Blue Devils Sean Campbell fends off a determined Hamilton defender in OJBLL action in London on April 18.

Blue Devils hold off late rally by Hamilton Bengals to post 15-13 win

The London Blue Devils kicked off the 2015 lacrosse season on the right note, defeating the Hamilton Bengals 15-13 on April 18.

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Habitat for Humanity Heartland Ontario board chair Linda Armstrong joins in celebrating with the Young family at the dedication of their new home on April 18.

New home, new future thanks to Habitat

The Young family is on the verge of proving that dreams do come true. In less than two weeks, this London family of five will be sitting...

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Cancer survivor Ian Sterling, veteran Relay for Life walker Tanya Calvert with her two children Xander and Vallory, as well as training walk volunteer Genevieve Bellegarde check out some of the 25,000 daffodils in bloom at the LHBA Cancer Survivors Garden on April 18.

Relay for Life tune-up

The annual Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life is fast approaching and to help participants prepare for the event, the organization's...

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Police investigate shooting

London police investigate early morning shooting

London police investigate early morning shooting

London Police are investigating after medical staff at a city hospital informed them of a patient who had arrived with gunshot wounds.

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Speed mentoring

Junior Achievement members Josh Lehman (left) and Daniel Dala chat — for eight minutes anyway — with Bob Siskind, one of the many Junior Achievement laureates who took part in the group’s inaugural President’s Luncheon, April 17, at the Best Western Lamplighter Inn.

Junior Achievement luncheon makes connections

Howard Rundle certainly knows a thing or two about educating young minds, but not typically while sitting across a table from them as a...

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Tragically Hip ocalist Gord Downie wasn't long in bringing the crowd to its feet during the band's stop at Budweiser Gardens on April 17.

Tragically Hip nail it Fully and Completely

For more than 30 years, The Tragically Hip have been rocking stages far and wide. On April 17, the iconic Canadian band rolled into the...

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Feeling defeated

Unhappy student protestors have their signs taken away by security after Western's senate defeated a motion of non-confidence in President Chakma.

Chakma survives non-confidence vote

Despite one senator’s assertion giving Amit Chakma a second chance should be a lot harder than simply remaking a burnt waffle, the majority...

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Injured workers solidarity

Supporters of injured workers took to Richmond Street on April 17 during evening rush hour as the protested outside the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.

Injured workers protest takes to downtown London

With brightly coloured signs and a literature in hand, a group of protestors took to the downtown April 17 to protest what one long-time...

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