People in Oxfordshire who live in areas prone to flooding are to be offered an affordable text messaging service to help them stay dry.
Oxfordshire's top performances in batting and bowling over the weekend of May 31 - June 2
Home Counties Premier League Division 1: BANBURY moved up to fourth place in the Division 1 table after seeing off champions High Wycombe in a game that produced over 600 runs on Saturday.
Results from May 31-June 1
The sound of African drums resounded around the walls of the ACE Centre in Chipping Norton.
The Waitrose store in Witney is helping set the wheels in motion for a charity's new minibus.
Eleven members of the same family were among 850 women showing their support for cancer research by running in June 1's Race for Life at Heythrop Park.
Thame United's plan for a new home look set to be given the red card by councillors.
Oxford & Horspath slipped to their first league defeat for exactly two years when they lost by five wickets in a low-scoring Home Counties Division 1 match at Beaconsfield on Saturday.
OCA League report: Chris Love returned excellent figures of 6-28 as Harwell pulled off the shock of the Airey Cup second round with a 92-run victory over previous winners Oxford Caribbean.
Parents have agreed to switch their playgroup from a community centre into a nearby school to create an early years unit.
Former Oxford Cheetahs Leigh Adams and Lukas Dryml starred in the Swedish Speedway Grand Prix in Avesta on Saturday.
A £45,000 play area created by volunteers was unveiled in Blewbury, near Didcot, on June 1.
Two brothers were injured when they were robbed by a gang in Oxford's South Park.
Archaeologists carrying out a dig at Oxford Castle are to be filmed for the BBC programme Meet the Ancestors.
Plans for a £1m building to replace a run-down Baptist church building in Oxford should be refused, according to city council officers.
The takeover of troubled support services company Amey, which has its headquarters in Sutton Courtenay, near Abingdon, has been approved by shareholders.
A church which faced losing its home of 15 years has bought the premises after raising its bid to £500,000.