Leave the brotherly love to Philadelphia, one city councillor wants London to strengthen its sisterly bonds with others around the world.
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The 31-year-old man wanted in connection with a fatal hit-and run in the city’s east end has been arrested by Six Nations Police near Brantford.
A 52-year-old man is facing a string of charges after failing to stop for Perth County OPP, a high-speed takedown that ended with officers deploying a spike belt to stop the speeding car.
London police have charged a man and a woman after a pharmacy robbery in the city’s north end Saturday night – the second prescription drug heist in the city in less than a week.
One man is in hospital, and another is facing charges, after a violent assault north of London Saturday morning.
One man is facing three charges, including one for careless driving, after a transport truck crash on Highway 401 near Chatham-Kent Friday night – the latest in a string of truck crashes along the busy stretch.
It’s fitting the expo for summertime’s quintessential family activity – camping and RV-ing – happens on Family Day weekend.
Ontario Superior Court Justice Thomas Carey has denied a Crown motion for similar fact evidence regarding the actions of a retired music teacher on trial for several allegations of sexual misconduct.
Londoners will pay more and wait longer for voting results in the fall civic election, the cost of becoming Canada’s first city to switch to ranked-ballot voting.
The guilt of a man charged with a horrific home invasion in which children were doused with pepper spray was not proven, a judge said Friday.