Despite skyrocketing enrolment at some schools in the London area, one in a Lake Erie village has so few pupils – now 105 – a plan is in place to keep its Grade 6 kids for two extra years to help offset falling enrolment. Read More
It’s high school hockey season! London’s Clarke Road Trojans played the West Elgin Wildcats out of West Lorne in varsity boys action at Argyle Arena on Monday. The Trojans won a low-scoring battle, 1-0. All photos by LFP’s Derek Ruttan: email@example.com
Mild temperatures and a lack of snow created challenges for local volunteers out hoping to spot their feathered friends during this season’s Christmas bird counts. Local bird count compilers reported that during the counts held across Grey-Bruce in recent weeks there was little action around feeders, while open waters on the bays and lakes of […]
The London Knights take on the Kitchener Rangers in Game 4 of their first-round OHL playoff series Tuesday night at Kitchener Memorial Auditorium. The Knights lead 2-1 and are looking for their third straight win since the Rangers won the series opener. LFP hockey writer Ryan Pyette is offering play-by-play updates here: * * * […]
It’s one of the London area’s largest and most diverse elementary schools, so much so it proudly proclaims on its website that it has new Canadians from all over the world.
A city politician already facing a potential formal reprimand from her colleagues drew the ire of city hall’s top bureaucrat after suggesting during Tuesday’s budget talks that details of London’s homeless issues were being kept from council.
SARNIA – Superior Court Justice Bruce Thomas called Sarah Thwaites’ death at the hands of Owen Clarke grave, bloody, and needless.