A Florida prison where a Tillsonburg senior was found slain in his cell is standing by his incarceration with a man already accused of murdering another cellmate, but the prison chief says the case will be reviewed.
Heather Rivers, Woodstock Sentinel-Review
A Woodstock mother of three is inviting everyone to join her on a Women’s March, one of several province-wide, she organized in Woodstock Saturday morning.
It’s more than just a fundraiser for an Ingersoll woman whose husband was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease eight years ago.
Even though as a landlord he is surrounded by contractors, at times finding one to tackle a job has become increasing frustrating.
Recent changes to postal rates for boxes being delivered to remote northern communities are crushing charities trying to help residents who are sometimes unable to attain basic necessities such as food and clothing.
Every year about $31 billion in food is wasted in Canada or $868 worth of food per person.
With both of their babies due on January 5, Rianne Klyn and her sister-in-law used to joke around that they’d see each other in hospital on New Year’s Day.
County councillors will be asked Wednesday to give their seal of approval on a motion that would establish a sub-committee and lead to an Oxford entry in the Smart Cities Challenge.
Oxford County public health is expected to merge with Elgin County public health as early as May 1, if given the green light by county council this week.
The number of lab-confirmed cases of influenza in the county has risen to 10 cases, many of them classified as Influenza B.
There were a few unexpected avian developments during the 84th annual Woodstock Christmas Bird Count held on Dec. 16 last year.
Dancing Oxford paramedic Christmas elves have saved the day by winning a costly piece of lifesaving equipment.
Dramatic growth, capital projects and looming elections are on the minds of local politicians as they say goodbye to the old year and usher in the new.
There is growing support for a provincial law that would require municipalities to approve large-scale landfill projects before they can be established in their community.
While residential home sales dipped in November, 2017 will likely be one for record books when it comes to year-long local home sales.
List of top five local news stories for 2017 as chosen by Sentinel-Review newsroom.
It’s a win-win situation for both volunteers and those being assisted through the Extended Family Project.
It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be the most wasteful.
County councillors are expected Wednesday to approve the second phase of a millpond project designed to clean up Cedar Creek and ultimately the Thames River into which it flows.
In the past preserving agricultural land, while at the same encouraging local business, has been a bit of balancing act for local municipalities.