Would it surprise anyone that the man who has been turning heads by riding a unicycle around London in a storm trooper uniform was married on...
Knights head to Memorial Cup semis
The Knights keep the team’s pulse in the Memorial Cup alive after beating host Saskatoon Blades 6-1 in the tournament’s round robin...
Representing the Royal Scots Light Company, JP Faucher, Alex Legatt and Petru Obreja pose with OMMC Secretary of the Board David Stinson and Kevin Windsor, National Air Force Museum of Canada.
Members of the Organization of Military Museums of Canada (OMMC) made a stop in at the Royal Canadian Regiment Museum for a special tour of...
Vikings turn back Raiders to advance to soccer finals
It was a soggy end to the soccer season for both the H.B. Beal girls and boys soccer teams on Wednesday afternoon (May 22).
London favours practical culture (Phil McLeod column)
Of all the pieces that make up the puzzle that will ultimately represent the rethought London, culture might be easiest to support and...
Five Western University students including Steve Tallieu and Bhavin Prajapati made a big impression at a public health conference in Michigan earlier this month when they presented a healthy living app they developed as part of a class project.
A new app developed by Western University students may be just what the doctor ordered.
Ontario Deputy Premier and London North Centre MPP Deb Matthews (right), London-Fanshawe MPP Teresa Armstrong and Elgin-Middlesex-London MPP Jeff Yurek met with a small group of councillors on Wednesday (May 22).
Transportation, education, child care and arbitration reform were all issues council wanted to raise with the city’s three sitting MPPs, but...
Mother drove drunk, crashed with five kids in car: Police
A woman from Thames Centre is facing impaired charges after allegedly crashing a vehicle with five children in it Tuesday night (May 21).
Western Fair Farmers' and Artisans' Market general manager Bryan Lavery, MLHU public health dietician Kim Leacy and London Intercommunity Health Centre dietician Brianna Colenott hold Harvest Bucks, vouchers for fresh produce created for a pilot project Leacy coordinated.
After a successful pilot, a program aimed at improving access to fresh produce for those in London who need in most is growing.
Join teachers from Music for Young Children to learn songs, dances and participate in music-related...
A Caribbean retelling of the Little Mermaid story, this beautiful, family-friendly story follows...
May 25 - May 26, 2013. Register by May 21 Midnight at www.playon.ca/events/london.
Limited space is...
Golden Opportunity Assistance Dogs is holding a MASSIVE indoor yardsale with all proceeds going to...