Oxford

Dec 7, 8 & 9 – Oakland County Mental Health Counseling & Resource Events

December 6th 2021

The Oakland Cares Mental Health Counseling & Resource Events will be in various locations to make it accessible to residents throughout the county.

Older Driver Safety Awareness Week Tips and Resources

December 6th 2021

SEMCOG’s Regional Forecast projects that the number of people age 65 and older will grow substantially, by 67% from 2015 to 2045.

Practical Ways to Help in Oxford: How to Get the Latest List

December 4th 2021

All efforts are being coordinated through a Google List with a core group of volunteers organizing and verifying information. 

Events: Oxford Vigil, Holly Dickens Festival, Festive Ferndale and More

December 3rd 2021

Those attending the Oxford Vigil please look for map and use shuttle busses.

Dec. 3 – Downtown Oxford Vigil –Busing & Parking Info

December 2nd 2021

Oxford School buses will be running from three locations. Lake Orion buses will run from one location.

Dec. 6 – State Rep. Reilly Hosting Listening Meeting in Oxford

December 2nd 2021

State Rep. John Reilly today invited the Oxford community to join him at a listening meeting on Dec. 6.

Several Oakland County School Districts Closed Thursday Due to Threats

December 1st 2021

Several Metro Detroit area school districts have opted to close school on Thursday, with some closing Friday as well.

Oxford: Ways to Help and How to Connect with Community Efforts

December 1st 2021

At Wednesday’s mid-day meeting about 50 people came and brainstormed ways people can help, and ways to get the word out.  People shared what efforts they already knew of and listed ideas to be researched further.

OCHN Shares Resources for Dealing with Crisis

November 30th 2021

Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) is releasing tips for families and individuals to manage stress or trauma associated with a local crisis, such as the recent shooting in Oxford, Michigan.

Multiple Shot at Oxford High School, Suspect in Custody UPDATED

November 30th 2021

UPDATE:  The victims who have lost their lives have been identified as Tate Myre, a 16-year-old student, Hana St. Juliana, a 14-year-old student, and Madisyn Baldwin, a 17-year-old student.