Local News for Oxford, Connecticut

01/22/2020

Lynn Ann Ortoli

OXFORD – Lynn Ann Ortoli, 72, beloved wife of Fred Ortoli of Oxford, died peacefully Friday, January 17, 2020, at the Joel E. Smilow Heart Institute at Bridgeport Hospital with her family by her side. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
01/22/2020

Resident Complains About Appointments

OXFORD – Resident Stephen Brown told the members of the Board of Selectmen at their meeting on Wednesday, January 15, that they went against charter by appointing Scott Flaherty and Nicole Levine McGrath to the Board of Education. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
01/22/2020

Wing-Nite Planned

OXFORD – Christ Church Quaker Farms will host “Wing-Nite” from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, January 25. The all-you-can-eat event featuring live music by Lost Rebel will take place at the church, located on Route 188, 470 Quaker Farms Rd. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
01/20/2020

QUAKER FARMS EVENT

Students and staff at Quaker Farms School in Oxford recently raised $830 to benefit the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and honor children fighting cancer. The first fundraiser was a pajama day that took place on Friday, December 13. Participants donated… Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
01/20/2020

Lynn Ann Ortoli

OXFORD – Lynn Ann Ortoli, 72, beloved wife of Fred Ortoli of Oxford, died peacefully Friday, January 17, 2020 at the Joel E. Smilow Heart Institute at Bridgeport Hospital with her family by her side. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
01/20/2020

Friendly reminder regarding Kirk’s pond and skating: Skating is allowed only when the ice measures at least 4-6 inches thick in all

Friendly reminder regarding Kirk’s pond and skating: Skating is allowed only when the ice measures at least 4-6 inches thick in all spots. If the sign says “No Skating”, police will be checking the area and will remove anyone attempting to skate on the unsafe surface. After a snowfall, please do not shovel the ice READ MORE.