London wants to do its part to clean up Lake Erie, but it’s going to need some government cash to make it happen fast.
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The loss of 340 jobs at a Tillsonburg wind turbine blade plant could be a harbinger of troubles ahead in Ontario’s green energy industry, a leading analyst says.
Tillsonburg is teetering on the edge of losing 300 jobs at one of its largest employers.
The charges have been dropped against all the men charged with possession and production of marijuana at a Norwich Township farm in the fall of 2015.
A senior leader is home on paid leave while the joint hospital board mounts an internal investigation into the president and CEO of two Oxford County hospitals.
A local teen has confessed on social media to his role in the case of a dead dog that was discovered frozen on the banks of the Thames River south of Thamesford on Dec. 27.
A horrifying discovery near Thamesford has police and animal advocates looking for clues as to how a dog ended up abandoned beside a creek to die.
You can grow it, husk it, and cook it with a quick boil or barbecue, but Oxford is also creating a whole lot of family fun with corn.
Paint shop employees at Woodstock’s Toyota plant were evacuated on Tuesday afternoon after a small explosion.
There are still more questions than answers in the death of 31-year-old Jessica Rowe.
After an agonizing three-day wait, the Oxford OPP have declared the death of a woman found on Canning Road, near Princeton, suspicious.
The death of a 52-year-old Tillsonburg man who was struck and killed by lightning is sending ripples of grief through communities in southwestern Ontario.
It’s a tale fit for a movie.
A Tillsonburg woman is facing child pornography offences after a week-long OPP investigation.
Darlene Kinnear is starting the slow process of rebuilding her life’s work.
She loved to cook and made gourmet meals, but often wouldn’t eat dinner herself until 10 or 11 p.m.
Norwich Township started using a new radar speed sign after hearing from residents that speeding remains a key issue in many areas of the municipality.
A long-time local employer is leaving Norwich, but its Phoebe St. facility won't sit idle.
A Tillsonburg man pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography on Tuesday.
It cost taxpayers more than $5 million to fight a deadly outbreak of bird flu that menaced Southwestern Ontario’s poultry industry this spring, documents obtained by Postmedia News show.