Windsor Police Constable Kent Rice is being acquitted of assault charges.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees wants to make poverty an election issue.
Lakeshore Fire is estimating a fire that took a woman’s life caused around $300,000 of physical damage to the property.
Forester Secondary School is closing at the end of June after 92 years in Windsor’s west end.
A number of Windsor residents plan to boycott Art In The Park next weekend, which the Rotary Club feels is unfair.
Residents living along Windsor’s riverfront will likely hear the roar of engines this weekend.
The president of Unifor Local 444 says the union has negotiated a contract with Chrysler Canada to create ten new jobs at a railhead in Windsor.
The Windsor Stars soccer team is getting ready for its inaugural campaign in the newly created League1 Ontario with the Stars’ first game set for Saturday in Toronto.
Union Gas is donating $500,000 to Lakeshore’s Multi-Use Recreational Facility fund in order to be able to replace a high-pressure underground pipeline on the property.
The Ontario Provincial Police in Lakeshore is looking for a suspect after someone stole two air conditioning units from a construction site.