Sci-fi in London

Matchbox Pictures is hoping to use London actors in its upcoming sci-fi movie, Grey Matter, which is scheduled to being filming in the Forest City around the middle of April.

Matchbox Pictures going sci-fi with hometown flare

Having tackled the horror genre in their first two movies, the creative minds at London’s Matchbox Pictures are looking are moving into...

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Environmental assessment

Skylar Franke, from Food Not Lawns, adds her own touch to a piece of interactive art created by Sean Kaiser and Narcise Datura (not pictured) in honour of the launch of the London Environmental Network (LEN) on March 27. LEN is an umbrella organization currently working with 22 member organizations.

Network offers London an environmental umbrella

The London Environmental Network has been launched as a way to coordinate the efforts of 22 member organizations that each are working, in...

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Walk for Wheels

Volunteers, staff and guests laced up their walkin' shoes to raise money for Meals on Wheels London's annual Walk for Wheels event at Covent Garden Market March 27.

Meals on Wheels volunteers, a driving force

For over 1400 seniors and people living with disabilities all over London, Meals on Wheels has had a major affect on not only their diet,...

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James Cameron Willits

Second arrest in March 2 killing of 29-year-old man

Second arrest in March 2 killing of 29-year-old man

A second arrest has been made in the ongoing investigation into the March 2 killing of 29-year-old James Cameron Willits. Brandon...

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Awesome March

Ryan Hunt captured the $1,000 Awesome London grant for March with a plan for the DHMakerbus team to lead the Forest City in setting a world record for the creation of the world’s largest human circuit.

Awesome London winner aims for world record

Ryan Hunt is used to creating excitement using even the smallest pieces of technology, but thanks to Awesome London, he and the DHMakerbus...

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Supporting community need

London Food Bank co-executive director Glen Pearson helped launch the 28th annual Spring Food Drive with a media event on March 26. The drive begins the following day with London residents encouraged to drop off non-perishable food items at their local grocery store or fire station.

Poverty, food insecurity takes hold in London

One year ago at the launch of the annual Spring Food Drive, Glen Pearson talked closing the front doors at the London Food Bank and finding...

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Dream home

London's latest Dream Home is all about the details.

Warm and welcoming Dream Home changes it up

From copper canopy roofs to smooth glass doorknobs, what makes London’s latest Dream Lottery home truly special is all in the details.

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Police warn parents

London Police warn of possible child predator

London Police warn of possible child predator

A chilling incident has London Police urging parents to ensure their kids are following safe practices if they walk to and from school.

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NS students disciplined for online content

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