After a week of speaking to downtown business owners and residents, the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association is ready to set its priorities for 2018.
Three companies will have to pay some hefty fines after a worker was hurt during the construction of Windsor’s South West Detention Centre.
With the provincial government taking action to send striking faculty at Ontario’s colleges back to work, officials at St. Clair College are confident students will soon return to the classrooms.
The Windsor Spitfires dropped a 6-3 decision to the Owen Sound Attack at the WFCU Centre on Thursday.
The Ontario NDP has blocked Premier Kathleen Wynne’s attempt to table legislation to put striking college faculty back to work, and end the longest college strike in the province’s history.
The OPP are looking for information after a dog bit into rat poison in a Kingsville Park.
The Bright Lights Windsor winter light festival is one you’re not going to want to miss, according to Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens.
An Amherstburg man is facing charges after allegedly stealing several vehicles last week.
Windsor police are investigating after a vehicle was stolen that contained a potentially volatile substance.
St. Clair College’s director of corporate communication says there is still hope the semester will be saved.