A combined total of $165,447 was paid to Ingersoll councillors in 2014.
The title for worst cheese poem is up for grabs.
The Chamber of Commerce is hosting a community business expo April 16.
Will the Rolling Stones ever stop? It doesn't appear so.
Habitat for Humanity is launching a new project in Ingersoll.
Sparks are beginning to fly as the Carmeuse Lime and Stone workers enter their 11th week on strike.
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.
Chris McLaren loves being a dairy farmer.
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).