Local News

Oxford County Receives Nearly $5 Million in Provincial Funding

The Ontario government has announced some major funding for Oxford County for local community infrastructure needs.

Teens Injured in Single Vehicle Crash on Saturday Night

Three 16 year old teens were injured, one seriously after a single vehicle crash on Saturday night on Windham Road 12.

Police Seize Fentanyl and Cocaine in Simcoe

Three people are facing drug charges after the OPP executed a search warrant in Simcoe and found Fentanyl and cocaine.

Ingersoll Men Accused of Forging Food for Friends Cards

Three men from the Town of Ingersoll have been arrested for allegedly forging Food for Friends cards from Operation Sharing. 

Woodstock Gives Green Light For Pride Rainbow Crosswalk

A rainbow crosswalk will be in front of Museum Square following Woodstock City council's approval. It will be put on display during Oxford Pride Week later this year.

New Workshop Teaches Families How to Garden

A new gardening workshop will be happening at the Woodstock District Community Complex in February. Let's Start Your Garden will look at the basics of gardening.

Weather Advisory In Effect For Oxford County

Environment Canada says snow squalls have developed over Lake Huron and the strongest snow squall has now moved inland, moving slowly southward and affecting a line from Woodstock to Hamilton.

Snow Buddies Needed in Brant County

The program is looking for kids between the ages of 12 to 18 years old to help seniors and people with disabilities remove snow from the sidewalk.

Brant County Fire Department Reminds Residents Of Fire Safety

Residents in Brant County are being reminded to keep fire safety as a priority as the colder temperatures arrive.

Mark Schadenberg Named Acting Mayor Of Woodstock

Schadenberg was elected by Woodstock City council and he will take over the role from councillor Jerry Acchione.

LPRCA Issues A Flood Warning

Flooding is expected to impact the low lying areas of the Lake Erie shoreline and it remains into effect until 12:00 pm today.