Oneida Nation of the Thames is no longer asking residents to limit water use, but the First Nation community will remain under a state of emergency over fears water levels could drop again, officials say. Read More
An essential meal program for homeless Londoners downtown has returned after a two-year absence because of the pandemic. “We’re back downtown and that’s where we should be. This is our home,” Heather McNamara, co-ordinator of the Fellowship Centre at St. Paul’s Social Services, said Thursday. The first sit-down meal Thursday drew about 40 people, but […]
South Bruce OPP are investigating a collision involving a pedestrian at the intersection of Queen Street and Broadway Street in Kincardine.
The work of the region’s young entrepreneurs was on full display in Owen Sound over the weekend. The handmade products of more than a dozen students, from elementary to post-secondary, were being featured at the second annual Student Makers Market at Grey County’s Sydenham Campus on Saturday. Everything from hand-crafted jewelry and dog treats, Christmas […]
London-area residents no longer need to book an appointment to get COVID-19 vaccine.
An early Monday fire caused “substantial” damage to a portion of the Cargill poultry-processing plant in east London, fire officials say. Firefighters descended on the plant on Cuddy Boulevard about 4:30 a.m. after a number of employees reported heavy smoke in the building, said Kirk Loveland, platoon chief with the London Fire Department. “Upon arrival, […]
While most London-area schoolkids were hitting the books the first week of classes, a group of nature-loving high schoolers were on a lake preparing for a series of upcoming learning adventures.