Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau read to Grade 1 and 2 students at an east London school while campaigning in southwestern Ontario Monday.
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A pair of wild parties that attracted hundreds over the weekend have ended with eight more people being fined under the city’s new nuisance party by-law.
A 26-year-old St. Thomas man is facing half a dozen charges for allegedly throwing a brick through the window of a local homeless drop-in centre.
Businesses along a section of Dundas Street that has been torn up for five months won’t have to wait too much longer for the rumble of construction equipment to be silenced and orange fencing to disappear.
Four London men have now been charged after another man suffered a stab wound in the northwest side of the city.
Airshow London takes off for a fourth straight year at the London International Airport Friday with more than 85 planes on display.
An expansion project at a north London elementary school that will help get kids out of portables and into brick and mortar classrooms is slated to begin this month.
Provincial police are trying to track down a van driver who allegedly crashed into another vehicle and then sped away south of Woodstock.
The federal NDP leader launched his federal election campaign in London on Wednesday.
A new survey indicates many London area businesses intend to maintain their current staffing levels throughout the fourth quarter of 2019.