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An OPP cruiser at the London detachment off Exeter Road.

Move over, Grinch: girls caught fencing stolen Easter bunnies

Two culprits with barely an adult tooth between them received a healthy chewing out after they were caught trying to fence stolen bunnies on...

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Bike friendly

City staff and area business people joined together on Tuesday (April 22) to unveil the 15 stylized bike posts that have been erected along Richmond Row. The remaining 35 racks, designed by Western University student Tegan Moore, will be installed in Byron Village and Old East Village.

Earth Day highlights cleaner, and bike friendly, Richmond Row

At the launch of the 2013 London Clean & Green Program, Jay Stanford brought out a wheelbarrow containing 12,000 cigarette butts to help...

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London council chambers

A second information session for municipal election candidates is set for May 3 at city hall.

London candidate Q&A set for May 3

City hall is set to host a second information session for municipal candidates next Saturday (May 3).

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Keeping Kelly’s memory moving

Cyclists race at the Forest City Velodrome during the Mary Kelly Memorial 100 on Saturday (April 19).

Keeping Kelly’s memory moving

The Mary Kelly Memorial 100, held Saturday (April 19), is the Forest City’s Velodrome’s (FCV) toughest races for women. It’s no coincidence...

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OPP cruiser

An OPP cruiser at the London detachment off Exeter Road.

Criminal charges for London motorcyclist

A London man who wasn’t supposed to be on his motorcycle this spring won’t be seen on it again until at least mid-summer.

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Beth Roberts

Beth Roberts won a 2014 Buick Regal at the Western Fair District on April 16.

Regal day at the fair for London woman

A London woman has a ride fit for a queen thanks to the Winner’s Circle reward program at the Western Fair District.

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Taking up the challenge

Julie Ryan, ReForest London director of programs, helped announce the School Community Tree Challenge during a media announcement on Tuesday (April 22). The five-year project is calling on students to plant at least 300 trees within their school communities.

School community challenge will mean more Forest City trees

Thanks to a new collaborative initiative — and the hard work of thousands of students — school communities across the Forest City are going...

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Coupon contribution

On Monday (April 21), Coupons for Hunger co-founders Tonia Richardson (left) and Colleen Lindemann were at the London Food Bank where they dropped off the last of this year’s $20,000 worth of food donations.

Coupons for Hunger tops off donation to food bank spring drive

Even as the London Food Bank’s 27th annual spring food drive wrapped up on Monday (April 21), Colleen Lindemann and Tonia Richardson were...

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Cyclists race at the Forest City Velodrome during the Mary Kelly Memorial 100 on Saturday (April 19).

Keeping Kelly’s memory moving

Cyclists race at the Forest City Velodrome during...

Local boxer Deedra Chestnut trains at her father’s gym 4C’s Life and Boxing Academy. Curently Chestnut is getting ready for the provincial championships in May.

Local boxer goes round for round

Local boxer Deedra Chestnut trains at her father’s...

An interior view looking towards the rear of Christ Anglican Church.

Christ Anglican Church

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Mary Dalziel and Samantha Peco show samples of food art available at Outside The Box.

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27 Squadron cadets clean up the grounds of Ivey Park on Saturday morning (April 19).

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A mad dash from the sidelines marks the start of the 2014 Byron Optimist Club Easter Egg Hunt at Boler Mountin on Satutrday (April 19).

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