The absence of Oxford’s provincial NDP candidate from Wednesday’s election debate in Norwich was largely overlooked until a question was asked from the floor by a voter wearing a supportive party sticker.
Jennifer Vandermeer, Norwich Gazette/IngersollTimes
Jennifer Vandermeer is the multimedia editor for the Ingersoll Times & Norwich Gazette.
Laura Barker isn’t one to be fooled, so when she was surprised with an award at the Township of Norwich Chamber of Commerce awards night, it was a moment to remember.
Norwich resident Sarah Phelps said it was “an amazing experience” to be in on the ground floor of the selection of a limited release spirit to be released later this year.
There are a lot of factors that contribute to prosperity for small business, but aside from hard work, an important one is good economic policy, according to the president and CEO of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.
Approximately 35 firefighters from across Norwich Township responded to a fire on Norwich Road, just west of Middletown Line Tuesday.
The benefits of the Norwich Optimist Community Chili Cook-off are going to reach even further this year, with a twist in how the event proceeds are distributed.
There were lots of big smiles and handshakes at the Nor-Del Arena Saturday, Feb. 17 as at least 200 former Norwich Merchants players returned to home ice to take part in five alumni hockey games and the camaraderie that followed.
There’s a fresh new look inside The Upper Deck youth centre in Norwich, and the community is invited to come have a look at what’s been done, and what’s been going on at the 17-year-old centre.
Norwich Township’s Doanlea Farms is one of 20 recipients of this year’s coveted Master Breeder designation.
After a whirlwind world tour, Norwich Township resident Clair Doan has a renewed appreciation for what is distinctly Canadian in the agriculture sector.
There's no need to be afraid of a firefighter – despite how they may look and sound when they're decked out in their full firefighting gear.
The Township of Norwich has a clear focus for its future recreation needs with the development of a Parks Master Plan.
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.
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.