OPP say a sedan left the road and hit the overpass abutment and the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The eastbound ramp to Highway 401 from Culloden Road is closed for investigation.
There are currently eight cases in Oxford County and Elgin St.Thomas has two cases in total.
3,054 active cases remain in the province after 365 cases were reported today. One new death was confirmed as well and there were 40,968 resolved cases.
Users simply answer clinician-informed symptom and risk questions and the tool will then inform them right away whether it is safe to go school that day.
The survey will address issues such as physical and mental health, housing and addictions with proactive integrated strategies for children, youth and families who live, work and participate in the communities.
One person has died following a fatal collision involving a motorcycle and an SUV in Brant County. OPP say the driver of the motorcycle was travelling southbound and went into the northbound lane and collided head-on with an SUV.
For the second day in row the health unit is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 in the region. As it stands, eight cases remain in Oxford County and there are two cases in Elgin St.Thomas.
Effective immediately, only 10 people are allowed to attend indoor private and unmonitored social gatherings and only 25 people will be allowed to be at outdoor private and unmonitored social gatherings.
Ontario has 2,881 active cases after 407 cases were reported today. There was also one new death with 40,777 resolved cases.
Police say one of the men tried to break into a car on Adelaide Street behind a business on Dundas Street, before they were caught a short while later after fleeing the scene.
Norfolk County OPP executed a search warrant at a home on Ann Street on September 17th. They recovered what is suspected to be cocaine and methamphetamine, along with counterfeit money.
Woodstock Police say there have been seven occurrences that have happened around the city since early August, including at the dog park on Henry Street yesterday morning.
The public has until September 28th to complete the survey online.
The Dräger Live Fire Training Facility was officially unveiled in Woodstock today at the fire station on Parkinson Ave.
Every day thousands of people are going to drive through Woodstock and see a brand new restored wetland on the southside of the 401 between the Sweaburg and Highway 59 cutoff.
Woodstock Police arrested a 34 year old man on Wednesday afternoon after seizing over $7,200 in of Purple Fentanyl, Methamphetamine, Crack Cocaine and Cocaine along with $3950.00 in cash.
A motion has been put forward to offer a $10,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to an arrest. Woodstock Mayor says the City, Police and council are taking this matter very seriously.
The Province confirmed the biggest single day caseload of COVID-19 numbers since early June with 401 new cases. Locally we do not have any new cases to report today according to Southwestern Public Health.
The dog park on Henry Street is closed until further notice. Parks crew are at the park cleaning up sewing needles and nails that were found on the site.
One person from Huron East is facing a number of charges after being involved in two separate collisions after they stole two vehicles in the same day.
This year's event has gone online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. So far VON Sakura has 32 teams and 162 hikers registered and there is still time to register a team.
There are over 670 projects and 41 of them are in Oxford County, supporting improvements in areas through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership. These local projects will receive investments of up to $398,617.
The bottle drive will be happening all weekend in support of Todd's Dogs, after the popular food truck had all of their supplies and their brand new trailer destroyed by the fire at the Fairgrounds earlier this month.
Effective today residents in these regions can only have ten people indoors, and a maximum of 25 people at an outdoor event. Currently these restrictions do not apply to businesses like theatres and restaurants.
The Ontario Government has introduced a bill that would freeze rent in 2021 and extend the ban on commercial evictions.
At least 28 students at Western University have tested positive for COVID-19 and the school has suspended most non-academic activities on campus.
Brant County OPP were able to fill two dump trucks after seizing hundreds of marijuana plants today.
The right W/B lane of the 401 between Norwich Ave and Mill Road is closed after a crash today. Yesterday a cement truck flipped over on Drumbo Road and a serious crash on Longwoods Road in Thames Centre.
Ingersoll Town Council is looking for more public feedback as they look at five options on how to proceed with the proposed brand new Multi Use Recreation Facility after being denied Government funding.
You can book a sunset campfire at Snyder's Family Farm this fall as the popular tourism spot in Blandford-Blenheim looks at innovative ways to stay open and keep everyone safe during the Pandemic.
We currently have 10 active cases in the region with 8 in Woodstock. On the bright side we now only have one case in the hospital and they are no longer in the ICU.
Premier Doug Ford is expected to announce today that social gatherings will be limited to 10 people indoors and 25 outside for Peel, Toronto and Ottawa as the Province confirms 293 new cases this morning.
