Nathaniel Veltman has been on trial for the last month in a Windsor courtroom where he has pleaded not guilty to four counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder for the hit-and-run killings of four members of a London Pakistani-Muslim family and seriously injuring their nine-year-old boy. Our Jane Sims reports on the trial so far. Read More
Perth County OPP will be hitting the roads on the long weekend with a goal of educating drivers about seatbelt safety.
Although he died 2019, one Londoner’s childhood memories of surviving the Holocaust as an orphan in a Warsaw ghetto will live on. A book entitled The Smallest Hope is based on the experiences of Jack Klajman, longtime owner of Klyman Furs on Dundas Street, who survived the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto uprising. Produced through Azrieli Foundation’s […]
The Consumer Price Index report showed at least three per cent increases in seven of eight price categories, but gas prices propelled inflationary growth in June.
The Township of Huron-Kinloss’ economic development team has been chosen as a finalist for the Rural Excellence Award from the Economic Developers Council of Ontario. The Township received a congratulatory email in early December. The Rural Excellence Award aims to recognize a rural community with a population under 10,000 that is doing extraordinary work in economic […]
Fundraising for this year’s Terry Fox Run is underway. For the family of local high school student Jorja Scott, the mission is personal. “She’s been so strong,” said Jennifer Scott of her 17-year-old daughter, who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, the same cancer as Terry Fox, in February. “I was very shocked,” Jennifer said of the […]
The Harmony Centre in Owen Sound is celebrating its 10th year in operation with 10 free or by-donation events. The “Ten for Ten’ event series kicks off with a pay-what-you-can concert performed by world-class harmonica player Carlos del Junco and the Blues Mongrels on Nov. 5. The del Junco concert will showcase the Centre’s 700-seat […]