The OLG is issuing its second quarter non-tax gaming revenue to Chatham-Kent and Windsor.
The Essex 73’s are back in win column after a 6-3 win over the Amherstburg Admirals.
After several months without a contract, faculty at the University of Windsor have voted 65.8% in favour of a new three-year collective agreement.
Southwestern Ontario will be well represented as the OHL’s best play the Russian Junior National Team in November.
Minister of Public Safety Steven Blaney says the hit and run involving two Canadian Soldiers will be investigated by RCMP.
Ceremonial shovels hit the ground today to mark the beginning of the construction of the new St. Bernard School in east Windsor. The Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board recently received formal word of ministry approval of the land swap between the city and the board that will see the new school be built at Long […]
If the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation has a contingency plan in the event of a Caesars Entertainment bankruptcy, it’s not saying.
They’re not old enough to vote yet, but when they are, their teachers want to make sure they do.
The owner of Lakeshore Academy of Fine Arts wants to keep her studio inside a facility the town plans to close.
The Windsor University Faculty Association votes today on the contract reached with the University of Windsor almost three weeks ago.