A COVID-19 testing site for schoolchildren and health workers that opened last week in London said Friday it is no longer offering tests to children because the province has changed COVID-19 testing eligibility. Read More
Grey Bruce Health Unit reported seven new cases of COVID-19 and 36 associated high-risk contacts Saturday. These cases were found across Grey-Bruce: Kincardine, 2; Saugeen Shores, 2; and one each in Chatsworth, Grey Highlands and Meaford. Now 34 active cases are being followed by health unit staff, on top of 350 high-risk contacts of known […]
A 30-year-old Woodstock man has been charged with several offences after a police cruiser was struck by a driver trying to evade a spike belt Friday morning. Woodstock police said officers who responded at about 10 a.m. to reports of a suspicious vehicle on Harford Street laid a spike belt to stop a fleeing vehicle. […]
The Grey Bruce Health Unit reports a least three more opioid overdoses have occurred in the region since an alert was sent out Sunday.
Police have a person in custody after a fatal hit-and-run collision Tuesday afternoon near Thamesford, Oxford OPP said. They did not identify the person, or any charges. Oxford OPP had asked for help earlier in the day to locate a vehicle with front-end damage after a collision on 15th Line in Zorra Township. One person […]
Home sales were about 15% lower in Grey Bruce Owen Sound in September, compared to the same month a year ago.
Rank-and-file members of the London police force are challenging the leadership of Chief Steve Williams, The Free Press has learned. The London Police Association (LPA), the union representing nearly 900 officers and civilian staffers, held a non-confidence vote on Williams this week. Tension has been mounting recently between a contingent of officers and the city’s […]