French immersion programs at the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board are expanding.
Windsor police confirm they have found both vehicles involved in a drive-by shooting at the corner of Howard Ave. and Erie St. Wednesday afternoon.
The cost of rebuilding Todd Ln. in LaSalle is going up, and the town’s mayor hopes the province changes it’s mind and pays up.
A Lakeshore man has had enough with freight trains speeding past his home at all hours of the night, awakening him from a deep sleep and he doubts he’s alone.
Using the Centre for Engineering Innovation as a backdrop, New Democrat candidates in Windsor-Essex say their party would introduce a new auto strategy in Canada if it’s elected.
The CEO of Auto 21 says it’s been a good run, but federal funding has run out, and the national research initiative will come to an end in March 2016.
With a federal election just weeks away, unionized in Windsor workers are calling for change this Labour Day.
A year after the City of Windsor erected a monument in Reaume Park, there will be a service to honour Canada’s peacekeepers.
Days before tens of thousands of children across Windsor-Essex head back to school, the Town of LaSalle is lowering speed limits near its elementary schools.
The Downtown Mission in Windsor is getting involved in the federal election campaign with a nationwide effort called “Vote To End Poverty”.