Saying it’s too costly and discourages recycling, Windsor city council has voted 6-5 against implementing large item pickup.
Windsor’s mayor says holding the 2016 FINA World Aquatics Convention will provide the city with $1.5-million in economic spinoffs, at no cost to the city.
A report before Windsor city council asks councillors if they want the city to assume ownership and maintenance of a private cemetery in the city’s south end.
The Ministry of Transportation confirms plans to increase the speed limit along a stretch of the westbound Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Pkwy.
After two years, work on the Jakait Drain in Kingsville is finally ready to start next month.
The Ontario Provincial Police have shut down Division Rd. in Kingsville between Hwy. 3 and Road 5 after a serious single-vehicle accident.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is warning swimmers about a possible blue-green algae bloom at Hillman Marsh Beach in Leamington.
A 22-year-old Tecumseh man, charged in a fatal crash on the E.C. Row Exwy. Tuesday night is out on bail.
Even though he faced 12 charges under the Police Services Act, the Windsor Police Association says the hearing for Constable David Bshouty won’t continue.
Detroit’s Henry Ford Medical Centre is looking for up to 75 nurses at a job fair in Windsor.