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

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Beating Leaves Teen In ICU

A 15-year-old boy is in serious condition with bleeding on his brain, and four suspects are in police custody after an assault on Marentette Ave. in Windsor.

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Feds Compensate Dainty Foods

Food manufacturer, Dainty Foods will get $1.6-million from the federal government to compensate for construction on the new border crossing to the United States.

Ekblad Headed To Summer Camp

Hockey Canada says the roster for Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek summer development camp includes Belle River native Aaron Ekblad.

Summer Weather Looks Normal

“Boy, when it comes to weather, normal is beautiful,” says Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips.

Better Training Needed At Polls

The man who organized the Decline Your Vote campaign in the provincial election earlier this month thinks election workers may need better training.

Vote sign outside of the Returning Office on Richmond St. in Chatham. May 27, 2014 (Photo by Trevor Thompson)

Local Voter Turnout Improves Slightly

Not only did voter turnout improve across Ontario in last week’s provincial election, it improved in the five ridings that make up Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent

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WUFA Doesn’t Plan To Strike

The head of the union that represents faculty at the University of Windsor calls a message posted on the university’s website “disturbing.”