March 14 the Ingersoll Ice Fairbanks Autobody bantam girls hockey team continued its Western Ontario league playoff round, hosting the Chatham Outlaws
Bill C-51 is still a vast and nasty piece of business. It is clearly unnecessary when Canadian police in several provinces have used current laws to a
The Tremblett’s Your Independent Grocer atom AE Express travelled to Lincoln for a season-ending tournament.
Games over 200 at the March 11 Wednesday Afternoon Ladies League were bowled by Barb Freemantle 231, Veronica Jackson 231, Bernie Van Ryswyk 214, Norm
The Ponting Financial Group Ingersoll Express peewee rep team wound up its season last weekend, closing out both the OMHA Finals and the Southern Coun
I was disheartened to read the letter written by Suzanne Stoop in the March 25 edition of the Ingersoll Times (Canon Griffin concerns addressed).
The community did some spring cleaning at Lawson Park on Sunday.
A new barrier-free kitchen and cafe is up and running at Fusion.
Council has upped its per diem payment to $150.
Ontario’s annual list of top-paid public sector workers released Friday has disclosed a $1.56-million take home package for OPG CEO Tom Mitchell.
Take a look at our favourite Sun Media reader travel photos as submitted to our #SUNtravelpics weekly feature for the past month.
Microsoft recently announced that Internet Explorer, its long-running web browser is officially coming to an end as a product.
A Newfoundland woman says she was disqualified from claiming a $100 Tim Hortons' gift card she had won on her Roll-Up-the-Rim-to-Win tab because of a