About 21,000 people with developmental disabilities in Windsor-Essex will no longer have to wait for direct funding from the province.
Windsor Police Services will extend the deadline for its Human Rights Project by another six months.
Tecumseh’s mayor says his community would love to host a new acute care hospital.
A farm house in the 900-block of Mersea Rd. 8 is completely destroyed by fire.
Chatham-Kent Children’s Services will not act on Quebec apprehension orders for all 128 Lev Tahor children.
The Windsor Lancers women’s basketball team is one of the big winners at the 9th annual WESPY Awards.
The Windsor Express are getting ready for game seven of the NBL Canada finals after a 107-88 game six victory.
The Windsor Essex Catholic District School Board hopes parents in its riverside family of schools are satisfied, following a public meeting at FJ Brennan high school.
Chatham-Kent police are looking for the public’s help in identifying a transport truck that ran a school bus full of children off the road in Romney Township.
The director of education at the Windsor Essex Catholic District School Board says it’s time the province approved construction on a new high school in downtown Windsor.