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London, Ont. looks to stretch another 50 years out of bridge to the downtown

Time and the elements have taken their toll on the Kensington Bridge that carries cars, bikes, and pedestrians eastbound from Riverside Drive to Dundas Place. Built in 1930, the heritage structure carries about 9,500 vehicles each day and serves as a vital ink to the core, according to downtown Coun. David Ferreira.

Sentencing for former teacher guilty of sex crimes delayed

Former London, Ont. high school teacher Dustin Epp, 48, was supposed to appear for his sentencing hearing Wednesday afternoon, but the matter has been delayed until next week due to health-related concerns and to give Epp more time to prepare his legal defence.

Huron County family picking up the pieces following house fire

Cassandra Carter and her family had just left their rented farmhouse on Cardiff Road, between Belgrave and Wingham, Ont. early Saturday morning, when they got a phone call. 'One of my cousins called to say he heard there was a fire on Cardiff Road, and it was ours,' said Carter while standing in front of her destroyed home.

History of stained glass artwork being preserved digitally

An ongoing project at Western University is working on preserving the intricate and detailed art work of stain glass windows across the country. It started during the COVID-19 shutdowns when Cody Barteet, an associate professor of art history, who was focusing on colonial Latin America research, needed another avenue for his work.

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