It’s been a busy few months, but Trish Elcombe is settling in nicely to her role as the new principal at East Oxford Central Public School.
Jennifer Vandermeer, Norwich Gazette/IngersollTimes
Jennifer Vandermeer is the multimedia editor for the Ingersoll Times & Norwich Gazette.
Recognizing the need for somewhere to care for its elderly members, Netherlands Reformed Congregation has just about completed a years-long project to plan, fund and build the new Bethany Care Home on Main Street in Norwich.
With a little faith, trust and pixie dust, East Oxford public school staff and students have launched into this school year's production of Peter Pan Jr.
Five residents of Oxford County are among the recent recipients of the Emergency Medical Services Exemplary Service Medal for their work as paramedics.
Township of Norwich Fire Services hosted two open houses to mark Fire Prevention Week. The Norwich Station #2 open house was Oct. 5, and Otterville Station #1 hosted their Thursday, Oct. 12.
It's time to don your tiaras and tri- horn hats as the Norwich Optimist Corn Maze opens Saturday with Pirates and Princess Day.
“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent,” is one quote that helped Sheila Picknell during her recovery after escaping an abusive marriage and leaving a subsequent abusive relationship.
The doors will be flung wide open in Norwich Township on Sept. 23 as visitors from near and far are expected to take in the local Doors Open Oxford-Norwich event.
There may not be wedding bells, but there will be a tying of the knot as this year's Civil War Re-enactment at Otterville includes a traditional handfasting ceremony.
A group of Otterville residents has been given the go-ahead to keep working on their improvements to the banks of Otter Creek at the Otterville dam.
The cost of building in Norwich Township has gone up with the increase in fees for services from the building department.
There's so much activity jam-packed into this year's two-day Norwich Nostalgia Days schedule, it's difficult to know where to start your downtown adventure.
Everyone can be a hero just by doing what they can to help.
The pamphlets have been printed and are being distributed all across Norwich Township as invitations to attend this year's 150th anniversary celebration of Canada Day.
The building department is still booming with activity in Norwich Township – with almost $15 million worth of construction in the first five months of this year.
It isn't often that when giving money to a charitable cause, a donor is able to hear a firsthand account of how their donation has been used, but after a United Church of Canada pilgrimage to Kenya, the impacts of passing the collection plate are being shared close to home.
Supporters of East Oxford Central Public School are well on their way to the goal of collecting 1,000 bags of clothing during the school's latest fundraiser.
Call it guerrilla knitting, kniffiti or any other name, yarn bombing is coming to Norwich.
While it's still not official, indications are that the Masons of St. John's Lodge #104 in Norwich will amalgamate with the lodges in Delhi and Walsingham within a few months.
Staring down a pile of clutter in the basement, or wishing away a stack of unsorted receipts isn't going to make items magically fall into their place. But with a little help from someone who knows how to straighten things up, life can become much more simple.