Oxford United could recapture some of their 'lost' floating fans following Reading's relegation from the Barclays Premier League.
A driving instructor enticed young girls into secluded woodland and made them kick him in the groin for sexual gratification, a jury heard today.
A Romanian man who admitted being part of a gang who fitted a so-called skimming device to an Oxford cash machine was jailed for more than three years today.
MYSTERY still surrounds the discovery of an injured naked man near the River Thames.
A bingo hall cashier who stole more than £16,000 from her employers wept as she was jailed for eight months today.
A "green-fingered" man with a background in electrical engineering avoided jail today after admitting growing 40 cannabis plants in his Oxford home.
Elderly residents fear a new tennis centre could make a real racket near their homes in North Oxford.
Prince Andrew has expressed his admiration for the design of the New Building of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies.
Police have appealed for information after two teenagers were sexually assaulted in Thame on Saturday.
Nine talented young dancers from Oxford are set to take on hoofers from around the globe at a world hip hop dance championships.
A sex attacker threw a kettle of boiling water over a fellow inmate in prison, a court heard today.
A motorcyclist suffered injuries in a hit and run in Abingdon.
Oxford Under 17s reached the plate final at the French Festival of Rugby in Arras, despite having only 13 fit players.
Cotswold Line passengers' support for plans to reinstate double track on much of the Oxford-Worcester route has made a big impression on a key railway official.
As the warm-up person at Chipping Norton's annual Race for Life, Sharon Canning helps 2,000 women gear up for a challenge - but she has faced tough challenges of her own.
A rowing club aiming to get talented youngsters to the 2016 Olympics has been saved from closure after being thrown a cash lifeline.
Departing overseas players Dave Payne and Paddy Soper were among the winners at the Oxford Rugby Partnership's awards dinner.
Oxfordshire coach John Brodley felt his side had not succeeded in their game plan at Chinnor.
Two pensioners will be leaping from an aeroplane at the weekend when they do sponsored tandem skydives to raise money for charity.
Oxfordshire face an uphill battle to avoid relegation after a below-par display in their 18-14 defeat at Chinnor in the south group of the County Championship Shield on Saturday.
An all-singing, all-dancing theatre extravaganza brought in more than £3,000 for a theatre refurbishment programme.
Mark Baker scooped three awards at Hellenic Premier League Kidlington's presentation evening.
Pond-dipping at a field studies centre has been given a hi-tech boost by a batch of handheld computers.
Joe Palmer captured the Jim Allen Memorial Trophy, beating Nick Cobb 3-2 in a high-quality final.
I wrote to you about the withdrawal of the No 10 bus service from Littlehay Road and Rymers Lane at Cowley, Oxford, leaving Florence Park estate virtually without a bus service and taking away a lifeline from many elderly residents (Oxford Mail, April…
OXFORDSHIRE won their preliminary round group in the Women's County Championships at Cokethorpe School, Witney, at the weekend - thanks to a dramatic finish.
In reply to Dorothy Holloway's reaction to my previous letter (Oxford Mail, April 30), may I point out a few facts?
One and a half million viewers watched Oxfordshire athlete Lucy Boggis' debut in the new series of Gladiators on Sunday.
Villagaers in Radley fear drainage problems along a country road could cause a serious accident.
I refer to Emmett Schlueter's letter, Come clean on market plans (Oxford Mail, April 30).
I must reply to the appalling letters from Helen Gaen, Edith Parsons and others, criticising teachers for going on strike.
AS I write this (grudgingly sitting inside at the computer while it's so sunny outside), it's another boiling hot day. I'm hoping by the time you read this, you're not staring out at rain lashing on the window, but I can't predict the future - sorry!
About 4,000 Christians gathered in Oxford to praise God and enjoy the sunshine.
Two drivers injured when their cars collided on the A40 on Saturday are still receiving treatment in hospital.
Relatives of 14 men killed when a spy plane crashed in Afghanistan may have been shown a replacement aircraft after the one they were meant to see developed a fuel leak, an Oxford coroner said today.
Emma-Kate Lidbury produced a career-best performance to win gold at the European Triathlon Championships in Portugal on Sunday.
Saturday morning saw the first open water swim session at Cassington gravel pit. It's organised by Oxford Tri Club and it was great to see some familiar faces splashing about.
Police are asking students in the East Oxford area to make sure they secure their homes when they go for a night out - and also when they get back.
Jason Richmond, pirate, took part in the run round University Parks. arghhh.
Team of runners from Pathway Workshop, Blackbird Leys, have picture taken.
Superheros, Lisa Kyle (left) and Sophie Forster.
A runner finds some open road as he makes his way around the course.
Crown Jewels team in action.
Feel Good Fitness team in action.
Sam Page, Anton Zeelie and his wife Gina Zeelie, of the Crazy Action Boats International aka The Fungis.
The Crazy Action Boats International aka The Fungis, racing in mushroom hats.
Another Friday night gig for teenagers, organised by the town council, turned out to be a flop.
Kidlington drew a blank at Wokingham on Saturday as they collapsed to a 28-run defeat against the leg-spin of Australian Daniel Doran in Diviison 2 of the Home Counties Premier League on Saturday.
Stories of the heroic work of our firefighters regularly come out but you have to give them even more thanks for the dramatic yet efficient rescue of a young family yesterday.
British weather may not carry the greatest reputation around the world but it's a fair to assume that at this time of year the temperature is sure to be rising.