Taxable items can be things like toilet paper, toothpaste, laundry detergent and other essential items that all have tax added to them. The drive goes from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm tomorrow.
Woodstock City council is looking to fill spots on different board and committees and responsibilities would include providing advice and recommendations on a number city issues and prioritizing projects.
Briefs include a theft from a home in Blandford-Blenheim and one person charged with impaired driving in Tillsonburg.
The health unit wanted to get the message out as kids head back to school and we brace for a possible second wave.
The Town of Tillsonburg is looking to hear from residents as they start the 2021 budget deliberations.
Briefs include A 33 year old from Bayham arrested on drug charges after police found him laying on the floor of a local business and a truck window smashed in Ingersoll.
Three of the new cases confirmed this morning from Southwestern Public Health are from the City of Woodstock.
The playgrounds at Southside Park were not the only target of push pins and sharp objects on Monday. Police have released a description of a potential suspect.
It's the biggest single day total in 14 weeks after the Province confirmed 315 new cases today.
The Ingersoll Rotary Christmas Parade has been cancelled for 2020 due to concerns surrounding the pandemic.
Briefs include a diagnostic tool worth $15,000 stolen from a vehicle in Ingersoll, Catalytic converter taken from a business vehicle in SWOX, a trailer taken from Stratford and an impaired driver busted in Ingersoll.
Family members sprang into action after finding a 2 year old face down in the family pool yesterday afternoon performing CPR and saving his life.
Safe and Well Oxford is looking to find solutions to some of the biggest problems we face in the community.
Premier Ford has warned about the potential for Regional shutdowns if COVID-19 numbers continue to rise. SW Public Health says we can avoid this fate by working together as a community.
Norwich Township has five open spots for volunteer firefighters and they are hosting an information session for anyone interested tonight.
Nobody was seriously injured after a crash between a small moving truck and a vehicle on Dundas Street West near Ingersoll Road on yesterday morning.
Briefs include a stolen red Chevy pickup from South-West Oxford and a farm worker near Tillsonburg who had $10,000 in cash stolen from their bunk house while they were outside working.
The Woodstock Santa Claus Parade has been cancelled for 2020 with plans to return bigger and better in 2021.
The playground at the Southside Park had to be shut down twice yesterday after sharp objects were once again deliberately left in an attempt to injure children.
During the opening ceremonies of Canada's Outdoor Farm Show today, it was announced that Glacier Farm Media had purchased the site with the intention to keep the farm show in Woodstock for years to come.
We still have 5 active cases of COVID-19 in the region, including 4 in Woodstock.
We currently have 2,157 active cases of COVID-19 in Ontario after the Province confirmed 251 new cases this morning and another 117 recoveries.
VON Oxford has put the challenge out to the community to help them reach their fundraising goal for this years Virtual Hike for Hospice. Right now they have only hit 53% of their $80,000 goal.
One person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries after a crash between a cyclist and a truck at Whiting and King Street in Ingersoll this morning.
Briefs include a suspended driver and an unsecured load and an impaired driver found passed out behind the wheel in Woodstock, racing in Stratford, theft in Zorra Township and an impaired driver in Ingersoll.
Local Medical Officer of Health Dr. Joyce Lock says they are preparing testing centres for more people when cold and flu season arrives.
Norfolk County OPP say a 56 year old driver had to take evasive action to avoid hitting 5 teenagers who were playing a dangerous game of chicken in the middle of the road on Sunday afternoon.
SW Public Health will contact parents and guardians if a child, teacher or other staff member tests positive for COVID-19 at your child's school.
Briefs include a 19 year old driver suspended driver carrying an unsecured load and police found a man unconscious behind the wheel after getting tipped off about an impaired driver coming into Woodstock.
A community COVID-19 outbreak has been declared in London after 5 Western University students tested positive for the virus. The lineups at the testing centres in the City are very long today.
Premier Doug Ford says if the Province has to impose a second round of lock downs, they will look at a regional approach. He is also begging people to stop going to large social gatherings.
A long haul trucker from Woodstock will spend a month in jail after using his fast pass to sneak a man into Canada this summer.
A Woodstock man hit one vehicle and rammed a cruiser trying to avoid arrest on Sunday morning. Police eventually got their man and he is now facing multiple charges.
St. Thomas police have charged a 32 year old man from Woodstock on charges of luring a person under 16 and invitation to sexual touching.
A 29 year old man from Stratford has been charged with robbery after trying to get his stuff back and assaulting another man in the process.
