On Monday January 31, indoor recreation facilities in the Township of Huron-Kinloss re-opened to the public with Public Health Safety measures in place. In accordance with provincial regulations, capacity limits at recreation facilities will be reduced to fifty percent including both spectator and non-spectator areas. “I’m so happy residents will soon be able to use […]
A local author and the first-ever captain of the Owen Sound Ice Hawks girls’ hockey team is spreading her love of the game to the next generation of female athletes. Jenna Prestidge recently released the first three books of what will be a six-part series entitled Rosie The Hockey Player. The children’s book series follows […]
Support our troops Retired Maj. G.G.A Mardling, and retired chief warrant officer L.B.A Harding, both of Chatham, and retired Lt. G.A.A Eagleson, of Ridgetown, are to be congratulated for their excellent letter to the editor Defend the military or risk defending oneself (Oct. 23). To begin, they are to be thanked for their service. Our […]
The boss is calling it a day. Brantford is back in play. And the Memorial Cup, finally again, will have an American sway.
The amount of COVID-19 genetic material showing up in London’s sewage is close to the all-time record and much higher than this time last year, but the virus is not hitting hospitals and long-term care homes the way it once might have.
Public internet use at London’s library branches – a bulwark of its services to low-income residents – was restored on Friday, nine days after a cyberattack crippled all systems and shuttered three branches.