Alex Compton and Andres Mona // London, Ont. // March 19, 2024 One driver was taken to hospital with life threatening injuries following a crash in the east end this morning. A major collision involving a diesel spill has shut down Dundas Street near Kostis Avenue. Emergency services are on sceneContinue Reading

Quinlan Carnegie // London, Ont. // March 19, 2024 MMJC Radio is your destination for all things London and Western News. Today’s topics include  Listen to the March 19, 2024 newscast!Continue Reading

Shelby Paulgaard // London, Ont. // March 19, 2024 The Banff Centre Film Festival World Tour is coming to London this week starting Tuesday, Feb. 19. The tour covers 45 countries on seven different continents, and a selection of films from the festival will be screened Tuesday, Wednesday and ThursdayContinue Reading

Celeste Laube // Canada // March 19, 2024 Former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney is lying in state today. Hundreds are expected to show up to pay their respects. He was the 18th Prime Minister and served from 1984 to 1993. He died on Feb. 29. Dignitaries and members of theContinue Reading

Listen to Thursday’s local stories, from the ‘London Nooncast’ with Vanessa Boamah Vanessa Boamah | London, Ont. | March 23, 2023 Today’s news items include:Continue Reading

Amanda Mazzei // London, Ont. // March 23, 2023 Tree removal has started in the Old North neighbourhood at the intersection of Cheapside and Colborne. This is the first action taken after the city announced its plans to cut down roughly 40 trees near the intersection of Regent and FraserContinue Reading

Thursday afternoons are for ‘babies and brews,’ at Anderson Craft Ales Caelan Beard // London, Ont. // March 23, 2023 A growing number of breweries in Ontario, including Anderson Craft Ales in London, are offering events aimed at a new audience – babies and their caregivers.   Anderson runs “BabiesContinue Reading

Caelan Beard // London, Ont. // March 23, 2023 Londoners who own the city’s oldest homes can once again start apply for heritage signs with information about the original owners. The popular historical house-sign program operated by the Architectural Conservation of Ontario (ACO) is back-on after a 20-month break toContinue Reading