Negotiations with the province on preserving horse racing in Windsor-Essex have hit a snag.
Several charges have been laid against two people from Windsor following a stolen vehicle investigation.
The hospital division of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) says the Ford government must deliver on its promise to curb “hallway medicine”.
A Windsor woman has been charged with several drugs and guns offences after police seized the deadly drug fentanyl.
The Quality Inn and Suites Amherstburg will be built at Simcoe Street and Meloche Road.
One person is out of their home after a house on Bedell Street went up in flames.
The WFCU Centre is turning 10 years old October 18.
The Tecumseh Skate Park has re-opened following vandalism on October 7.
The CEO of Aphria Cannabis in Leamington believes the price of pot could drop in the future.
The CEO of Aphria says his emotions were running “high” all day on Wednesday, the historical day in Canada when pot became legal.