If you’re worried that Luke Skywalker will bite the dust in next year’s Star Wars: Episode VIII, take a deep breath and relax.
Canada's highways are lined with some incredibly large, incredibly odd attractions.
Ontario announced it is fast-tracking a new program that will provide more flexible support to children with autism on Tuesday.
A local agency that takes the lead on supporting children and teens with mental health challenges received an injection of cash from Toyota.
Getting beer may become easier than hops, a skip and a jump.
AIDS activist and former Ingersoll and Woodstock resident Dr. Anne-Marie Zajdlik was the recipient of the Meritorious Service Medal.
Over 170 cyclists came out to the Ride Don’t Hide event in Woodstock Sunday, June 26, which raised over $30,000.
Ingersoll held its annual Relay for Life event at IDCI Friday and over 20 survivors of cancer came out to participate in the long-running fundraiser.
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Ontario Works recipients will be able to pick up their cheques in person this month.
On behalf of Canadian Blood Services and our territory manager, Marisa Gatfield, I would like to thank Ingersoll residents who give blood. Many may al
Dear Prime Minister David Cameron, Jeremy Corbyn, Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and the rest: Thank you, so very much.