Christmas is coming to Ingersoll this week.
John Tapley, Ingersoll Times
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.
After receiving a request from the Friends of the Oxford County Museum School, the Town of Ingersoll is entering into discussions to take over the Museum School's collection.
As the impact of a strike at CAMI Automotive continues to be felt, Ingersoll Mayor Ted Comiskey said he is concerned for “the many good men and women who work there,” and the community as a whole.
Walker Environmental Group's Southwest Landfill proposal has entered the study phase of the environmental assessment process.
“Our simple goal is we want to help this community stop this dump,” said Ted Griffith in explaining Campbell Strategies' plan to oppose Walker Environmental Group's Southwest Landfill proposal.
Tires, appliances, scrap metal, electronics, batteries, paint, cleaners and solvents and other materials that can't be put at the curb were unloaded from a steady steam of vehicles at a special waste collection event in Ingersoll on Saturday, Sept. 9.
Learning to juggle is more than trying to keep multiple objects constantly moving from one hand to the other through the air, Doug Hunt said.
Four individuals and one fastball team will be inducted into the Ingersoll Sports Hall of Fame later this month.
From ray guns and Victorian-style dress to high tea and even a time machine, steam punk took over the Norwich and District Museum on Saturday.
For people who require a criminal record check, the Oxford County OPP is running two blitzes in September where checks will be completed while applicants wait.
The largest charity vehicle show in Oxford County, the 14th annual Community Cruise N Show is rolling into the Home Hardware Building Centre on Samnah Crescent in Ingersoll on Sunday, Sept 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.