While there was a slight bump in absenteeism among city employees last year, there was no real cause for concern.
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There was a new police chief in London on Monday, and she’s an 11-year-old, Grade 6 student from Louise Arbour French Immersion public school.
The first of London’s new red-light cameras has started snapping pictures, but tickets aren’t being mailed out to red-light runners yet.
Paul Cheng announced Friday he intends to run for mayor of London in the 2018 municipal election.
A Chinese man has admitted he was drunk when his SUV slammed head-on into a newspaper carrier’s vehicle in north London, killing its 60-year-old driver last November.
A jump in price has led London’s city engineers to pull their support for a bus rapid transit (BRT) tunnel beneath Richmond Row.
A new survey, commissioned by the downtown business association found most merchants are reluctant to hop on board the BRT plan.
In what could be the most historically significant Canada150 find in the country, a group of Western University students has unearthed dozens of Confederation-era tombstones at a London cemetery.
Nearly five months after a deadly blaze that claimed the lives of a man and his four young children in an aboriginal community southwest of London, investigators have determined the fire was set by one of the children.
Charges are pending against a motorcyclist injured in a serious crash in northwest London.