It’s not the tall ships festival, but Kingsville will be hosting one historic ship at its harbour this summer.
The Conservative campaign of Chatham-Kent-Leamington incumbent Dave Van Kesteren has set up its headquarters in Chatham, but it will be into September before a Leamington location is operational.
The OPP has reopened the Herb Gray Pkwy. tunnel at Todd Lane in LaSalle following a water main break.
Windsor police have yet to say who’s at fault during a collision with a cruiser and a pick-up truck.
The Bank Theatre in Leamington is getting a $162,000 grant from the federal government’s Canada 150 program.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit has rescinded its advisory for blue-green algae at Hillman Marsh Beach in Leamington.
A Windsor methadone clinic blames misinformation as to why some automatically assume they’re bad news.
Public school board officials don’t know how or if students will be impacted by teacher job action in September, but they say parents shouldn’t be worried.
The Conservatives in Windsor West have officially selected a candidate for the upcoming federal election.
The John McGivney Children’s Centre in Windsor is launching its newly redesigned child care program for kids between 18-months and five-years old.