Ron Tucker lines up a shot with a vintage Seneca 5x7 view camera.

All ages go old school at London Vintage Camera Show

It has long been felt that the advent of digital photography and its subsequent explosion into almost every facet of our lives would be the...

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Kevin’s Bacon Train performs at Beast in the East on April 25.

Beast comes alive in the east at Western Fair Farmers Market

The Confederation Building at the Western Fair District was rocking well into the night on April 25, the site of the first ever Beast in the...

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Tree plantings were another activity encouraged as part of the Clean and Green initiative. On April 25, eight-year old Maddy was one of those out helping plant 200 seedlings at the Graham Eco Park.

Clean and Green puts a shine on the Forest City

The Forest City has a little more shine and sparkle today thanks to all those who took part in various community clean-up projects recently...

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SuperDogs Captain Kangaroo clear the top bar of the high-jump challenge at the WFD Agriplex on April 25.

Doggone super day at WFD

You could say he Agriplex at the Western Fair District went to the dogs this weekend — Super dogs to be exact.

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Piece by piece

Starlim North America Corp. President Thomas Bruendl explains to MP Ed Holder and Mayor Matt Brown how silicone pieces are made at the company's London facility on April 24.

London manufacterer will use grant to expand its workforce

A London manufacturer will soon see its workforce more than triple thanks to a $4 million grant from the federal government.

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Open for business in SoHo

Hope Bailey, with the Planting Seeds Co., serves up fresh produce to Katherine Krige, along with Taryn, 10, and Rylie, 8, during the opening of the SoHo Street Market on April 24.

New street market to address SoHo’s food desert

When Cheri McLeod took over as president of the SoHo Community Association last Dec. 1, among the first things she did was ask residents...

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Got Goat

Students from Catholic Central High School have come together to raise enough money to purchase a goat for each of 48 families in India. The three-week campaign concludes on Friday, April 24.

London students buying goats for families in India

The CIA is often known for secretly becoming involved in the affairs of people on the other side of the world. In this case, however, that...

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Blue Devils veteran Brady Doxtator found himself the centre of the Pacers attention during Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League action in London on April 23.

Blue Devils pull out 11-10 win at the wire over Point Edwards Pacers

If character wins help build good teams, then the London Blue Devils are well on the way to laying down a very solid foundation.

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