Memorial

A memorial to Addison Hall, 6, who died in hospital after being struck by a car that reversed through the entrance of the south London Costco Friday (July 25).

Vigil Wednesday for London girl killed in Costco crash

Supporters of the family of Addison Hall have planned a candlelight vigil for Wednesday (July 30).

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Raceway turns to flat track races

Raceway to host flat track races

Raceway to host flat track races

Put away the horses and bring out the horsepower. Flat Track Canada (FTC) is taking over the Western Fair District (WFD) Raceway on Aug. 23...

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Woodcrest

Ward 10 Councillor Paul Van Meerbergen, members of the London Home Builders Association and contributing companies celebrated replacing the roof at the inbuilding at Woodcrest Community Pool Thursday (July 24).

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Almost like a moving block party, the 20th annual Pride Parade snaked its way from the WFD to Victoria Park, capping off the week-long, Ride London Festival.

Large crowd shows support for London Pride Parade

It was anything but a sleepy summer Sunday afternoon in the Forest City with thousands of people flooding into the downtown to take in the...

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Local swim and dive clubs try to stay above water

Local swim, dive clubs try to stay above water with CGAC closure

Local swim, dive clubs try to stay above water with CGAC closure

Since the closure of the Canada Games Aquatic Centre (CGAC) in April, one local club is managing to stay afloat while another is quickly...

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Costco

Four people including two children were rushed to hospital after a car smashed through the entrance of the south London Costco Friday afternoon (July 25).

Costco crash: Girl dies, siblings remain in critical condition (update)

A woman and her two children are in critical condition after being struck by a car that “plowed” into the entrance of the south London...

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Canadian musician and songwriter Burton Cummings.

Clapping for the Wolfman as Rock The Park wraps up

After four days, 17 acts and 30,000 people, London’s Harris Park is silent once again.

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London fire fighters work to extinguish a fire in a vacant Calgary Street home on Sunday morning (July 27).

Fire damages vacant Argyle home

There would be no restful night’s sleep for firefighters stationed in London’s east end.

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