Farmers who asked questions at a weather seminar on the final day of Grey Bruce Farmers’ Week were hungry for news they could use. Read More
Four Londoners are charged after police say they seized more than $300,000 in drugs and cash from homes and vehicles across the city on Wednesday. London police officers, working with the Ontario Provincial Police, searched five homes on Meadowgate Boulevard, Lysanda Court, Glenroy Road, and Elliott and Kent streets in London, police said. They seized […]
A 30-year-old Woodstock manis charged with several offences after a pursuit Friday involving several police forces. Two cruisers were hit by a vehicle that first eluded police in Woodstock and then was later tracked by police through Oxford and Elgin counties before two people were arrested southeast of Belmont. Woodstock police were the first force […]
Some of the youngest pupils in the Thames Valley District school board are using a new literacy tool to catch up on their phonetic skills after two years of pandemic setbacks. Pupils have started using “sound walls” that educators hope will help them after long stretches of online learning since March 2020, says Dawn Alward, […]
Keeping employees safe will soon pay off for thousands of businesses in Ontario. The province is announcing changes Wednesday to Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) that will reward businesses with good safety records. In the first installment, $1.5 billion in rebates will be distributed this spring to about 300,000 businesses, at a rate […]
Friday the 13th celebrations under sunny skies that drew thousands of people to Port Dover were marred by several motorcycle crashes, including one in which a motorcyclist died.