Around 150 growers, producers, suppliers and buyers gathered for the first ever Agri-business and Food Showcase in the region hosted by the Windsor-Essex Economic Development Corporation.
The Tigers open the American League Divisional Series on the road today against the Orioles in Baltimore.
Chatham-Kent police seized $15,000 worth of cocaine from a Wallaceburg residence on Wednesday.
The Windsor Spitfires are looking for the season’s first win as they host the Barrie Colts.
The early tomato harvest was slow, but recent good weather has helped farmers catch up, according to officials with the Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers.
Chatham-Kent police have made an arrest after a pair of church break-ins.
For a second straight day, school buses in zones 7 and 8 are cancelled.
A number of area farmers are asking questions about a new tax credit now in effect for donating produce to food banks.
A portion of Hwy. 3 could be closed for a good part of 2015 while it is being reconstructed.
Canada Post is transitioning around 5000 area residents from door-to-door delivery to community mail boxes in Fall 2015.