A recommendation for the city to give $1.7 million to businesses in downtown London and Old East Village to cope with homelessness may get some tough questions from city politicians, London’s deputy mayor says. Read More
Some lucky Londoners may discover a special piece of First World War history in their mailboxes in the weeks leading up to Remembrance Day.
City staff to work on virtual meeting policy
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.
Huron Hospice is still waiting for further information from their insurance company about the damage caused when the sprinkler system pipe burst on January 15 at the residence.
Ontario’s police watchdog is investigating after a man was fatally shot by London police behind a Richmond Row plaza Thursday morning. Police responded around 3:45 a.m. to a break-in near St. George and Mill streets, the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) said. An officer saw a suspect in an alley on Richmond Street, where there was […]