Southwestern Public Health has confirmed two more active cases of COVID-19 in Woodstock.
The Province confirmed 313 new cases of COVID-19 this morning, the largest single day total in months.
A Woodstock man has been charged with impaired driving and possession of opioids after crashing his vehicle on Blandford Street with a child in the back seat.
OPP say a vehicle was travelling north bound, waiting to turn left into a driveway when it was struck from behind by another car that was travelling north bound. A passenger in one of the vehicles was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
You can purchase the cookies for $1.00 and all of the money will be donated to charity. All of the Tim's locations in Woodstock and Ingersoll have teamed up and are once again donating their funds to Sakura House and the United Way Oxford.
Southwestern Ontario Student Transportation Services says parents should get ready to find alternate options getting their kids to school this week as they're having an issue finding bus drivers right now.
Woodstock Police say children should look for vehicles when getting off the bus before they cross the road, while drivers should share the road and be alert of their surroundings.
As it stands there are two cases in Oxford County, both of which are in Woodstock, while Elgin St.Thomas still has one case.
After 204 cases of COVID-19 were reported this morning, there are now 1,848 active cases in Ontario. There was one new death reported today with 39,841 resolved cases.
The meeting will be held over Zoom and will include five items on the agenda. It starts at 7:00 pm.
Brant County will welcome two production companies to the area this month. The County hosted 15 filming projects last year, which included productions from HBO, Netflix and Disney.
Talks regarding the capital budget are set to begin on November 18th, while talks on the operating budget won't start until the new year.
There are now two cases overall in Oxford County, while there is still one case in Elgin St.Thomas.
There are 1,769 active cases in the province today after 232 new cases were reported. There was one new death confirmed and 39,717 resolved cases.
Residents in areas between Drumbo, Plattsville and others will be affected by the outage, occurring between 6:00 am and 10:00 am.
Ahead of the virtual run on September 20th, the Terry Fox Committee will be at the Farmer's Market for the next two Saturday's raising awareness for the event.
The Province of Ontario has a new web site to track COVID-19 cases at schools and day cares. It shows we have 13 cases of COVID-19 at Ontario schools and 56 reported cases at day cares right now.
Southwestern Public has released a daily checklist for Elementary and Secondary School students heading back to school next week.
Southwestern Public Health has reported the first new case of COVID-19 in the region since August 25th.
We currently have 1,657 active cases of COVID-19 in Ontario after the Province confirmed 213 new cases this morning and 124 recoveries.
Police have charged a 27 year old from Woodstock with two counts of careless driving causing death after a two vehicle crash in Zorra Township two weeks ago.
Briefs include a theft from a vehicle in Burford, resulting in the vehicle owner being hit by the suspect's car and two separate impaired driving charges in Brantford.
After an extensive search in and around Paris, the person was found by police in the Rest Acres Road area and brought back safely to their home.
The event will be online on September 25th, featuring live music, an online auction and motivational speaker and award-winning entrepreneur and author Paula Morand.
Briefs include a motorcycle stolen from a home in Norwich, a suspect chased away by a homeowner in Delhi and a break and enter in Delhi.
Motorists are being reminded to slow down in school zones and to watch out for the crossing guards as they work to get our kids to school safely starting on Monday September 14th.
Norfolk County OPP are once again reminding the public to only call 911 for emergencies after getting a call yesterday from an upset homeowner who didn't like their neighbours grass clippings coming onto their property.
Local resident Christine Byrne presented CMHA Oxford and the Oxford County Suicide Prevention Team with a cheque today after selling her hand made t-shirts.
Director of Education for TVDSB Mark Fisher explains how schools will look different when you send your kids next week.
It has been two weeks since the health unit confirmed a new active case of COVID-19 in our region. We still have two active cases, both are from Elgin County and both are in the hospital.
A 24 year old man from Woodstock is at the trauma centre with serious injuries after getting hit in the head by a large steel bolt at a construction site in Arthur.
We currently have 1,567 active cases of COVID-19 in Ontario after the Province confirmed 170 new cases this morning and 142 recoveries.
The funding will be invested through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership and will support more than 670 projects across Ontario for eligible farmers and businesses in the agri-food sector.
UPDATE: A post-mortem exam was completed on September 9th. The Huron County Major Crime Unit and the Traffic Incident Management and Enforcement Team continue to investigate and the Ministry of Labour has been notified to help with this investigation.
