JAMES Roberts scored as a youthful Oxford United side drew 1-1 with Bath in a pre-season friendly.
VISITORS to the ruins of an abbey near Wolvercote, can finally learn about its colourful history thanks to a new information board.
HARD work building "exceptional" homes has earned an Abingdon builder a national award.
A PUB in Kidlington has applied to extend its opening times into the early hours and residents can have their say.
THE North Bicester surgery will close to thousands of patients in November it has been confirmed.
RESIDENTS who "lost their sunset" to a supermarket, are now fighting to defend a former orchard from being crushed by flats.
A BEARDY biker has taken the plunge in memory of seven-year-old Izzy Sewell and shaved off his impressive whiskers.
A 26-year-old woman has been charged with GBH after a man was stabbed at his home in Barton.
A CAR veered off the M40 and into a verge near Bicester.
Some maternity services could be suspended at the Horton hospital due to a staff recruitment crisis.
A CIGARETTE started a house fire in Didcot yesterday.
THE next generation of Kenneth Branaghs and Helen Mirrens will have the chance to star and direct their own plays with Creation Theatre.
Youngsters can now sign up for the Little Diggers Braziliant Adventures being staged at Bicester Avenue garden centre in August.
A CHARITY auction being held in aid of Help for Heroes is being hosted at The Ex-Serviceman's Club in Bicester.
VICTIMS of street harassment will now be able to record attacks through an online photoblog being launched in the city.
GYM lovers in Wantage will soon be able to have their DNA examined to find out their fitness level.
A RETIRING vicar had a unexpected late career change when a book about his time with the church became a hit.
PEOPLE are being asked for their views on whether smoking should be banned in children's play areas in Oxford.
A BURBERRY wallet, digital camera and gloves were among a haul of items stolen after nine cars were broken into in Bicester over the past week.
A book of condolences has been opened for Oxford City managing director Colin Taylor.
A TEAM of colleagues armed themselves with litter pickers and cleaning gear to brush up after Bicester's Big Lunch.
FUN with dough was just what Zoe and Sophie Clayton Patrocino kneaded as they started their school holidays making the most of the baking weather.
A NEW branch of music, film and book store Fopp will open in the centre of Oxford next week eight years after leaving the city.
Oxfordshire is set for a warm and sunny Saturday with temperatures predicted to reach as high as 25C.
HOSPITALS are hailing a "turning point" in the battle against bed blocking after the number of delayed patients dropped to its lowest level in at least six years.
There are delays on the A34 after a caravan overturned.
HIGH street retailers, flood-lit sports pitches and parking were key points raised by about 160 residents at consultations on the new retail project proposed for Oxford Road sports ground.
OXFORD University has appointed Professor Sarah Whatmore as Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education).
CONSTANTINE Louloudis is ready to step up to the big occasion and continue Great Britain’s dominance of the men’s four at next month’s Olympic Games.
A NEWLY revamped Sobell House charity shop will reopen on Tuesday in Bicester to support people with terminal illnesses.
ORPHANED children in Kenya are set to benefit from £24,000 raised at a food charity ball partly sponsored by Palletways Oxford.
The NHS in Oxfordshire is calling on patients, parents, carers and employees in Oxfordshire to have their say on how health care is delivered.
MICHAEL Appleton is confident Oxford United’s firepower will be bolstered over the next few days.
OXFORD United Women’s manager Les Taylor is confident his side will put recent disappointing defeats behind them when they host Everton tomorrow.
BICESTER Boxing Club’s Adi Burden excelled on his professional debut to knockout Tamas Danko in three rounds.
A SPARKLING century from Ian Caunce set up a convincing 102-run victory for Oxfordshire Over 60s against Bucks at Tiddington in the West Midlands Group.
VALTTERI Bottas will almost feel at home during tomorrow’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
OXFORDSHIRE boys under 14s lost to hosts Hampshire by seven runs in a thrilling ECB County Cup Group 3 encounter.
Oxford’s swimmers all smiles after three-day gala
OXFORD’S skaters enjoyed a stunning British Solo Ice Dance Championships, picking up four medals.
DAVE Messenger continued his strong season with two podium finishes at Castle Combe in Wiltshire.
STEVE Townsend not only took the individual honours, but also led Drennan Yellow to the team prize in the second round of the Oxford Summer League on the Medley and Folly sections of the Thames.
THERE were mixed fortunes for Oxfordshire’s women when they hosted a T20 Division 3 fixture at Bicester and North Oxford CC.
THE heart of Barton could be transformed by 2020 as part of plans to invest up to £8m to regenerate the estate, the Oxford Mail can reveal.
ARTISTIC criticism from a tramp might put some people off drawing for life.
OSMAN Kenneth Albert Passed away peacefully aged 85 years. He will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. Funeral Service at South Oxfordshire Crematorium on Thursday 28th July at 1.00pm. Family flowers only but donations if desired to…
SHORTT Elsie May Sadly passed away at the John Radcliffe Hospital on Sunday 17th July 2016, aged 87 years. Much loved Mother and Grandma who will be very sadly missed. Funeral Service to take place on Thursday 28th July 2016, 10am in The Memorial…