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RSS London

  • Plenty of 'hesitancy' over proposed drug-use facility: Woodstock mayor
    Woodstock Mayor Jerry Acchione is warning his council colleagues to brace themselves to hear significant concern from citizens at an upcoming public meeting about a proposed supervised drug-use site.
  • Crime Report: Missing girl found; teen charged in weapons probe
    A collection of police reports in London and across Southwestern Ontario London police search for missing girl London police were searching for a missing 11-year-old girl last seen in the city’s Glen Cairn neighbourhood Saturday evening. Police on Sunday made an appeal to the public for help locating the 11-year-old. She was reported missing Saturday […]
  • Ex-LHSC workers push for retroactive pay after wage freeze struck down
    Former staff at the region’s largest hospital are pushing for retroactive pay after Ontario’s wage freezing legislation was found unconstitutional last fall, an entitlement current workers at the hospital already are receiving.
  • Woman, 33, appears in court on murder charges in city's 7th homicide of 2023
    A London woman is facing a first-degree murder charge in connection with a fatal stabbing Friday morning in the city’s Manor Park neighbourhood. Christine Bishop, 33, made a first appearance in London court Saturday morning to be charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of a man the day before on Forbes Street, southwest […]

RSS Mitchell

  • Legion donates $30K in Catch The Ace proceeds
    During Legion Week, volunteers with the Mitchell branch of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 128 took the time to financially help others in the community. Partial proceeds from the legion’s popular Catch The Ace raffle draw were donated to two worthy projects – $20,000 to the West Perth Village seniors community and $10,000 to the […]
  • Father-daughter's Great Lakes adventure caps summer
    Mitchell’s Rick Cook made a simple, straight-forward post on social media a week before September: “When you ask your kid, ‘what would you like to do for the summer?’ The reply is to swim in every Great Lake. You jump in a truck and drive almost 2,400 km to make it happen. Many laughs, challenges […]
  • Perth County provides free updated road map
    For the first time in a decade, Perth County is launching an updated road map this fall, and the best part of all? It’s absolutely free. Perth County’s Geographic Information Systems team announced the map’s launch on Sept. 21. The updated map features county, municipal and provincial road networks, along with locations of important community […]
  • Land acknowledgement takes positive step forward in West Perth
    Perfectly timed before Canada’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30, West Perth councillors welcomed special guests during their recent council meeting as they continue to work collaboratively with indigenous ancestors and land acknowledgement. Jesse Britton, chair of West Perth’s heritage and culture committee, told council members sought to work collaboratively with First […]