Windsor’s Manager of Records and Elections warns against making any predictions based on turnout at the city’s advanced polls.
A Windsor property developer will have to pay a $100,000 fine for failing to comply with a Ministry of the Environment order involving asbestos at the old Grace Hospital site.
Police in Windsor say stunt drivers kept them very busy over the weekend with seven drivers charged for going at least 50km/hr over the speed limit on the E.C.Row Exwy.
Local hospitals are following Ministry of Health directives to put extra protocols in place in case of a possible Ebola case.
A new craft brewery is under development in Tecumseh.
Eleven local employers have partnered in hopes of helping students gain a better understanding of the local agriculture sector.
A couple of issues with Internet voting have popped up in Leamington.
Katie Omstead is the Chatham-Kent-Leamington Liberal candidate for next year’s federal election.
Organizers of this year’s Windsor Craft Beer Festival are pegging it a huge success.
The battle between the Ontario Government and the Beer Store is brewing as Premier Kathleen Wynne says “the work on optimizing assets is critically important.”