Maureen Revait

Maureen graduated from Carleton University with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2008. Born and raised in Windsor she returned to the city and freelanced for two years before landing a permanent position with BlackburnNews.com. Since 2010 she's reported in Windsor, Essex County and Chatham-Kent.

Councillor Bill Marra officially announces his intentions to seek re-election as Ward 8 Councillor.

No Marra For Mayor

Ward 8 Councillor Bill Marra will not be running for mayor as many people suspected he would.

Defence lawyer Patrick Ducharme in front of the Ontario Court of Justice in Windsor. (Photo by Maureen Revait)

Lawyer Seeking Publication Ban

The lawyer for former Windsor Spitfire player Ben Johnson is looking to get a publication ban in place for evidence heard at the trial for one of two sexual assault charges.

Randy Hope during Mayor's address to Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce

Business As Usual With London

Chatham-Kent Mayor Randy Hope says any dealings with London will be business as usual after the resignation of London Mayor Joe Fontana.

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Man Dies From Burns

A 58-year-old man has passed away following a field fire in Lakeshore Sunday night.

Student Amanda Vojvodin looking for community support to help pay her tuition seen here in her IndieGoGo.com campaign video.

Student Looking For Tuition Help

A local Windsor women who has been accepted into a prestigious international arts management masters program is looking to the community for some support.

City Facing New Reality

Windsor’s mayor says the city and the region are facing a whole new reality now that we no longer have representation in the governing Liberal Party.

Construction site of the new multi-use recreation facility in Lakeshore, expected to open September 2014. (Photo by Maureen Revait)

MURF Fundraising Goal Met

The Town of Lakeshore is continuing to fundraise for the new Multi-Use Recreation Facility despite meeting its $3-million goal.