LOCAL LONDON NEWS

It breaks Marybelle Campbell’s heart to think she may never feel her son’s arms wrapped around her again....
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December 22nd, 2014
Shame Kassam hands one of 500 free turkeys over to a Londoner outside of Chapman’s Pharmacy on Dundas Street Monday. ...
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This Christmas, Marianne Trudgeon was able to sew clothes for the first time in 25 years....
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Police have identified the victim of a fatal shooting on a native reserve southwest of London as Carson Ireland. ...
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London’s historic roundhouse is already down a tech tenant before its renovated space opens for business....
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December 22nd, 2014
Kids today are growing up in a digital world, but Ontario schools don’t offer computer science courses until Grade 10 — none of them mandatory — leaving some teachers trying to fill the gap on their own. Meanwhile, experts and tech firms agree:...
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Quicker but sicker: That’s how patients will emerge from hospitals being squeezed by the new way Ontario funds them....
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Two trailers full of tires with a value estimated at $240,00 were reported stolen from a business on Ingersoll Street south early Sunday morning....
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Since 1996, the London Transit Commission (LTC) has been serving Cherryhill Village residents with a Community Bus Program, enabling them to enjoy a level of independence that wouldn’t exist without it, according to Alice McDonald, who uses a scoot...
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An arrest has been made in the case of a robbery from a CIBC bank in Tillsonburg, and a 24-year-old man with no fixed address was taken into custody....
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