London-area mass vaccination clinics can handle the 60-and-older crowd newly eligible for fourth COVID-19 vaccine doses, the city’s top doctor said, as provincial wastewater surveillance suggested virus activity is now almost as high as during the January peak. Read More
London patios soon could get the green light to serve more customers outdoors as outdoor COVID-19 capacity exemptions come to an end. A push from two city politicians to loosen capacity rules in London earned unanimous support from council’s planning and environment committee Monday night. “Having these opportunities, especially in the downtown core, I think […]
“We have a lunar occultation of Mars, we have a total lunar eclipse, we’ve got a meteor shower, a planetary conjunction, and some wonderful viewing opportunities for the northern lights, and Jupiter and Saturn.”
Police closed a county road west of London while firefighters battled a structure fire. Egremont Drive was closed in both directions between Arkona and Kerwood roads Thursday morning, the OPP said. Emergency crews were on the scene, but no other details were immediately available from officials. Fire crews from Warwick Fire Department were among those […]
Amid growing demands to get roofs over heads, a new year-round shelter for those sleeping rough in St. Thomas opens this week.
The London-area public school board is implementing a Low German pilot project at two school sites in rural Elgin County, an area that’s home to about 150 Mennonite students who speak that language. While Mennonites are often reluctant to send their children to public schools, the new plan is designed to “broaden support” for the […]