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  1. $1,300 raised to help kids facing life-altering eventsRead the original story

    Thursday | Oxford Leader

    Folks gathered at Joy Studios in Oxford Sunday morning to sweat and raise money for KIDSgala. Photo by C.J. Carnacchio.

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  2. Dr. Jonathan Zaidan, MD, FACOG Hosts Women's Health Seminar on Bladder ControlRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PRWeb

    Join Dr. Jonathan Zaidan of Women's Excellence for a free Women's Health Community Seminar presented by Coloplast where bladder leakage and treatment options will be discussed. LAKE ORION, Mich.; OXFORD, Mich.; BIRMINGHAM, Mich.; ROCHESTER, Mich.; CLARKS Dr. Jonathan Zaidan, MD, FACOG, of Women's Excellence is participating in a women's health community seminar presented by Coloplast regarding bladder health on Wednesday, April 25, 2018.

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  3. M-24 project set for 2020, MDOT saysRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 12 | Oxford Leader

    ... and construction dates." The M-24 project is slated to extend from Goldengate St. in Orion Township to Harriet St. in Oxford Township and encompass the villages of Lake Orion and Oxford in between. Then, in February of this year, MDOT announced it ...

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  4. Mariska Hargitay examines subject of untested rape kits in new documentaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 7 | Los Angeles Times

    ... topic in the #MeToo era and what it was like working with Hargitay on the project. Trish Adlesic: I was recently in Oxford, Mich., at the festival there and the state legislator publicly committed to putting policies in place and put bills forward ...

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  5. Fiora Mary BuccellatoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 5 | Lake Orion Review

    Buccellato, Fiora Mary; 102, of Oxford Fiora Mary Buccellato, affectionately known as "Brucie", age 102 of Oxford, was born February 16, 1916 in Milford and passed away in Holly on Thursday, March 29, 2018. She was preceded in death by her beloved parents, Joseph and Maria Buccellato.

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  6. Vintage vehicles, biz files burn in barn fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 5 | Oxford Leader

    Oxford firefighter Randy Darnell hoses down the charred, smoldering remains of the Wilson barn at 1965 W. Davison Lake Rd. In the background is a 1967 Dodge Coronet convertible. Photo by C.J. Carnacchio.

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  7. Gun show April 7Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 5 | Oxford Leader

    American Legion Post 108, located at 130 E. Drahner Rd. in Oxford, will host a gun show on Saturday, April 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $5 per person. Kids under the age of 12 are free.

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  8. Cops seek tips about stolen golf course signsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 5 | Oxford Leader

    Twenty-two signs marking pathways and holes were stolen from the Boulder Pointe Golf Club in Oxford sometime between 7:30 p.m. March 27 and 7:30 a.m. March 28. The signs, which were made of bronze and painted green,were removed from the front of various boulders found throughout the golf course, according to the Oakland County Sheriff's report. It was noted in the report that several of the boulders, which the signs had been affixed to, appeared to have been chipped.

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  9. Vietnam vets share storiesRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 5 | Oxford Leader

    Greg Jones , an Air Force veteran and Jim Munoz, a Navy veteran, speak to Oxford High students. Listening is Syrena Coker.

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  10. Ella June Walton ClarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Oxford Leader

    Ella June Walton Clark, formerly of Oxford and Metamora, passed away April 1, 2018 at Villages of Lapeer Nursing Home . Ella June was born June 10, 1921 to Sylvia and William Laidlaw.

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  11. Wildcat runners conquer Rochester AdamsRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Oxford Leader

    Wildcat athletes in the field events dominated at Oxford HS on Wednesday, March 28 in the first dual meet of the season. Sophomore Trey Townsend had an outstanding day setting new PR's by jumping 6'2" at the high jump and 19'5' at the long jump, placing first in both events.

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  12. Residents want horse country protectedRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 29 | Oxford Leader

    Whether it's called horse country, hunt country or simply rural, the folks in the northeast quadrant of Oxford Township are adamant about preserving and protecting it from what they deem to be inappropriate land uses and development. "You want to keep this.

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  13. Officials provide input for master plan updateRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 29 | Oxford Leader

    The process of updating Oxford Township's master plan continued March 22 with a joint meeting between the board of trustees, planning commission and zoning board of appeals. Its purpose was to allow officials to go over the draft plan and provide the township planner, Matthew Lonnerstater, of the Ann Arbor-based Carlisle/Wortman Associates, with input, particularly any changes they'd like to see made.

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  14. Lovina LegacyRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 29 | Oxford Leader

    Oxford resident Bobby Roop enjoys playing a super-sized version of the classic video game Space Invaders with his son Emery, 4. That is quite the intense look on little Emery's face. Legacy 925 was the place to be in Oxford Saturday as the 208,000-square-foot recreation/sports/entertainment facility held a day-long grand opening event.

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  15. NFL player helps Oxford kids tackle readingRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 29 | Oxford Leader

    That was the message that National Football League player Zach Line, who's with the New Orleans Saints, tried to convey to students as he visited Oxford Community Schools March 19 for March is Reading Month. Line, a 2008 Oxford graduate, visited five schools in the district throughout the day and spoke to elementary and middle school students about the importance of reading, doing well in school and being a good person.

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  16. Strong start for LAX teamRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 28 | Oxford Leader

    The Wildcats ran past visiting Anchor Bay with a 16-1 score March 24 at Wildcat Stadium, upping the team's season record to 2-0. "Hopefully, we'll continue growing and playing the Oxford way," said Head Coach Greg Normand.

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  17. OMS wrestlers win back-to-back county championshipsRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 28 | Oxford Leader

    Oxford Middle School's wrestling team recently took first place at the Oakland County tournament, giving them back-to-back county championships. "The boys really came and brought their 'A' game," said Coach Jack Beall.

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  18. OHS freshman skates her way to championship with Troy teamRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 28 | Oxford Leader

    The champion 16U Troy Lady Sting include Lauren Reiss (from left), Alyssa Exline, Kylie Rancilio (a freshman at Oxford High School) and Lindsay Reiss. Photo provided. Playing for the 16U Troy Lady Sting in the 16U/19U Tier 2 Howe Division of the ...

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  19. Dragons defeat Paws in Special Olympics b-ball face-offRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 22 | Oxford Leader

    It's a playoff type atmosphere when the Lake Orion and Oxford Special Olympics basketball teams meet and Friday's matchup at the Lake Orion High School Fieldhouse was no exception. The cheers from students, faculty, parents and supporters rocked the fieldhouse to the rafters in a shoot-out between the Dragons and the Paws team from Oxford, with Lake Orion pulling out a late-game comeback to earn the 21-18 win.

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  20. Perceived lack of code enforcement frustrates village officialsRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 22 | Oxford Leader

    Frustration over what's perceived as a lack of code enforcement in Oxford Village gave rise to a lengthy discussion of the issue at last week's council meeting. Councilman Erik Dolan noted the code enforcement activity report for February was five pages long and "that's outstanding," but "we have no enforcement and we have no compliance."

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