Computers are the way of the future.
A high school student killed in a crash south of Clinton is being remembered as a bright, bubbly teenager who lived to make others smile.
The flu has arrived in Oxford.
On behalf of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ingersoll, Tillsonburg and Area, thank you to our sponsors, donors and the amazing people who participated in
Canadians are unique beasts. Beasts with majestic moose antlers, flat beaver tails, maple syrup in their veins… something out of a monster movie, basically. But more polite.
John Paton remembers hearing that he only had a five to ten per cent chance of walking again.
A drug prescribed as a painkiller for patients suffering terminal illnesses such as cancer and considered 100 times more potent than morphine is endin
Today there is nothing to mark a once thriving business in Ingersoll; only a vacant lot marks the former location of a one-time going concern which ad
Goalies are all too often the unsung heroes of a hockey team. They can become a shining star when the team is on a winning streak, or a scapegoat when
The Unifor bantam LL#2 team got back to basics Dec. 5 against Port Dover Pirates at the Ingersoll arena, coming out on top with a 3-2 win over the vis
Stay calm and put the music on.
The Beachville and District Museum has honoured the memory of two of its staunch supporters.