The Lucknow and District Chamber of Commerce have placed a landscape mural on Campbell St. in the downtown core area of Lucknow. The idea was first brought forward to the executive in September of 2020 to have two murals done. A motion was made at that time to pursue the possibility of commissioning such. Several locations were considered before narrowing it down to two locations facing each other. Read More Read the full story
The newest owners of a historic 19th-century home in St. Marys are opening its doors to the public for the first time this summer, but a glimpse into the past isn’t the only thing visitors will find inside the 140-year-old building.
Ontario is reintroducing capacity limits at restaurants, bars and retailers, and capping indoor social gatherings at 10 people in an effort to slow the spread of the Omicron variant.
A high death rate in a poultry flock tipped off a federal agency to a case of bird flu at a Thamesford-area farm, an industry group says. “The testing on those particular premises would have been initiated by a higher than normal mortality situation,” said Ingrid DeVisser, chair of the Feather Board Command Centre, an […]
A former London police detective has penned a new book on unsolved homicides in which he argues police alone aren’t always best suited to investigate cold cases. How To Solve A Cold Case, the latest book from best-selling author Michael Arntfield, a criminology professor at Western University, hits bookshelves on Tuesday. The 352-page book published […]