A London man is dead and an apartment building shut until further notice after a fire this week on Oxford St. E.
LTC General Manager Larry Ducharme has been in the position for 16 years and with the LTC for 36 years.
Health care workers are rallying against wage freezes, cut backs and service privatization in a province-wide day of action.
An annual campaign to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS is looking to double its impact on the community in its third year.
Two London men are facing a slew of charges after police seized three stolen guns from their home.
A London man is dead as a result of injuries sustained in a fire at an Oxford St. E. apartment building.
Megan Walker of the London Abused Women’s Centre traveled to Ottawa to offer input into the creation of Bill C-36.
Fire officials say gasoline used to start a fire in a woodstove sparked the blaze that destroyed a garage.
Londoners are getting a sneak peek at the brand new St. Joseph’s Mental Health Care Building on Wellington Rd. ahead of the grand opening.
Those who rallied to save Lorne Ave. Public School are hoping the city will transform the site into a community hub for Old East Village.