approval […]

Homecoming Royalty

Homecoming Royalty

All the pomp and circumstance Oxford could muster for Friday night’s Homecoming was on display at Wildcat Stadium. During the halftime show the king and queen were crowned. Pictured are this year’s Oxford royalty are Eli Tabert and Lexi Owens. To read how the Wildcats fared against Stoney Creek, please see inside. Photo by Christy […]

Donnelly resigns

Donnelly resigns

School board has 30 days to fill vacancy By Don Rush It was business as usual at last Tuesday night’s Oxford School Board meeting. President Tom Donnelly led the meeting, the board listened, talked and voted. When the night was done the meeting ended. There was no indication of what would happen the next day. […]

Quilting for a cause

Quilting for a cause

Miracle Quilts gives comfort to veterans, children By Don Rush Earlier this month the Miracle Quilts-Quilts for Our Wounded Troops group started its 14th year of offering comfort to those in need. “Prior to COVID, we have delivered over 9,000 quilts to veterans or their families,” Miracle Quilts founder Carole Carroll of Addison Township said. […]

Family makes donation in mother’s honor

Family makes donation in mother’s honor

NOTA gets a new flagpole By Don Rush Last Thursday family members of Gertrude “Gert” Curtis gathered at the North Oakland Transportation Authority (NOTA) headquarters in Oxford Village to dedicate a new flagpole. “On behalf of the NOTA employees, NOTA board and our communities we are so grateful for your thoughtful donation of a beautiful […]

Oxford defense stalls, Wildcats fall 31-7

Oxford defense stalls, Wildcats fall 31-7

Travel to Clarkston Friday Oxford’s defense had a hard time getting off the field last Friday night and their offense failed to score in a Homecoming loss to Stoney Creek High School, 31-7. Oxford falls to 1-3 overall and 0-2 in the OAA Red Division. The Cougars of Stoney Creek improved to 3-1 overall, 1-1 […]

Oxford welcomes new Hall of Famers

Oxford welcomes new Hall of Famers

By Don Rush Family and friends of former Oxford Wildcat athletes gathered for dinner and ceremony on Sept. 9 for the Oxford High School Athletics Hall of Fame induction. Leading the induction ceremony was Athletic Director Tony Demare. He introduced the inductees or those representing inductees who could not attend. This year’s inductees were Gayle […]

School board candidates to take questions Sept. 28

 ‘Friendly Forum’ will be at the Legacy Center. By Don Rush Long time Oxford Township resident, current Oxford Township Trustee and Oxford Downtown Development Authority Chairman Rod Charles, just doesn’t have enough to do – so he and Oakland County Commission Michael Spisz (R-Oxford) have organized a Meet the Candidates forum for Oxford School Board. […]

Road commission out spraying Phragmites, knotweed

Locals lately have been commenting on social media about “spraying” going on along Oxford and Addison township roads. They wanted to know what was going on. So, your intrepid Oxford Leader reporters went to the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) for answers. Here’s what we came up with. The RCOC is continuing to work […]

Wildcats take to the field!

Wildcats take to the field!

Before the start of Friday’s cross-town rivalry against Lake Orion High School, Oxford ran onto their home field with banners waving. The game started Oxford’s way, with the Wildcats chewing up nearly all of the first quarter. They drove down the field, only to be stalled inside LO’s 10 yard line, and settled for a […]