Did someone squawk? Did they chicken out? Those questions come to mind in the wake of an arrest in the case of Ingersoll’s pilfered turkey pot pies.
Dan Brown, The London Free Press
I do a bit of everything for The Free Press. I edit copy, write columns, report, and blog on lfpress.com. I've been with the paper — which I delivered as a kid growing up in Poplar Hill — since 2005. My main passions are pop culture and local personalities, and I also do a weekly column about graphic novels. Like what you read? Got a beef? Send me an e-mail at email@example.com or tweet me at @DanatLFPress. I look forward to hearing from you!
Dan Brown Tweets
If you hate the twice-yearly ritual of moving your clocks ahead one hour in the spring and then back in the fall, you might not have long to wait.
The Ontario government has sacked the farmers on a board that negotiates vegetable prices with food processors, replacing them with a former politician, amid talks on the price of this year’s tomato crop.
Ontario’s farmers aren’t worried that the extended balmy streak we’ve had in the last week — which is expected to continue into next week — is going to hurt this year’s crops.
Out of the frying pan and into the freezer.
A Simcoe man who died in Westminster Ponds after a canoe tipped was studying to be a mechanic and enjoyed racing, a co-worker said.
A young London-area man has died from unknown causes while on vacation in Thailand. Mike Talbot, 28, was pronounced dead Tuesday morning in a hospital in Patong.
Extremism in Canadian politics is a bad thing. A proliferation of moderate voices is an intrinsic good.
Welcome to the new season, much like the old season.
The greatest victory of the Big Three parties in this country is that they have convinced Canadians there are no other alternatives at the ballot box.
It turns out the weather gods do have a sense of humour.
The political scrap over the Canada Pension Plan isn’t going Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s way, a new poll suggests.
Your grocery list is about to get a whole new look.
Avain flu has been found in the birds on a turkey farm near Woodstock, Ont., the federal food watchdog says.
Avain flu has been found in the birds on a turkey farm near Woodstock, the federal food watchdog says.
A man rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard on Lake St. Clair Thursday said he was walking over the frozen ice from Detroit to Toronto.
A two-year-old girl was found Wednesday morning after she went missing 14 hours earlier in a 75-acre cornfield in southern Ontario.
One Southwestern Ontario pork producer evoked the spectre of Soviet-style food lines as Russian President Vladimir Putin reacted to Western sanctions by banning Canadian meat and vegetable exports Thursday.
Judging by some ordinary voters’ reactions Thursday night, Tim Hudak’s real opponent may not be Kathleen Wynne or Andrea Horwath — but the Tory leader’s own profile.
A London motorcycle instructor is calling for more stringent regulations for the operation of e-bikes in the wake of the death Friday in Tillsonburg of an e-bike rider.