The town of Lakeshore is joining the city of Windsor in testing its wastewater for signs of the coronavirus.
A popular east Windsor Thai restaurant has not allowed a pending lawsuit to affect its business.
It took until the last minute, but a tentative deal has been reached between Unifor and Fiat-Chrysler, and Windsor plans to benefit.
A local holiday tradition is the latest casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Leger survey shows that 63 per cent of Canadians asked would get a vaccine if one is approved by Health Canada and is available to the public free of charge.
Police in one Windsor-Essex community are reminding residents that crime prevention is everyone’s business.
The University of Windsor’s reputation has improved, but a new survey from Maclean’s magazine says it still has work to do.
A Leamington man is facing numerous charges following a recent arrest.
Students at two Windsor-Essex Catholic schools may return to class Tuesday after a possible exposure to COVID-19 was reported.
Despite recommendations against big gatherings this Thanksgiving, many Windsor-Essex businesses will be closed or on reduced hours.