The Leamington and Chatham-Kent mayors are holding a jersey bet over the playoff series between the Flyers and Maroons.
Windsor’s road maintenance crews and parks and recreation crews are hitting the streets today to fix potholes throughout the city.
The US and Canadian border agents will soon be sharing more information about when people cross the border.
More people who called the 211 Call Centre last year were seeking financial help.
Lakeshore is moving ahead with phase three of the Notre Dame St. reconstruction project in Belle River.
The Windsor Express tied up their NBL semi-final series at two games a piece after a 113-106 win over the Lightning in London.
Members of the CIS champion Lancers women’s basketball squad hope their success translates into a higher profile for women’s sport.
Belle River District Minor Hockey is donating $50,000 to Lakeshore’s $3-million Multi-Use Recreational Facility fundraising campaign.
The Essex and Kent Scottish Regiment’s Delta Coy Company is teaming up with The Job Shoppe to find reservists and war veterans work.
New regulations under the Safe Food for Canadians Act coming into effect this spring are going to have an affect on local importers and exporters.