Ontario’s highest court has ordered a new trial for a London man convicted of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of a fellow contractor at a construction company Christmas party four years ago. Read More
York Developments has unveiled plans for two huge residential towers on London’s waterfront at the forks of the Thames River as demolition starts on a former government building on the showpiece lands. The developer envisions a $350-million development with two towers, each more than 40-storeys in height, that will be home to 800 units combined […]
Some members of Chatham-Kent council have been hearing from mayors in Ukraine as their country is in the midst of a horrific military invasion by Russia that has killed many civilians, including children.
The Ripley Wolves have been crowned regular season champions by points percentage, as the WOAA has confirmed the lost games will not be made up after the current lockdown ends. If provincial lockdown rules lessen at the end of January, the WOAA Senior league will begin its playoffs on the Feb. 4 weekend. By finishing […]
While wrapped up in a blanket to ward off the chill of the police cell block, Karl Hallman told a police detective he stabbed his friend 20 times to protect himself.
A car hit Walkerton’s main natural gas line Thursday, prompting a short-lived evacuation of residents, Brockton Mayor Chris Peabody said Friday. “About 2:30 yesterday a car up in our East Ridge Business Park struck the main gas line going into town,” Peabody said by phone. He understands the driver wasn’t injured. It remains unclear how […]
London hospitals will receive $17.3 million in provincial funding to help cope with pandemic-related expenses.