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9 Signs it’s time to replace your electronics

9 Signs it’s time to replace your electronics

    As we grow more dependent of technology it becomes harder to say goodbye to the devices we've come to love. But...

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For the love of non-profits

Melissa Power (centre), founder of For the Love of Laundry, worked with students from Brescia's Non-profit Organizations and their Environment course, including Shandi Anderson (left) and Terra Pasco, in putting together the latest free laundry event on Feb. 26.

Brescia students light up London laundry love

Suzanne Rajeh knows what it is like to be counting out those last few coins, deciding between doing her laundry and spending those precious...

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Budget approved

Council approved the 2015 budget during a special meeting Feb. 26. The average homeowner is facing a 2.5 percent tax increase, equivalent to about $63.

Council passes budget, 2.5 percent tax hike included

Council has approved the 2015 budget, and its 2.5 percent tax increase, but while there was none of the bitterness of the past four years,...

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Sweat for Strong Kids

Paul Way (centre), a YMCA of Western Ontario board member, is joined by Police Chief Brad Duncan (left) and Mayor Matt Brown at the launch of the annual YMCA Sweat for Strong Kids charity cycling event on Feb. 26. The 45-minute spin classes that make up the fundraiser are set for Saturday, April 11 at Covent Garden Market.

Pedal power key to YMCA's Sweat for Strong Kids

They may have left the spandex shorts behind, but Mayor Matt Brown and Police Chief Brad Duncan happily helped launch the YMCA of Western...

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While The Springs Restaurant' Andrew Wolwowicz (right) works away on the table across from him, Iron Chef student competitor Mandar Patil (left) is asked questions about the dish he is preparing.

Makin' bacon at Fanshawe cooking competition

It’s been said that bacon makes everything better. That sentiment was put to the test by some of London’s best culinary practitioners taking...

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Police investigate attempted robbery of teens

This is the car police believe was used by the suspect of an attempted robbery in London

Attempted robbery of London boys has police searching for man

London Police are asking for the public’s assistance after an unknown man is said to have approached two boys while they were on their way...

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Speak your truth

Jayme Archibald, 19, will represent the Forest City in Vancouver this spring when she competes against 40 of the nation’s best slam poets at the Canadian Independent Poetry Slam, part of the Verses Festival of Words, April 23 to May 3.

London slam poet wins chance for national honours

That Jayme Archibald won the right to represent London at this spring’s Canadian Individual Poetry Slam Championships is impressive on its...

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Vince Carriere lead the way for the JPII Jaguars with 21 points on the way to a 68-43 win over MTS in the TVRAA London District senior boy's AAAA basketball final on Feb. 25.

Jaguars win London District AAAA title, down Spartans 68-43

The JPII Jaguars have found out just how sweet revenge can be, defeating the Mother Teresa Spartans 68-43 on Feb. 25 to lay claim to the...

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