Freezing rain didn’t stop them, nor did sleet and snow.
Heather Rivers, Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Whether you are a do-it-yourselfer or looking to hire someone, the Tillsonburg Home and Garden Springfest is the place to be.
They won’t be the place that fun forgot on the nation’s biggest day of the year.
It’s a day devoted to cheese lovers everywhere.
Adorned with the graphic of the city of Woodstock, it’s an anonymous website where men secretly leer, banter, trade and shop for intimate photos of women.
A shocking number of people who receive intimate images on their phone or other devices share them with other people, an expert in the online behavior of youth says.
Woodstock police are investigating the posting of photos of dozens of naked Woodstock women on a gaming app by men to share with other men.
Dispelling the mystery surrounding electric vehicles is the focus of an upcoming workshop in Thamesford.
Oxford County is looking for parents of LGBTQ kids who may want to participate in or help in facilitating a support group for other parents.
First it was colon, then prostate and bladder cancer.
He is a gentle-eyed horse that adores children and loves to soak up human attention.
A Norwich Township man, in what’s believed to be one of the first Ontario cases of its kind, will be sentenced next month for criminal negligence causing death in a woman’s fatal fentanyl overdose.
Oxford has done it again.
They is an overwhelming demand for access to mental health walk-in counselling services for youth and children says a local agency who is declaring it “a crisis situation.”
A cutting-edge passive-housing complex is set to be built and operated by Indwell Community Homes on the site of the former group home-type housing units located on Blossom Park Road.
A six-week public engagement campaign designed to get feedback on a waste removal technology proposed by the County of Oxford to extend the life of Salford landfill site is set to begin.
The fight against Ontario’s skyrocketing rate of opioid overdoses is getting more frontline ammunition, but at least one activist wonders if that will effectively arm the right people.
There is a special kind of ambience in a room filled with 500 women.
The new Canada Food Guide will likely have a focus on eating more plant-based protein such as bean, lentils and nuts, and that may not make everyone happy.
Everyone is invited to a free local event celebrating the immense value of women and their contributions to the world.