The death of Londoner Donna Awcock, a 17-year-old whose badly beaten body was found Oct. 13, 1983, near the Fanshawe Dam, remains one of the region’s most stubborn cold-case homicides. Awcock’s sister, Tammy Dennett, who’s organized an anniversary memorial walk Friday, spoke to The Free Press about the case and her sister, last seen alive the night before when she was baby-sitting for a neighbour on Oakville Avenue and ran an errand to a variety store, never to return. Read More
By Frank Jossi, Energy News Network
This story was first published on the Energy News Network and was republished here with permission.
A lack of state funding to help Minnesota homeowners clean up mold, asbestos and other hazards is limiting the reach of federal weatherization programs in the state, preventing some of those most in need from accessing benefits.
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Three London men face charges after police seized a handgun, ammunition and a stolen vehicle from an east-end home.