Michelle Both is a reporter for CBC London. She holds a master's degree in journalism and communication from Western University. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter at @michellelboth.
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As old barns disappear from rural landscapes, Ontario group launches census to track them
An Ontario non-profit group focused on preserving the province's disappearing old barns has launched a census to track them.
This London librarian is spreading the joy of reading with her passion for fashion
Linda Ludke has a special knack for matchmaking, but it's not in the world of romance. She's paired about 100 children's books with her quirky second-hand fashion finds.
Meet the artist behind Atlohsa's 2023 orange shirt
For London-based artist Stephen Maracle, reclaiming Indigenous teachings and culture is the inspiration behind this year's orange shirt design launched by Atlohsa in London.
Police in 2 southwestern Ontario towns appeal for help finding cowboy Pride flag thief
Police have released video footage from both Aylmer and Norwich showing a man wearing a cowboy hat as the latest suspect in a string of Pride flag thefts, but have not yet confirmed a link between the two thefts.
What inspires out-of-towners about London?
As municipal officials from across Ontario gather in London this week for the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) conference, CBC London wanted to hear what stands out to them about their visit to the Forest City.
This 7-year-old is taking action to clean up her neighbourhood and wants others to help
From stray food wrappers to cigarette cartons, a 7-year-old in London has had enough of garbage littering her neighbourhood. So, she decided to take action — and is challenging more Londoners to do the same.
Virtual addictions program in Thamesville shuts down due to funding issues
A Thamesville, Ont., organization says it's being forced to shut down its virtual recovery program because its been unable to secure sustainable funding.
This Holocaust survivor left a trove of artwork when she died. It's now on display in London, Ont.
Halina Czajkowska Robinson played a key role in discovering a cure to childhood leukemia. But she also left other treasures behind when she died at 94 — nearly 1,000 pieces of her artwork that are now on display in London, Ont.
Is too much screen time harming children? Western study finds link to anxiety, depression
A new report from Western University's faculty of education has found too much screen use is having an impact on children's mental health.
Teen killed after Glen Cairn fight was a 'super sweet' aspiring rapper, friend says
A 16-year old boy who died after a fight with a group of teens near King Edward Avenue and Thompson Road in London on Wednesday is being remembered by friends as a sweet kid who liked to rap.