Corunna man’s charge upgraded to first-degree murder
The family of a woman killed late last year experienced a range of emotions after learning the Sarnia-area man accused in her death — and already facing a second-degree murder charge — had been rearrested and charged with first-degree murder. “I screamed,” a sibling said. “Cried.” A niece of the woman, whose identity is protected […]
Cami to its autoworkers: Ontario may ease COVID rules, but we’re not
The Ontario government may be easing its COVID-19 restrictions, but area automaker Cami Assembly is not following suit any time soon. Workers at the vehicle assembly plant in Ingersoll have been told General Motors still wants workers to be full vaccinated to stay on the job, even as the Ontario government announced it is easing […]
LFP’s most-read stories of 2022: No. 100-51
Here are the most-read stories of 2022 from The London Free Press and lfpress.com, from No. 51 to No. 100: 100. Kitchener Rangers upset hobbled London Knights in Game 7 OT thriller (May 4) – READ IT HERE 99. St. Thomas firefighter killed in motorcycle crash (July 29) – READ IT HERE 98. ‘Tough, feisty, […]
Teachers surveyed on ‘routine, pervasive’ violence in elementary schools
A teacher survey launched this week investigates violence and aggression shown by pupils in elementary schools, says the union representing 83,000 elementary education workers.
Pfizer-BioNTech bivalent booster shot approved for children ages 5-11
Health Canada reports that children ages 5-11 can now receive bivalent booster shots, protecting them against older and newer variants of COVID-19.
Londoner charged after ammunition, drugs found at fire-damaged home
A London man faces charges after handgun ammunition and more than $60,000 worth of drugs were found at a house that was damaged by a fire over the weekend, police say.