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“An Oxford Cavalcade” premieres this Weekend

OXFORD – Over There, Over There, Send the word for …“An Oxford Cavalcade” is coming and you’ll want to get a chair! “An Oxford Cavalcade” is a local tale of patriotism and cha... read more...


Oxford Community Band continues concert series

OXFORD – The Oxford Community Band’s first Summer Concert got a wet start in LaFayette Park on Thursday, July 2. Had it been raining before the concert’s start, the band would... read more...


Oxford Garden Club celebrates 50th Anniversary

OXFORD – The Oxford Garden Club (OGC) celebrated its 50th anniversary on Friday, June 19, at the home of member Anne Jackson. Women from the Oxford Club as well as past presid... read more...


Oxford Rotary plans July Fourth raffle

OXFORD – You may have seen June Phillips and Sandy Phetteplace, Oxford Rotary Club president, greeting people outside of the Clachan Coffee House recently, with information ab... read more...


Oxford nature hike with Don Windsor

OXFORD – This Sunday, June 14, get out and hike in Oxford with Donald A. Windsor, Historian and Hike Leader. 2 or 5 miles complete to Walkers Corners (Rt. 27 and Brooksbank Ro... read more...


Oxford Garden Club celebrates 50 years

OXFORD – The Oxford Garden Club (OGC), celebrating its 50th anniversary, has been very busy preparing for their great, annual fund raising Plant Sale. Members of the OGC have... read more...


Oxford holds ‘Heart of Girl Scouting’ award ceremony

OXFORD – The First Heart of Girl Scouting, a special Girl Scout award ceremony, was held on May 31 in the Oxford Academy High School auditorium. It was a multi-unit event to h... read more...


Pumpkin Shell Nursery School digs plantings

OXFORD – Good projects and plans are growing at the Pumpkin Shell Cooperative Nursery School located in the United Church of Oxford. Their students learned a little about gard... read more...


“Girls On The Run:” A winning course in Oxford

OXFORD – What would you say to a program that would help preteen girls to see through sexist advertising, make them feel good about themselves and be more health conscious, bo... read more...


Oxford makes plans for Memorial Day

OXFORD – Memorial Day has become the most important day of recognition of our armed forces. On this Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, many homes and businesses along the parade ro... read more...


Blue artist performs at 6 on the Square

OXFORD – 6 On The Square (6OTS) proudly welcomes back Delta Blues artist, Garry Cogdell on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Garry Cogdell is Blues, and he’ll be heating up this Oxford ve... read more...


Chenango Community Players stage “Dearly Beloved” this weekend

NORWICH – The Chenango Community Players (CCP) are currently in production for the new comedy, “Dearly Beloved.” Authored by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten, thi... read more...


New York canal enthusiasts tour historic Oxford

OXFORD – A tour bus filled with 75 members of the Society of New York State (CSNYS) visited historic Oxford village April 25. Canal enthusiasts from across the state received ... read more...


Oxford marks Arbor Day

OXFORD – “The best friend on earth of man is the tree. When we use the tree respectfully and economically, we have one of the greatest resources on earth.” This sage quote, or... read more...


Oxford’s maple trees & syrup program enlightened many

OXFORD – The Oxford Historical Society presented “Historic Maple Trees of Oxford,” for their April 21 spring meeting at the Depot-Museum. Guest speaker Greg Owens, the DEC Sen... read more...



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