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.

Ontario Court of Justice in Windsor.

Pre-Trial Date Set

The man charged with attempted murder after attacking a 13-year-old boy with a hammer will have a pre-trial on June 19.

Potential For New Riverside Pool

The City of Windsor will not enter into discussions with the Greater Essex County District School Board to take over operations of the pool at Riverside Secondary School.

In this photo Windsor City Hall is seen. (BlackburnNews.com file photo. )

City Hall Architects Hired

A group of Toronto and Windsor architects will be coming up with the designs for the new City Hall building.

Tecumseh Deputy Mayor Cheryl Hardcastle, Mayor Gary McNamara, Councillor Joe Bachetti and Councillor Rita Ossington at the ribbon cutting for the new Manning Rd. pumping station. (Photo by Maureen Revait)

Pump Station Improves Capacity

The Town of Tecumseh is benefiting from three new major infrastructure projects in the area of Manning Rd. and Riverside Dr.

Attendees visit vendors for the 2013 edition of Art in the Park.

Art In The Park Tonight

Art in the Park at Willistead Park kicks off tonight with country duo Autumn Hill hitting the stage in the spirit tent. If you didn’t get your tickets early, don’t worry, organizers have decided to keep the ticket price at $15 when doors open tonight at 6pm. Marketing Coordinator Renee Pare says they are excited […]

Animal activists protest the Summer Circus Spectacular event at the WFCU Centre, July 2013.

Circus & Protesters back in Windsor

The WFCU Centre is hosting the Summer Circus Spectacular tonight and when event-goers show up they’ll be greeted with a protest of about 40 people.