This article was originally published in The London Free Press on July 10, 2004, as part of our Whodunit? series, reopening cold cases in the region. Read More
A father and son duo from Hanover packed a 1-2 punch at the Bruce Peninsula Multisport Race held in South Bruce Peninsula over the weekend. Cohen Martin, 17, crossed the finish line with the best time of one hour, 46 minutes, 19.3 seconds in Saturday’s race along the Suntrail course, which included a four-kilometre kayak, […]
A 50-year-old London man is charged with assaulting a pair of London police officers during a trespass call.
Local hospitals continue to work to manage the recent surge of COVID-19 cases, but staff are admittedly tired as the pandemic approaches the year-and-a-half mark. But there remains hope that there will be brighter days ahead as more people are vaccinated and cases wane. “I would say we have been managing quite well,” Judy Shearer, […]
The streets were lined and the crowds were out for Kincardine Pride 2022. The return of the event on June 25 was welcome to the community’s usual lineup of summer events, though the social importance of this one stands out in post-pandemic Ontario. “We’re still the only Pride Parade in Bruce County and the whole […]
A 35-year-old man is facing several charges, including assault with a weapon, after police say he wielded a 16-inch metal pipe and threatened another man near the Owen Sound Farmer’s Market. Multiple residents called police after seeing someone threatening a man with a pipe while shouting threats and obscenities as they ran through the market […]
Contracts worth a combined $2.35 million to offer programs serving the hardest-hit Londoners during the next year – including mental health and addictions treatment, emergency housing and hoarding programs – are up for political approval at city hall next week. All the funding comes from Ottawa and Queen’s Park, but flows through city hall’s housing […]