For the first time ever, the high cost of energy is the number one issue among local companies as the region struggles to compete with jurisdictions that have much lower rates.
Tecumseh is set to receive just under $500,000 without even moving a finger.
A well-known agronomist has a warning for area farmers who baled hay early in July.
Someone in Windsor is now $1 million richer.
The city is looking ahead 20 years and planning for the future with three main objectives — more jobs, improving the city’s image and ensuring population growth.
Built around the same time as the Ambassador Bridge, 86-year-old Catholic Central High School is in need of a new building.
Essex Mayor Ron McDermott thinks de-amalgamation is a dead issue in his town.
Recent cool weather in southwestern Ontario has slowed development of some of the area’s staple crops, but for one of them that’s a good thing.
Instead of “biting at each others ankles,” Chatham-Kent’s economic development agency hopes a regional approach will come to fruition as Windsor ushers in a new CEO.
Bluesfest is pushing the boundaries of Windsor’s Riverfront Festival Plaza, as it’s expecting its largest ever crowd this weekend.