Two teens face a raft of charges after several people were pepper-sprayed – and one shot in the head with a pellet gun – in the aftermath of a massive, 100-person party broken up by police in the town of St. Marys. Read More
“What we realized when we were doing the research with SHED Talks was that no one truly knows the farm better than the farmers themselves.”
An overnight blaze at a south-end barber shop was under investigation Tuesday as London Fire Department officials pegged the damage at $300,000. It was about 1 a.m. when firefighters were called to battle a blaze at a plaza located at 1775 Ernest Ave., which is just south of Southdale Road in the city’s White Oaks […]
Ontario’s police watchdog has released new information about a Sunday night crash it is investigating involving a variety store robbery and a subsequent flight from London police. The Special Investigations Unit was called in after a serious motor vehicle collision near Adelaide Street and Kipps Lane. Initial reports were that two people were injured, but […]
By John Flesher, Associated Press
A federal judge retained jurisdiction Tuesday in a dispute over a Canadian oil pipeline that runs through a section of the Great Lakes, rejecting Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s contention that the case belongs in state court.
The clash over whether Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 should continue operating raises issues “under consideration at the highest levels of this country’s government” involving a U.S.-Canada treaty and federal pipeline safety regulation, U.S.