Twice in the last six years, doctors told Matilde Sulla Puma her brother was going to die.
There were no signs held up by protesters on day two of a pork industry trade show in Stratford.
The OCF recently received a gift of almost $25,000 to help oversee their endowment funds and make grants to organization and charities in Oxford County.
The goal of a new joint traffic initiative entitled Operation Zero is to reduce personal injuries and fatalities to virtually nothing, police say.
Michael Stoop remembered with memorial concert
Barb Yeoman is focused on teamwork and the best possible outcome for students as she seeks election as Thames Valley District School Board trustee.
Former Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Lloyd Moseby was emotional during his Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame induction speech Saturday.
Local residents are being asked to take part in an online survey to share their priorities for municipal services in 2019.
Young minds can have a strong voice.
Despite attempted intervention by the Town of Tillsonburg, an auto parts plant will soon be closing, leaving 71 people without work by end of the year.
A 31-year-old Ingersoll male has been charged after police recover a stolen motorcycle.
There is less than a month to go before Ingersoll’s Canterbury Folk Festival featuring over 30 performers returns to Memorial Park and downtown core.