Concerts. Public meetings. Political debates. Awards galas. Live theatre. Is there a more versatile space in London than Wolf Performance Hall? London Public Library officials are celebrating the downtown venue’s 20th anniversary and we’re looking back with photos from the LFP Archives from the varied events that have packed its seats over the past two decades: Read More
Classmates are remembering the woman killed in a crash north of St. Thomas as an aspiring teacher who was always thinking of others. Olivia Vaseleniuck, 22, died of her injuries in hospital after a two-vehicle crash on Ron McNeil Line near Highbury Avenue last Thursday, Nov. 18. The Education Students’ Council at Western University said […]
A new initiative is aiming to bring the community together to form a landscape and development narrative of what it wants Grey-Bruce to look like for future generations. The Sustainability Project, formerly the Grey Bruce Sustainability Network, has embarked on a project called Regenerate Grey-Bruce, in which it plans to have local people with various […]
The former executive director of the Toronto Summer Music Festival is taking over as general manager of the SweetWater Music Festival. SweetWater’s board of directors announced in a media release they’ve appointed Natasha Bood to replace outgoing general manager Paul Eichorn, effective June 6. Eichorn notified the board of his intentions to pursue a new […]
WHEATLEY – A Thursday night explosion devastated part of this small Southwestern Ontario town’s downtown core, an area where two toxic gas leaks occurred in recent months. In early June, 52 people were forced to leave 23 homes and 13 businesses after hydrogen sulphide – a toxic, corrosive and highly flammable gas – was discovered […]
The Perth County OPP are investigating two recent break-and-enter theft incidents, one at a local business and one at a home.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1 p.m. Saturday will officially open a new pedestrian bridge in Tara. The bridge replaces a car bridge over the Sauble River, which has been washed out since 1948 after a particularly hard winter and subsequent flooding, information from the local Rotary club says. There will be beef on a bun […]