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 Police Service cruiser.

Police Dog Bites Alleged Prowler

A 31-year-old man is nursing a dog bite and faces a list of charges after Windsor Police got a call about a prowler in the west end of the city.

BlackburnNews.com file photo of Windsor Police Services.

Second Suspect In Robbery Arrested

Police in Windsor have a second suspect in custody but continue their search for a third after two men and a woman allegedly robbed a 54-year-old man.

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.