The manager of operations of the Libro Centre in Amherstburg is projecting around a $300,000 savings in operations of the town’s recreation centre.
A forklift, involved in an incident which killed a 55-year-old Canadian Electric Coating worker last week, is being inspected.
The suspect in the shooting death near Clinton was arrested at Toronto’s Pearson Airport.
Ruthven’s three-time Olympic champion Meghan Agosta-Marciano has joined the Vancouver police department.
Two fires at virtually the same time kept Amherstburg fire crews busy.
The senior climatologist at Environment Canada predicts some beautiful weather in both Chatham-Kent and Windsor-Essex this fall.
A study by the Fraser Institute suggests police in the Windsor census metropolitan area are the third least efficient in Canada.
A woman who claims she was sexually abused by priest Charles Sylvestre is expected to begin her civil case in a London courtroom today.
With just over a week since election nominations closed, one Amherstburg mayoral candidate has withdrawn from the race.
Emotions were flying in Essex as the dedication ceremony for the replica Spitfire honoured everyone who served in the Royal Canadian Air Force.