LOCAL LONDON NEWS

A group of downtown businesses is calling for a “sign amnesty” in an open letter to city hall....
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There was more than the usual buzz as London’s Ribfest kicked off Thursday in Victoria Park....
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City politicians tossed aside their vaunted London Plan to designate a heritage property in Old South that city staff and a heritage advisory committee said wasn’t worth saving, London developers say....
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Hundreds of Londoners flocked to Ivey Park on Thursday for London’s first Pokemon Go community event....
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Tributes will be paid at Purple Hill’s Country Opry on the weekend....
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Southwestern Ontario pea, pickle, tomato and sweet-corn growers are mobilizing to answer a provincial plan that would eliminate their collective voice when negotiating with vegetable processors....
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Fanshawe College is extending its global reach through a landmark partnership with a South American military school....
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A last-ditch attempt to stop an Oxford County wind farm, based on damage it will do to an endangered species, has run into a wall....
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First Nations youth launched into learning how to build a canoe for six months and on Thursday they launched “Big Canoe” into the water for the first time....
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Mayor Randy Hope believes an announcement of $180 million funding from federal and provincial governments will lay the groundwork for improving high-speed Internet access to rural areas in Chatham-Kent....
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