Briefs include one woman facing several charges after police found her with stolen license plates, a driver allegedly colliding with a parked vehicle before leaving the scene and one man from Brantford attempting to break in police cars in Woodstock.
Local Medical Officer of Health for Southwestern Public Health, Dr. Joyce Lock says it is completely normal to feel anxious about heading back to school during the pandemic and she recommends having open and honest conversations as a family.
A 37 year old from Woodstock has been charged with arson, assault with a weapon and 3 counts of mischief after allegedly leaving a trail of destruction on Sunday evening.
Southwestern Public Health has not recorded a new case of COVID-19 in our region since August 25th.
Police say a Kitchener man was 3 times over the legal limit driving through town on the weekend and couldn't tell the difference between a green light and a red light; A man from London was arrested after police recovered a stolen vehicle.
Andrew's Legacy has teamed up with the Kiwanis Club to donate 5 AED's this week at different locations in Ingersoll. They are also gearing up for the Smile cookie campaign next week at the Tim's in Thamesford.
A 10 year old child got sick at the Southside Park Skate facility on Saturday after ingesting edible marijuana. The kid had accepted jujubes/cookies laced with cannabis from another kid at the park.
Haldimand Norfolk MPP Toby Barrett and the Minister of Municipal Affairs Steve Clark were in Simcoe yesterday to announce over $3.1 million dollars to give people at risk of homelessness in Norfolk County a place to live.
Southwestern public health is warning the public about light blue Fentanyl and Carfentanil that are believed to have been the drug of choice in a number of recent overdoses.
We currently have 1,540 active cases of COVID-19 in Ontario after the Province confirmed 149 new cases today and 136 recoveries.
Todd's Dogs brand new trailer for events and all of his supplies were being stored at the fairgrounds which went up in flames last week.
Briefs include a RIDE program arrest of two people from London, plus police are hoping the public can assist with an investigation in Tillsonburg and police have made arrests in a single vehicle crash that happened in July.
The Terry Fox run is moving online this year with a virtual race. In Woodstock you can sign up now and start accepting pledges.
Four people, including two young children were rushed to the hospital with non life threatening injuries after a crash in South-West Oxford on Saturday evening.
The new CAO for Oxford County Michael Duben officially started work today. Heart FM was able to catch up with him for a couple of minutes to get his first impressions of the County.
Thankfully nobody was injured after a car drove through a home in Woodstock on Sunday morning around 2:00 am.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says it will be at least another 4 weeks before they loosen anymore restrictions and allow further businesses to reopen as the daily numbers continue to climb.
Southwestern Ontario Student Transportation Services, which includes Oxford County is warning parents to be ready to make alternate arrangements next week as buses may be delayed or even cancelled because of a driver shortage.
Parliamentary Education Assistant Sam Oosterhoff says kids will need to stay home if they are sick, even if it's just a runny nose, he also talks about the threshold for shutting down schools and how he feels as some kids head back to class this week.
It has now been almost two weeks since Southwestern Public Health reported a new case of COVID-19 in the region. We currently have two active cases and both are in Elgin County, however both cases are in the hospital.
The Province currently has 1,527 active cases of COVID-19 after confirming another 185 this morning and 119 recoveries.
Almost $20,000 is available from their donor legacy and community funds to support activities in the County in multiple areas, including education, arts and culture and others. The application deadline is on September 30th.
For the second year in a row residents of the Township will be able to purchase blue boxes with lids and rain barrels at half the normal price. The first 50 people using the drive through service on September 26th will receive a Colorado spruce seedling.
Currently some of the names include things like military battles, Mayors of Woodstock, as well as significant local citizens. They would be organized in alphabetical order or by the date of their death.
UPDATE: A post-mortem exam was completed on September 9th. The Huron County Major Crime Unit and the Traffic Incident Management and Enforcement (TIME) Team continue to investigate and the Ministry of Labour has been notified to help with this investigation.
Minister of Education Stephen Lecce issued a statement today on students returning to class.
A 72 year old woman was charged with fail to yield after a crash just outside of St.Marys
The Norwich Optimist Truck and Tractor Pull features lots of horsepower and fun for all ages
The committee for the new Ingersoll Rec Centre is considering more land options to host the centre.
Oxford County Council is considering ways to help Woodstock pay for security at the courthouse.
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Oxford OPP have confirmed that the deceased in a suspicious death is a 31 year old mom from Drumbo.
Union Gas is donating cash to help the local Fire Department spread their fire prevention messages.
Cruise nights are happening every Thursday this August at Southside park.
