Not only did voter turnout improve across Ontario in last week’s provincial election, it improved in the five ridings that make up Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent
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The head of the union that represents faculty at the University of Windsor calls a message posted on the university’s website “disturbing.”
Police in Windsor have released the description of a man who allegedly scammed an 86-year-old woman out of $4,500.
Just as a social media campaign dubbed “Draft Teresa Piruzza” gains traction, Windsor city councillor Bill Marra plans to make a major announcement.
In the aftermath of a fierce lightning storm, small pockets of Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent remain without power.
The Ontario Provincial Police is confirming a fatal accident at a construction site for the Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Pkwy.
You could call it a close call for a man who had fallen into the Detroit River early Tuesday morning, and a lucky save for police.
A 20-year-old Windsor man faces a charge of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle after a vehicle struck a church in east Windsor.
A man and a woman suspected of human trafficking are free after a Windsor police investigation.
Windsor West MP Brian Masse is asking the International Joint Commission to investigate the proliferation of micro plastics in the Great Lakes.