Local gymnast places 6th in nation on bars

Local gymnast places 6th in nation on bars

By Wendi Reardon Price Staff Writer wprice@mihomepaper.com MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Leah Fitzsimonds placed during 2024 Level 9 Eastern Championships, May 3-5. Fitzsimonds, a junior at Clarkston High School, finished in sixth place in the nation on bars with a score of 9.175, and she placed eighth in the nation for all around with 36.825. […]

Oxford senior center receives DIA-artwork reproduction

Oxford senior center receives  DIA-artwork reproduction

Oxford’s senior center received a reproduction of Martin Johnson Heade’s 1861 painting “Seascape: Sunset” from the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) on Monday, May 6. The reproduction is part of the institute’s expansion of its “Inside/Out” program to include Oakland County’s senior centers. Oxford’s senior center is also offering two free trips to the DIA […]

North Oakland Strong makes final donation to ‘Caring for Oxford’ fund

North Oakland Strong makes final donation to ‘Caring for Oxford’ fund

Contact Journey Lutheran Church for mental health care reimbursements By Joseph Goral Staff Writer jgoral@mihomepaper.com OXFORD TWP. — Nonprofit North Oakland Strong donated $10,000 to Journey Lutheran Church on March 8 to support the church’s “Caring for Oxford” fund that provides finances for those struggling since the school shooting on Nov. 30, 2021. It was […]

Oxford Trolley Tour of Historic Homes on June 9

OXFORD TWP. — The Northeast Oakland Historical Society & Museum will host the Historic Oxford Trolley Tour of Homes on June 9. “Get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey through the rich history of Oxford! For the FIRST time ever, hop aboard an old-fashioned Trolley Car and be transported back to the enchanting 1870s […]

Safe Money Mindset Workshop for ages 50 and over

A free Safe Money Mindset Workshop for people ages 50 and over is coming to Clarkston and Oxford at the local American Legion halls. During the educational workshop, guests will learn the differences between wills and trusts, techniques to bypass probate, how to safeguard their estate and decode new Estate Recovery laws. The workshop will […]

Davis Family Farmers Market returns with more than just produce on Saturday

Davis Family Farmers Market returns with more than just produce on Saturday

Food trucks, petting zoos and more By Joseph Goral Staff Writer jgoral@mihomepaper.com OXFORD TWP. — The Davis Family Farmers Market will return to Seymour Lake Township Park on Saturday, May 11. It is the market’s second year in operation and new market manager Melisa Counelis looks to increase the offerings from last year’s market. The […]

Oxford DDA Summer Nights begin in June

By Joseph Goral Staff Writer jgoral@mihomepaper.com OXFORD — The Oxford Downtown Development Authority is gearing up for its Summer Nights events beginning June 2, bringing activities to downtown Oxford for residents to enjoy. Summer Nights events run through Sept. 29 and include the seven recurring events listed below, said Oxford DDA Project and Media Coordinator […]

Safe Money Mindset Workshop for ages 50 and over

A free Safe Money Mindset Workshop for people ages 50 and over is coming to Clarkston and Oxford at the local American Legion halls. During the educational workshop, guests will learn the differences between wills and trusts, techniques to bypass probate, how to safeguard their estate and decode new Estate Recovery laws. The workshop will […]

Fundraising shredding event at Lake Orion UPS

Lake Orion UPS and Iron Mountain Shredding are sponsoring a shredding event to be on Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Kroger parking lot in front of the UPS store at 540 N. Lapeer Rd. in Lake Orion. People are invited to bring all of their shreddable paper products including […]

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