City Hall in Woodstock was the site of a protest aimed to raise awareness about an ugly situation happening in China.
The Friendly City will be well represented at an invitational skating event happening in Japan.
Parents are being reminded about the provincial curfew in effect for young people.
The Woodstock Fire Department reminds everyone to keep their 72 Hour Emergency Kit up to date all year long.
Post-mortem results in a sudden death investigation now has police treating the death as 'suspicious'
Police are livid after a deadly weekend on our roads claimed eight lives.
The Oxford Lions Club has made a big donation to support some local causes including Sakura House.
Police are reminding the public to lock your doors and roll up your windows after a rash of vehicle entries in Woodstock.
The family of a missing woman from Drumbo who is presumed dead are still searching for answers.
Oxford's own Upper Thames Brewing Company is looking forward to giving people a taste of what's to come.
Millennials may be easy targets for scammers due to snap decisions and a feeling of invincibility.
A woman was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after hitting her head while swimming.
The public is encouraged to keep their eyes out for a federal offender wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant.
Try to find ways to stay cool this week as Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for the region.
The dream is still alive for a home cook from Woodstock with aspirations to be the next MasterChef Canada.
Crowds were full all week long and they got to see some really entertaining ball with teams from across the Country.
Two women from East Zorra-Tavistock suffered minor injuries after a crash in Perth County.
Woodstock is getting ready for three days of fun, food, entertainment, and - of course - cows!
Teams from Innerkip and Tavistock will be making Oxford proud at the Canadian Fast Pitch Championships.
Environment Canada reminds everyone to heed special weather alerts as we remember the 1979 tornadoes.
Police are investigating after finding a deceased woman in a parked car on Canning Road.
The Move With Grace Dance Studio will be helping bus tables at Kelsey's in Woodstock to raise money for a trip to Spain.
The event is sponsored by the Tavistock Agricultural Society and will be taking place on Monday August 15th.
There are 11 awards up for grabs including the trades person of the year award and the community involvement award.
Woodstock Mayor, Trevor Birtch was invited to a San Francisco presentation to share what our community is doing to reach their goals.
They are hosting the tournament and having a silent auction on Saturday to help fund a trip to Nationals.
A hot car is no place for your pet, leave them at home!
Brant County OPP released the results from their Move Over Campaign.
The Under 21 Men's Fast Pitch Championship is heading into playoffs over the weekend.
Flavius Miron will appear in court next week via video call in hopes to schedule a bail hearing.
People of all ages are welcome to enjoy a viewing of the new Jungle Book movie tonight on an inflatable screen.
The Woodstock Rotary Club is getting ready for their 19th annual Dragon Boat Festival.
A 24 year old man from Woodstock charged with manslaughter will have another bail hearing this morning.
The changes to the Woodstock Transit system started on Tuesday.
The Perth County OPP have released their traffic statistics from the Civic long weekend.
A home cook from Woodstock is heading to Toronto in hopes of becoming the next MasterChef Canada.
A good portion of downtown Woodstock will be closed off to traffic this weekend as the City celebrates Streetfest 2016.
Players have committed and the roster is almost set for the Tillsonburg Hurricanes.
Canadian Blood Services is hoping for a better turnout today for their blood donor clinic in Woodstock.
Golf carts and batteries have been stolen from the Happy Hills Resort in Zorra Township.
A heat warning has been issued for the region with day time highs tomorrow expected to feel like 38 degrees.
A woman is facing serious injuries after a collision with a transport truck at a local grocery store.
Oxford OPP are investigating after a number of break and enters in the Village of Thamesford over the Long Weekend.
Police were tipped off about a possible drunk driver heading Eastbound on the 401.
The price of gas nationwide dropped about 0.7 cents a litre last week, to an average of about 99.5 cents a litre.
Club 33 has been a popular after school basketball program in Norwich for 17 years.
A meteorologist with Environment Canada is offering safety tips for anyone in a thunderstorm after a Tillsonburg man was killed by lightning earlier this week.
A 1972 Evinrude boat has been stolen from a driveway in Paris.
Local Roots in the Park was the victim of a break and Enter at Southside Park.
Police are looking for a man who did a gas and dash at the Husky in Dorchester.
A woman from Norwich was at the cottage when she realized she had won $50,000.
The quartet Rosie and the Riveters will hit the stage at Rose Hill Farm on August 5th.
The Oxford County Injury Prevention Team will be hosting summer day camps for kids.
