Over six days, several people noticed the blue recycling bin in or near the creek running north of Base Line Road.
A Tilbury woman faces a fraud charge following a months-long probe of an alleged misappropriation of funds from the United Way Chatham-Kent, Chatham-Kent police say.
Swedish furniture giant Ikea is opening a site in south London next month where customers can consult with experts and order home furnishings.
A national tenants’ rights group wants Ontario to bring back rent controls for all apartments and tighten what it calls “glaring loopholes.”
London police say they believe there may be other complainants who’ve not yet come forward after charging a man with fraud in connection with a complex door-to-door plot targeting an elderly homeowner.
For five years, Rodger Colmar has been the custodian at St. Anne’s elementary school in St. Thomas.
A dramatic increase in the number of violent incidents in Thames Valley District schools is at the core of a spike in teachers absences, according to one union official.
The Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League playoffs are usually fascinating.
An outspoken London doctor known for humanitarian efforts in Gaza is taking aim at a high-profile media commentator in a defamation lawsuit spurred by a social media post.
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