Sep. 19, 2016
Available at Oxford's Fall Festival, Sept. 24
By Rod Lee
The Oxford Business Association didn’t forget the town on its 300th anniversary. Now the merchants group, which is in its 50th year, is remembering men and women from the community who served in World War II.
Less than a dozen members of that illustrious honor roll are still alive. But, thanks to the OBA, the legacy of those living and dead continues on in a nearly 100-page 8 ½ x 11-inch booklet, “Our Greatest... Read More
Sep. 15, 2016
Saturday, October 8, from 9am-noon
The Uxbridge Lions Club continues serving the community through its efforts to help people securely dispose of documents and hard drives and recycle those materials, while raising funds to aid those in need The Shred It Event will be held on Saturday, October 8, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, at the VFW parking lot on Route 16 W in Uxbridge The service will be provided for $5.00 per copy paper sized box or per hard drive. The new goal is 15 tons... Read More
Sep. 15, 2016
What exactly is Magic Bus Hearing, and why did Douglas resident Joe Dumont decide to embark on this new business?
The Magic Bus is a mobile hearing lab which offers repair, adjustment and a selection of the finest hearing aids. What makes it unique, however, is that it comes to your home, eliminating the need to travel to an office building for hearing tests and hearing aid fixes.
Joe has been in the profession for almost a... Read More