Daily Archives: June 11th, 2009

Ingersoll Fuzion Centre Opens Recording Studio

TOWN OF 11,000 PROVIDES GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ITS’ YOUTH…WOODSTOCK BUILDS AN ART GALLERY FOR RICH PEOPLE, LEAVING THE KIDS TO PLAY ON THE STREETS…AGAIN. The town of Ingersoll has opened a $100,000.00 recording studio in its’ Fuzion Youth Centre in order to help keep the towns’ kids off of the streets. The new studio will […]

Woostock Mayor Still fails To Comprehend Gallery Issue

WOODSTOCK MAYOR GLAD TO TAKE YOUR TAX DOLLARS TO BUILD A GALLERY FOR HIS ONE OR TWO GALLERY FRIENDS Woodstock Mayor Michael Harding is happier than a swine in pooh that we are about to all be taxed in excess in order for him to build a white elephant in the downtown core of the […]

OCPS Chief Calls It a Day

WOOSTOCK POLICE CHIEF TO RETIRE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER Woodstock Police Chief Ron Fraser has announced his retirement effective October this year. Ron has been with the local police service through many of its’ transitions. He began his career 33 years ago in Woodstock as a patrol officer, worked his way up the ranks into the criminal […]

The Next Contender For The City Beautiful Awards

A TYPICAL ABONDONED WOODSTOCK ONTARIO BUILDING LOT The nominations for the 2009 City Beautiful Awards are now open. Our first nomination goes to the property at the south-west corner of Chapel and Hounsfield Streets. In keeping with the City’s ongoing efforts to create more recreational green space the property has been landscapedto provide a natural […]

The Next Contender For The City Beautiful Awards

A TYPICAL ABONDONED WOODSTOCK ONTARIO BUILDING LOT The nominations for the 2009 City Beautiful Awards are now open. Our first nomination goes to the property at the south-west corner of Chapel and Hounsfield Streets. In keeping with the City’s ongoing efforts to create more recreational green space the property has been landscapedto provide a natural […]