The opening ceremonies for the 2016 U21 Men's Canadian Fastball Championship will take place on Tuesday August 2nd at 6pm in Tavistock.
Woodstock Spiderman will have a birthday party in Southside Park on August 6th.
Bullwinkles Eatery is going on a three week break and will reopen on August 23rd.
52 year old David Johnson is dead after he was struck by lightning Sunday afternoon.
The Annual Report for 2015 contains details about the city of Woodstock's crime rate.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario has taken Dr. Judi Marcin's medical certificate away.
The Chippewas of the Thames First Nation will be using the big canoe for community development and to teach youth the importance of working together.
OPP say jumping into bodies of water can be dangerous if you don't know how deep the water is.
The Norwich Otterville Lions Club disbanded on June 30th due to a lack of new members.
Woodstock Police officers say a food booth in Southside Park was broken into early Saturday morning.
19 year old Dustin Helmer-Taylor of Tillsonburg is facing numerous charges after OPP officers received reports of vehicle break and enters in his hometown.
OPP officers will be patrolling the waters this long weekend, looking for impaired drivers and making sure boats have the proper equipment on board.
The Woodstock Museum is currently displaying an exhibit featuring the 20 year history of the Woodstock Sports Wall of Fame.
The Otterville Library will be offering different activities for all ages over the next couple of weeks.
Woodstock Police say 19 year old David Andrew Lichty was safely located in London.
19 year old David Andrew Lichty has been missing since Tuesday.
17 people were charged with distracted driving in Ingersoll this week.
A bail hearing for a Woodstock man charged with manslaughter has been delayed for the third week in a row.
The OPP reports drivers have been getting slack when it comes to moving over for emergency vehicles.
The Salvation Army is asking people to donate to the food bank as their stocks begin to dwindle in the summer months.
A 24 year old man charged with manslaughter will be back in court for a bail hearing this morning.
One man has died and two other people were taken to hospital after a collision on Highway 24.
Environment Canada has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Oxford and Brant Counties.
The Woodstock Police will be targeting impaired and distracted drivers over the long weekend.
Mosquitoes in Perth County have tested positive for West Nile Virus.
Officer Striker visited the Heart FM Studios and this three minute video shows him in action.
Police are investigating after an overnight theft at a Stone Supply Company in Brunner.
The Woodstock Fire Department is getting ready to welcome a new Jr Fire Chief and Jr Deputy Fire Chief
A non profit organization providing shelter and support to pregnant and parenting women is looking for some help.
Oxford County Public Health is encouraging everyone to get tested for free as part of World Hepatitis Day.
Two people suffered major injuries during a crash at an intersection in Perth County.
Floral Occasions in Ingersoll are trying to raise money for the Canadian Mental Health Association of Oxford County.
Pittock is already booked for the Long Weekend and only a few campsites remain at other local Conservation areas.
A traffic analysis study has identified Zorra and East Zorra-Tavistock as a problem area for collisions in Oxford County.
This year's free Smoke Free Movie Night will feature the new live action Jungle Book.
The Beachville Museum invites everyone to come out over the summer and learn about our local history.
The East Oxford-Oxford Centre Optimist Club has a lot to look back on and be proud of as they say goodbye.
Woodstock Police were busy with break and enters, multiple pets left in cars, and are now investigating a suspicious person.
Oxford County and other rural areas in Southwestern Ontario will have better access to the internet in the near future.
Oxford County still has a burn ban in place.
Briefs include Grande Prairie speeder and a man who was woken up to the sound of his truck being stolen.
The grand opening of the Woodstock Sports Hall of Fame exhibit at the Woodstock Museum National Historic Site will take place on Thursday from 5pm until 7pm.
Oxford Junior Farmers will be hosting the 11th annual Embro Truck and Tractor Pull on July 29th and 30th this year.
Oxford OPP officers want parents and guardians to sit down with their kids and teens, to talk about potential dangers in their community.
Three women from Oxford County are in the mix to become the CNE ambassador to the fairs.
Jack de Keyser, and The Spoons will be among 30 different acts performing during Streetfest in Woodstock this year.
The 5th annual Memorial Ride for Tori Stafford drew plenty of bikers and community support on Saturday.
A quick response from firefighters helped save the Northdale Public School from burning down.
Police are investigating a death at Memorial Park in Ingersoll, at this time they do not think the death was suspicious.
Canadian Mental Health Association of Oxford has almost reached their $150,000 fundraising goal for 2016.