Unwilling communities should not have to put up with landfills being imposed on them, says Oxford MPP Ernie Hardeman.
Heather Rivers, Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Every Tuesday they meet with one mission on their minds.
Oxford County public health has added two Woodstock transit shelter ads to its campaign to raise awareness about the danger of fentanyl overdose.
Oxford County is losing its forests at a rate faster than they are being replanted and replaced.
The County of Oxford paid out a total of $363, 832 last year for salaries, expenses and honorariums for committee work of municipal politicians.
Oxford County Celebrates International Women’s Day is calling for nominations for their annual AppreSHEation Award that will be presented at their event on Thursday, March 8.
It’s the most glamorous night of the year.
Oxford County is getting two new level-two electric charging stations on Broadway and Bridge streets in downtown Tillsonburg and the Thamesford branch of the Oxford County Library.
Want to ban the winter blahs?
Oxford County is expressing concern over what they believe is a “fundamental deficiency” in a high-speed rail study provincial officials are about to launch.
She walks in memory of her father John Wright and in honour of her mother Rhoda Wright.
Army cadets from across the region gathered at Ingersoll District Collegiate Institute Saturday for an annual exercise known as Sportsfest 2018.
Hundreds of handbags were up for auction Friday night at an annual event that has become a favourite with local ladies.
For the first-time ever women in Woodstock walked through the downtown core demanding an end to violence, injustice and inequality.
He’s a happy, two-and-a-half-year-old boy who just wants to be a normal kid.
A Florida prison where a Tillsonburg senior was found slain in his cell is standing by his incarceration with a man already accused of murdering another cellmate, but the prison chief says the case will be reviewed.
A Woodstock mother of three is inviting everyone to join her on a Women’s March, one of several province-wide, she organized in Woodstock Saturday morning.
It’s more than just a fundraiser for an Ingersoll woman whose husband was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease eight years ago.
Even though as a landlord he is surrounded by contractors, at times finding one to tackle a job has become increasing frustrating.
Recent changes to postal rates for boxes being delivered to remote northern communities are crushing charities trying to help residents who are sometimes unable to attain basic necessities such as food and clothing.