Addison Township officials took a stand against the proposed regional mass transit tax at their June 20 meeting. The township passed a resolution 7-0 to oppose a mass transit tax recently proposed by the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) of Southeast Michigan. The RTA is proposing a 20-year, 1.2-mill property tax, which is expected to be […]
Bryan Cloutier’s days on the Oxford Village Council are numbered. Last week, during council comments at the end of the meeting, he announced his intention to submit his letter of resignation due to an upcoming change of address. “As of the end of this month, I will no longer reside in the village,” Cloutier told […]
OXFORD VILLAGE – A litany of concerns were expressed by both officials and residents regarding a proposed 76-unit multiple-family housing development at 98 S. Glaspie St., but the bulk of the criticism centered around one word – density. “I think you’re trying to put 10 pounds of something in a 5-pound bag,” said village Planning […]
When I was but a young buck, cub-reporter, freshly scrubbed and right out of J school (Journalism, for those not in the know), I soon learned a number of useful community news lessons from Big Jim Sherman, Sr. Surprisingly, I have actually remembered them thar lessons, though it has been a number of decades since […]
Seven-month-old Gus Rheaume, of Addison Township, is already tired of baby food, so he decided to make a play for his mother’s muffin while visiting Leonard Elementary Friday morning. Candice Rheaume was one of many mothers at the school for the annual “Muffins for Mom” event. Photo by C.J. Carnacchio.
Sullivan’s Public House, owned by Jerry and Jamie Cremin, had the luck of the Irish on its side when it was named 2015 Outstanding Business by Main Street Oakland County (MSOC) at the organization’s annual awards program held April 28 in Royal Oak. “It’s an honor, especially in Oakland County where there are so many […]
He may not be tanned, but a former Oxford Village councilman is rested and ready to serve on another local board. On Monday morning, Elgin Nichols filed as a trustee candidate for the Oxford Township Board. He’s running as a Republican and will appear on the Aug. 2 primary ballot as one of five candidates […]
The old Pacific Pride is no more. On Thursday, April 14, workers demolished the former commercial fueling station on the east side of M-24, just outside the village, near the Oxford Marketplace shopping center. The station had been closed for a number of years. Complete Auto Repair, located next door at 533 S. Lapeer Rd., […]