Following up on a campaign promise to improve transparency at town hall, Amherstburg’s new mayor says all town policies and procedural bylaws are under review.
Police officers in Windsor are looking for a suspect after an attempted robbery near Shepherd St. E and Dufferin Pl.
The Essex Region Conservation Authority warns of the possibility of flooding in the southern end of the county and on the south and west shores of Pelee Island.
While social services departments across the province continue to experience software problems, the City of Windsor is keeping a running tally of how much overtime it costs the municipality.
A director at Leamington District Memorial Hospital admits uncertainty surrounding the future of the obstetrics unit is affecting staffing levels.
A prominent business on Walker Rd. for the last 46 years is closing shop, but it’s not going quietly.
A Windsor tobacconist who specializes in Cuban cigars doesn’t believe lifting the U.S. embargo on Cuba will change his business too much in the short-term.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit says this could be a rough season for influenza.
The Law Society of Upper Canada has frozen the accounts of a Windsor lawyer while it investigates allegations he mishandled client trust funds and altered accounting records.
The Ontario Provincial Police has reopened a section of County Rd. 46 after a fatal accident involving two cars and a dump truck.