The London Lightning took game two of the NBL semi-final, beating the Windsor Express 82-81.
The Ontario Hockey League Coaches Poll 2013-2014 results are out, and a few Spitfires are being recognized.
A former University of Windsor economist says this region will benefit if the latest forecast from RBC is on target.
Essex MP Jeff Watson is surprised to see Jim Flaherty leave his position as Canada’s finance minister, but he’s confident in his replacement.
The Chatham Maroons can advance to the GOJHL Western Conference Finals with a win over the LaSalle Vipers tonight.
The efforts of three men in saving the life of a distressed woman are being formally recognized by the Chatham-Kent Police Service.
The City of Windsor is declining a proposal from local home builders to lower residential development charges.
A couple of upset Leafs fans took out their frustrations on a Windsor store window and now face charges.
Police are looking for a beer bottle brandishing thief that robbed a Windsor 7-11.
The Chair of the GESDSB is frustrated trustees are still waiting for a ministry decision on new schools in Windsor-Essex.