The Salvation Army has made a conditional offer to buy defunct downtown drop-in centre Street Connection.
London Lightning Maurice Bolden stretches out to get the ball over Mississauga Power’s William “Bo” Harris during Thursday’s (Dec. 12) game at Budweiser Gardens.
The London Lightning broke a franchise worst three-game losing streak by beating the Mississauga Power 87-84 at Budweiser Gardens on...
A survey to be presented to the Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee on Monday (Dec. 16) says, among other things, that London residents feels more optimistic about the local economy than a year ago, but less confident in their city council.
Granted it took place prior to the closure announcement at Kellogg, but a new survey finds the community feels more optimistic about the...
The international cast of Beatlemania Revisited will take to the stage this Saturday (Dec. 14) at Aeolian Hall.
The look, the sound and excitement of The Beatles live performances will be re-created at the Aeolian Hall when a new, international touring...
The Clinic Notes, an ensemble of musically inclined LHSC doctors Maria MacDonald, David D’Souza, Kylea Potvin, Scott Ernst, Maria Parent and Michael Sanatani, went a-caroling at the London Regional Cancer Program Thursday (Dec. 12).
It was a performance Gail Harris waited a full year to see.
Toronto Star City Hall reporter Daniel Dale is shown in this undated photo. Mayor Rob Ford was slapped with a libel notice late Thursday for televised comments he made about a reporter, who said the remarks amounted to an accusation of pedophilia. Dale would not comment on his suit that also names Vision TV, which aired the Ford interview, saying an article he wrote for his newspaper would have to stand. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Toronto Star-Tim Finlan
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford sued for defamation by reporter
The driver killed in a crash early Wednesday (Dec. 11) was just 14, according to London police.
The driver killed after he wrapped a stolen pickup around a tree early Wednesday (Dec. 11) was a 14-year-old boy, according to police.
Cheryl Radford (left) and Kym Wolfe, two self-described "fiftysomethings" have written a book about some of the city's favourite historic watering holes, Barhopping into History, London, Ontario.
Some would be surprised Peter McGregor is credited as London’s first entrepreneur, opening a bar at the corner of King and Ridout streets in...
Bill Todd, chief fire prevention officer stands in front of what used to be the 217 Clinic on Talbot Street, St. Thomas. A fire that started around 4 a.m. Dec. 12 has destroyed the business, along with two others.
Four St. Thomas businesses on Talbot Street lie in ruins after two unrelated fires completely destroyed them in less than 16 hours.
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A Visit with St. Nicholas