Operation Snowman has rolled up some cold, hard cash for charity.
John Tapley, Ingersoll Times
At least one Ingersoll resident is urging the Ontario Energy Board to pull the plug on a request from Erie Thames Powerlines to increase its average residential bill for electricity distribution by $2.70 per month starting May 1, 2018.
Ingersoll is continuing to pursue options for the location of a new multi- use recreation centre (MURC).
Registrations aren’t finished yet, but the Ingersoll and District Inter-Church Committee is set to provide 450 Christmas hampers to people in need this holiday, and there is still time to help out.
Sitting with a 2.7% increase at the moment, Ingersoll is aiming for a 2.5% tax increase or less with its 2018 budget.
Commencing the technical studies for the environmental assessment of its South West Landfill proposal, Walker Environmental Group held an open house at its Ingersoll office to keep the public abreast of where things are at.
The building and property are for sale, but St. James Anglican Church in Ingersoll is only looking to down size.
Ingersoll is putting another $243,279 into fighting the South West Landfill proposal.
Ingersoll is reopening boundary adjustment negotiations with SWOX.
Ingersoll is moving ahead with assuming ownership of the Oxford County Museum School collection.
Christmas is coming to Ingersoll this week.
An Ingersoll physician is going before the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Discipline Committee over allegations he violated a voluntary undertaking that restricts him from prescribing certain medications.
Kathleen Wynne's Moving Company delivered its message in Woodstock on Tuesday.
Ingersoll council plans to hold a special meeting to discuss a new boundary adjustment proposal from the Township of South West Oxford and decided whether or not to reconvene its boundary adjustment committee.
Ingersoll's new skate park will be installed at Fusion this fall.
Ingersoll has inherited a cannon.
Making a regular effort to clean up trash in Ingersoll and the surrounding area, an Ingersoll family is hoping other people will follow its lead.
Four Erie Thames Powerlines employees spent a week in Florida helping restore electricity in the wake of Hurricane Irma, which caused extensive damage when it hit the state on September 10.
Mt. Elgin and Salford are set to celebrate Canada 150 later this month.
The Ingersoll District Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations for its 27th annual Ingersoll Awards of Excellence on October 19 at the Elm Hurst Inn and Spa.