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Nationals defenceman Derek Di Iorio steers Maroons Trevor Richardson away from the London net in GOJHL playoff action at the Western Fair District Sports Centre on Feb. 28.

London Nationals take two-game series lead with 5-4 win over Chatham Maroons

The London Nationals find themselves holding a two-game lead over Chatham in their best-of-seven Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League...

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Edie Ross and her grandson Austin Cameron spoon out samples of the Edgar And Joe's Cafe entry in the sixth annual OSC Chili Cook-off.

Adding some spice to a chili winter night in Old South

It might have been cold outside but there was lots of heat inside Wesley Knox United Church at the annual Old South Community Organization...

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Lightning forward Brent Jennings slams home two-points for London against the Mississauga Power in front of a packed house at Budweiser Gardens on Feb. 28.

London Lightning throw the off switch on Mississauga Power with 126-91 win

The London Lightning closed out the regular season in fine style, dumping the Mississauga Power 126-91 in front of another full-house at...

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Mission accomplished

United Way CEO Andrew Lockie and fundraising campaign chair, London Police chief Brad Duncan are joined courtside at the Budweiser Gardens by a group of dedicated United Way volunteers to officially unveil this year's campaign total on Feb. 28

Community key as United Way passes $9 million goal

It wasn’t easy, but ultimately the United Way London & Middlesex surpassed its $9 million fundraising goal for 2015 and the chair of this...

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For the love of non-profits

Melissa Power (centre), founder of For the Love of Laundry, worked with students from Brescia's Non-profit Organizations and their Environment course, including Shandi Anderson (left) and Terra Pasco, in putting together the latest free laundry event on Feb. 26.

Brescia students light up London laundry love

Suzanne Rajeh knows what it is like to be counting out those last few coins, deciding between doing her laundry and spending those precious...

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March 2 festivities

It may only be +1 C Tuesday, but it will feel like this.

London winter like a bad party guest that won't leave

Many people in the London area have a simple message for Old Man Winter:

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Budget approved

Council approved the 2015 budget during a special meeting Feb. 26. The average homeowner is facing a 2.5 percent tax increase, equivalent to about $63.

Council passes budget, 2.5 percent tax hike included

Council has approved the 2015 budget, and its 2.5 percent tax increase, but while there was none of the bitterness of the past four years,...

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Sweat for Strong Kids

Paul Way (centre), a YMCA of Western Ontario board member, is joined by Police Chief Brad Duncan (left) and Mayor Matt Brown at the launch of the annual YMCA Sweat for Strong Kids charity cycling event on Feb. 26. The 45-minute spin classes that make up the fundraiser are set for Saturday, April 11 at Covent Garden Market.

Pedal power key to YMCA's Sweat for Strong Kids

They may have left the spandex shorts behind, but Mayor Matt Brown and Police Chief Brad Duncan happily helped launch the YMCA of Western...

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