Exactly a decade ago this week, on Aug. 21, 2011, a tornado ripped through the beautiful Huron County town of Goderich, leaving behind a trail of destruction that’s unforgettable to this day. The London Free Press was there to document the fallout and the recovery – and here are some of the remarkable images of that natural disaster, which killed one, injured dozens and did an estimated $100 million-plus in property damage: Read More
A Bayfield-area woman who regularly walks on Bayfield River Road has gone out of her way to make life a little easier for turtles who cross the road to nest.
London Transit is pushing ahead with its plans to purchase zero-emission electric buses. At a virtual meeting Wednesday, London Transit Commission members approved a report outlining how the purchase of buses for a pilot project would unfold. Commissioner Tariq Khan noted other Ontario communities, such as Kingston, Brampton and Toronto, are embracing the move away […]
The Northern Tornadoes Project has released a report into Tuesday’s severe weather system that stormed through midwestern Ontario about 4:45pm Tuesday.
South Bruce OPP are investigating after they received a report of a fire along the rail trail in Greenock Township.
The Owen Sound and Inter Township fire departments have received 180 combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, which they plan to distribute over the next few weeks. The fire services received the alarms through Safe Community Project Zero, a public education campaign. “This donation of combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms will help our residents […]
London police have the legal right to require employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and disclose their vaccination status, says the head of the city’s police union.