Local filmmakers working on a documentary about invasive quagga mussels in the Great Lakes discovered what’s believed to be a wreck of a 128-year-old wooden steamship in Lake Huron. Read More
You’ll soon be able to watch a London Knights game with just as many fans as in pre-pandemic times. Ontario’s government announced Friday it is lifting its COVID crowd restrictions on select indoor and outdoor settings, including concert venues and spectator seating for sports, as well as cinemas and theatres – that means packed houses […]
Dismal as the overall turnout was in London’s civic election, falling to an historic low of one in four voters, the numbers that helped decide who sits on the area’s two major school boards was even lower in some areas. Overall, about 25 per cent of eligible public and Catholic school supporters took part in […]
LFP reporters Randy Richmond and Jack Moulton are at city hall, where city council is expected to vote on the locations of the first three homeless hubs that will be opened across London – including the most contentious location, at 705 Fanshawe Park Rd. W., near residential homes in northwest London. Follow along for live […]
A new online tour — with upcoming mobile app — aims to help Southwestern Ontarians discover the rich history of Black communities here.
Huron OPP is investigating after a Howick Township resident lost $70,000 in investments that turned out to be fraudulent. The victim contacted police on Oct. 6 to report losing the funds in an internet investment scam between July and October. According to an OPP media release, the victim said they were contacted by telephone by […]
Perth County OPP said a 75-year-old Hanover woman died as a result of her injuries from a two-car crash which also left a man dead at the scene on March 31. Evonne “Bonnie” Bierworth, of Hanover died from injuries sustained in the crash just after 6:30 a.m. in North Perth, on Perth Line 86 at […]