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London’s 'coolest' store is back at its original location

London, Ont.’s 'coolest' store is back in a new form. Novack’s, a retail staple of the downtown for over 70 years, has been resurrected — albeit as an occasional pop-up store — in its original King Street location, and Londoners couldn't get enough of the nostalgia.

Novack's pop-up store is seen in London, Ont. on Dec. 4, 2022. (Sean Irvine/CTV News London)

Two rescued by firefighters after car overturns in London

Two people had to be rescued by firefighters after a car ended up on its side in central London, Ont. in the early hours of Sunday morning. Fire crews and paramedics responded to the scene on Riverside Drive, west of Upper Avenue, in front of Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

Firefighters rescued two people from their vehicle after a crash on Riverside Drive in London, Ont. in the early morning hours of Dec. 4, 2022. (Source: London Fire Department/Twitter)

Dung Ah Town Winter Festival resumes after wind delay

The first annual Dung Ah Town Winter Festival took place in downtown London, Ont. Sunday after high winds delayed the event a day earlier. Vendors, storytellers and performers from Black and Indigenous communities, along with people of colour came together to share their cultures.

Wind storm knocks out power lines, traffic lights and branches in London, Ont.

A strong wind storm caused by a fast-moving cold front resulted in power disruptions in London Saturday morning. The gusts took down power lines in multiple locations, including an alarming incident in a city park off Darlene Crescent, where a dangling power line made contact several times causing fiery explosions, cracking and arching of other lines.

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