In the shadow of a provincial election, high-speed rail is being marketed as a dream come true to commuters who dread spending a large chunk of their day navigating Ontario’s highways.
Heather Rivers, Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Their mission is to restore, replant and preserve what they call “pollinative pathways” across the province to ensure the survival of bee, insect and bird population.
After zigzagging across two counties, the last block likely felt like it was the longest and the hardest.
There’s a new festival in town.
The skies dried up Tuesday morning just in time for students to learn more about the importance of water and its role in their lives.
In a community where mental health concerns have been on the forefront, one local agency is urging residents to speak out.
Diamond Beau has a home.
It was not supposed to have happened that way.
It was a great way to discover Oxford County’s art scene while exploring the highways and byways of its countryside Saturday and Sunday.
Seventy-five per cent of the incarcerated population has a drug or alcohol addiction.
It was heartbreaking to hear of the deaths of so many fine animals at one time.
Real estate appears to be on the rebound in Oxford with a marked improvement in sales in March, according the Woodstock-Ingersoll and District Real Estate Board.
It will be the biggest celebration of Pride ever in Oxford Country.
Local citizens and politicians concerned about a proposed landfill took their protest to Queen’s Park Tuesday.
Even to a seasoned social worker the numbers are shocking.
A man accused of fraudulent activities and theft by taking too much salary was found not guilty Friday morning.
It’s called the Southbridge Ingersoll Move-A-Home 2018 and spectators are welcome to watch the spectacle unfold beginning on May 16 at 8 a.m.
Inn Out of the Cold may need a new name if it is expanded to provide accommodation during all four seasons.
Freezing rain didn’t stop them, nor did sleet and snow.
A last-minute request for a one-day postponement of an OMB hearing, now called the local planning appeal tribunal, challenging Oxford’s official plan was granted Wednesday.