The Ontario Fire Marshal's Office and city police are investigating after a fire early Saturday morning gutted a former biker clubhouse in Peterborough.
Dogged by questions about her political future, Premier Kathleen Wynne found herself on the defensive about her rock- bottom approval ratings Friday.
A teenager who was pulled over for not signalling a lane change and then punched twice in the face had his rights repeatedly violated.
Blanche Porchak of Holbrook has been awarded a lifetime honourary membership for the Norwich and District Historical Society.
A majority of Ontarians find their hydro bills “very unreasonable” and fear selling off Hydro One will only force electricity prices higher, poll shows.
A prominent GTA cardiologist won’t be reinstated at William Osler Health System after threatening and cyberstalking a nurse.
One month after a ban on winter electricity disconnections took effect, about half of the affected customers remain disconnected.
With the barrage of information facing today's food consumers, it can be difficult to make food shopping choices that families can feel confident are
Whether you are downsizing, scaling back, spring cleaning or even adopting a more minimalist attitude towards stuff — circle April 1 on your calendar.
The high school chamber choir of the Oxford Reformed Christian School in Mount Elgin will be taking on a huge performance next month in Woodstock.
The Burgessville Library has its events planned for April.
The Norwich District Curling Club has been a very busy place in recent weeks.