Long-time municipal affairs reporter Gino Conte is retiring from the CBC after 40 years in the business.
Chatham-Kent Children’s Services is releasing one Lev Tahor infant from foster care, but with strict conditions.
Two people are in police custody after a drug bust in Leamington.
A moment of silence across the region marks the National Day of Mourning, commemorating those who lost their lives on the job.
Minister of State for FedDev Ontario says Ontario manufacturers at a disadvantage because of electricity prices, lack of skilled workers.
The Town of Kingsville will lay out regulations for companies looking to grow and process medical marijuana.
Windsor-Tecumseh MPP Percy Hatfield accuses the Liberal government of knowing for months there were problems with girders installed on the Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Pkwy before going public.
Leamington Council is making positive progress through the municipal Strategic Plan, according to Mayor John Paterson.
The senior director of healthy aging and mobility at Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare says a new 30-bed rehab centre will mean fewer patients will leave the hospital in frail condition.
The OPP is releasing the name of the man killed in a weekend motorcycle crash.