Adelle Loiselle

Adelle has been a working journalist in first London and then in Windsor-Essex after graduating from the Broadcast Journalism program at Fanshawe College in 1994. She is a recipient of the 2007 Dave Rogers Award for Long Feature. Email her at aloiselle@blackburnradio.com. Follow her on Twitter: @ALoiselleNews

Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board Chair Barb Holland, January 28, 2014. (Photo by Mike Vlasveld)

Surplus Won’t Mean A Spending Spree

The Windsor Essex County District School Board may have turned the financial ship around with a $15.3-million accumulated surplus, but don’t expect it to go on a spending spree.

Blackburnnews.com Reporter Jake Kislinsky gets his flu shot at one of the Chatham-Kent Public Health's clinics.

Health Unit Not Concerned About Warning

The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is still urging people to get their flu shot, even after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a warning about it.

BlackburnNews.com file photo of Windsor police headquarters. (Photo by Jason Viau)

How PEACE Is Changing Policing

After three years, the Windsor Police Service says a community outreach program for high school students is changing the way minorities view officers.

PEACE Participants Graduate

The third class of the Police Ethnic and Cultural Exchange youth leadership program, or PEACE, graduate an eight-week course.

BlackburnNews.com file photo of Windsor police headquarters. (Photo by Jason Viau)

Update: Robbery At Motel

A 30-year-old woman now faces charges of robbery, possession of stolen property and forcible confinement after an incident at the Town & Country Motel on Howard Ave.