London native Shaedon Sharpe was selected at No. 7 overall by the Portland Trail Blazers in Thursday night’s NBA draft – a crowning moment for the city’s basketball community and the likely start of big things for the 19-year-old H.B. Beal alumnus. We’re so happy, we’ll even forgive the ESPN analyst who called London a “small town” during the broadcast. Here’s how fans and media are reacting: Read More
A mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic on wheels expected to visit London Thursday has been cancelled.
A London senior faces charges after an east-end shooting left a man critically injured, police say.
A London man faces impaired driving and other charges after a vehicle collided with a dump truck this week, city police say.
One of my professional goals from this past year has been to extend the reach of Business London within our community and to find new ways to share more local business stories with our loyal readership. I’m excited to finally introduce the newest way to consume your local business news: Business Brief. Business Brief is […]
Nineteen years after winning the 50+ Division at the Ontario Senior Games in Georgetown the Owen Sound Flounders defended their title at an invitational tournament – this time in the 65+ circuit. And the Flounders landed gold again. The Games took place in Peterborough on March 21 and 22. The Flounders put together a team […]