The University of Windsor administration will continue to collect union dues, pay health care premiums and make pension contributions for faculty despite threatening to cut benefits at 12am.
Investigators are blaming a careless smoker for a house fire on Ferndale Ave. in Windsor.
Hydro One is reporting roughly 1,500 people are without power in Blenheim, Tilbury and Essex.
Canada’s self-proclaimed “Prince of Pot” is being released from a U.S. federal prison and will be sent back to Canada via the Windsor border.
The company that erected eight wind turbines near Chatham-Kent’s municipal airport is going to fight an order to have them torn down.
The Wallaceburg Red Devils and Windsor Clippers are moving past an off-court issue in their Junior B lacrosse playoff series.
The 3rd annual Fork and Cork drew record crowds to Windsor’s riverfront.
Windsor City Council is being asked to consider keeping the pool at Adie Knox Herman open, but it won’t come cheap.
Windsor’s Miah-Marie Langlois now represents Canada.
The City of Windsor’s first deadline day to pay 2014 property taxes is almost here.