Capsized kayakers refuse treatment after rescue from woods

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Call for help late Tuesday near French River Bridge OXFORD — A pair of kayakers are uninjured after a New Year’s Day excursion on the French River turned into a call for help. At 4:43 p.m. on Tuesday, local first responders were dispatched to the French River Bridge in the […]

Liam Neeson, Kate Walsh Movie Films in Oxford

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📷 A sign outside of Route 12 Convenience in Oxford welcomes Liam Neeson to town. By Sarah Champagne, Managing Editor OXFORD – Local residents were surprised to learn last week that a star or two might be in their midst. News circulated quickly that Hollywood had come to Oxford and a […]

Oxford: Baker-Polito Administration Announces $2.5 Million Massworks Award

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📷 Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito visited Oxford Today to award $2.5 Million in a grant award for road improvements on Route 12. Award redesigns Route 12, enables IPG Photonics expansion  Courtesy Massachusetts Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development OXFORD — Today, Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito joined Oxford Town Manager Jennifer Callahan, […]

Grace D. (Snay) Largesse, 82

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AUBURN — Grace D. (Snay) Largesse, 82 of Auburn, died peacefully on Tuesday, October 9. She was predeceased by her husband of 40 years, George A. Largesse who died in 1995. Born, and raised in Oxford, the daughter of the late Noe and Grace (Brown) Snay. She was a graduate from […]

Lucille M. (Fournier) Stelmach, 93

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DUDLEY/OXFORD — Lucille M. (Fournier) Stelmach, 93, passed away peacefully on Monday, October 1, at Webster Manor with her family at her side. Her husband, Chester P. Stelmach died in 1995. She leaves a daughter, Christine J. Toye and her husband Bill of North Carolina, and a son, Jan P. Stelmach […]