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.
Jennifer Vandermeer, Norwich Gazette/IngersollTimes
Jennifer Vandermeer is the multimedia editor for the Ingersoll Times & Norwich Gazette.
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 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.
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.
“Stay curious and ask questions.”
“Magical” is a word that comes up several times when trying to describe how it feels to participate in equine-assisted learning.
For 100 years, St. John's Anglican Church has stood tall at 23 Dover St., in Otterville.
Norwich Township needs to basically double the amount of money spent on roads if it is to keep the existing infrastructure in its current condition.
Two days worth of activities have been lined up to give residents and visitors lots to do during Norwich's annual Nostalgia Days celebrations July 3 and 4.
Otterville race truck driver Rick Verberne has turned his ride into a way to raise funds for the Thames Valley Children's Centre.
Unless you were flying overhead, you might not have seen the invitation Andrew McPherson cultivated into a Norwich field, but then it wasn't meant for everyone to see. It was meant for one person - Nicole Dykstra - and she saw it. And she said, “Yes.”
Property owners in the downtown areas of Norwich and Otterville can now access funds to help them pay for improvements to the outside of their business.
Abbygale Fleet is described as being incredibly caring and kind by her school principal, who is helping the students and staff at Emily Stowe Public School cope with the Grade 6 student's death in a collision on the weekend.
The framing of the new Norwich Township administration building is going up and it's providing a better picture of what the facility will look like.
There will be thousands and thousands of horsepower pulling into Norwich this weekend for the annual Optimist Truck and Tractor Pull at the Rettie Farm on Evergreen Street.
The new Norwich Township administration building is under way and despite encountering less-than-ideal soil conditions, things are progressing as planned.
Men's fastball is coming back to Norwich.
Details are coming together on a fundraiser for the Norwich family that lost its home to fire Sunday, March 16.
The Ministry of the Environment (MOE) has snuffed out the plan to burn the big wood pile on Norwich Road, west of Norwich.