The Thames Valley District School Board has set a deadline for parents to confirm if they will be sending their kids to school in September.
Walker Environment Group is moving ahead with the Environment Assessment process for its proposed Southwestern Landfill.
Briefs include three stolen motorcycles in Woodstock in two separate thefts, impaired driver busted on Norwich Ave and job seeker from Paris who was scammed out of $500.
A virtual hub for youth, created by youth is available every Thursday through Wellkin Child and Youth Mental Wellness.
Premier Doug Ford is encouraging people to head back when you get the call as he is hearing more and more reports of people looking to stay home just to collect the CERB.
Over $9.7 million dollars will be invested in five projects in Brant, Oxford and Six Nations. In Oxford the money will be used to reconstruct the 31st Line in Zorra and Bridge 24 in Blandford-Blenheim.
We currently have 82 active cases of COVID-19 in the Southwestern Public Health region with 10 confirmed in Tillsonburg and 6 in Norwich. Two people remain in the ICU with the virus at hospitals in Woodstock and Tillsonburg.
Nobody was injured after a garage fire on Lansdowne yesterday afternoon. The road was closed for a couple of hours, causing major delays during rush hour.
Briefs include a 20 year old woman from Woodstock accused of pulling a knife on someone at a downtown patio, two men facing assault charges after getting into a fight and mischief charges for a 43 year old woman on Norwich Ave.