The goal is to put an end to violence against women and girls.
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Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell visited Woodstock Friday evening.
If there was any doubt where Oxford County stood on the proposed landfill, there was none by the end of their Sunday afternoon rally.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will be making a stop in the Friendly City later this month.
When the Provincial Junior Hockey League was created for the 2016-17 season, a goal of promoting players to higher leagues and organizing the eight Junior C leagues under one umbrella was paramount.
The Norwich Merchants lost their lone game last weekend with a 6-4 loss to the Paris Mounties Friday after Paris scored five times on the power play.
The College Avenue Knights entered the TVRA varsity football season with a chance to repeat as champions.
The Woodstock Navy Vets had a bit of everything their first weekend of the season.
The Norwich Merchants have been among the most consistent teams in the Junior C loop in the past two decades.
The annual International Softball Congress tournaments took place last week in Rockford, Michigan.
The Thames Valley District School Board held their 18th annual elementary track and field meet June 6 at TD Stadium at Western University.
The TVRA Central track and field meet was held May 11 and 12 at Western University’s TD Waterhouse Stadium in London.
When trying to create a team at the high school level, putting the foundation in place can often be the toughest aspect.
The annual Captains/Veterans junior and senior boys’ basketball game impressed once again.
Woodstock will have four wrestlers compete at OFSAA Wrestling after they qualified from WOSSAA finals Feb. 17 at Beal Secondary School in London.
If a team wants to make a deep playoff run, it will eventually be challenged by the best competition.
As high school regional finals approach, Oxford County has 14 teams remaining as they head into the TVRA Southeast Division finals for their respective sports.
The Norwich Merchants broke out to a 2-0 series lead against the New Hamburg Firebirds in their quarterfinal Provincial Junior Hockey League series. Norwich took Game 1 in overtime 6-5 and followed it with a 4-3 win in Game 2 on home ice.
When junior hockey playoffs begin there’s the usual occurrences people can expect.
The Provincial Junior Hockey League’s Doherty Division named their year-end award selections for the 2016-17 regular season Monday night.