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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Satisfactory grade

A report headed to the city's Audit Committee on Wednesday, April 29, gives the London Police Service budget an overall satisfactory grade.

Audit report gives police budget satisfactory grade

One of the most common cries during city budget debates are around the escalating costs of policing, however a newly released study is...

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A grand opening

Slavko Prtenjaca (left), owner and president of Creative Property Developments, and Patrick John Ambrogio, company vice-president, took the time to marvel at what they helped accomplish during the grand opening of the London Roundhouse Project on April 22.

Open house excites owners of London Roundhouse

The architects and construction workers built it, the team at rtraction became the face of it, but the two men most responsible for the...

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Earth Day dynasty

London Mayor Matt Brown's dad Brian and stepmom Laurel travelled from Toronto to see him address members and guests of the Canadian Club of London over lunch Wednesday (April 22).

London mayor hints at new global export plan

Whether you’re a teacher, the mayor or a boomerang kid, your dad is always your dad.

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Central Secondary's season got off on the right foot, shutting out Clarke Road 1-0 in TVRAA boys soccer action at TD Stadium on April 22.

TVRAA soccer season underway

It’s game on again for teams with the Thames Valley Regional Athletics Association.

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Patrick Brown: From long shot to front runner

Patrick Brown gets a high five from Kavien Thangathurai, son of dentist Dr. Sabesan Thangathurai, centre, at The Canadian Tamils’ Chamber of Commerce awards banquet at the Hilton Toronto/Markam Suites Saturday. Sister Oviya Thangathurai, left, and mom Vathsla Thangathurai, second from left, look on.

Patrick Brown: From long shot to front runner

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Rocking the park for five nights

The packed crowds at Rock the Park will be able to enjoy the music for five consecutive nights this summer if council approves a Community and Protective Services recommendation made on April 21.

Rock the Park wins support for five-day music festival

Rock the Park organizers have received an endorsement that could add an additional $75,000 to its fundraising totals this summer while...

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